Glamping for groups is perfect in beautiful rural Hampshire! Experience a glamping stay in our shepherd’s huts and en-suite cosy glamping houses within a secluded countryside meadow.

Plan a family or group gathering, a reunion, or family get together here at Wallops Wood. We offer glamping for groups such as families and friends getting together, birthday and anniversary celebrations, reunions, and hen weekends.

9 Shepherd’s Huts accommodate up to 23 people, and each sleeps between 2 and 5 people. Included are woodburning stoves, wood supply, fire pit, cooking equipment and except for Tiny Tin, a small kitchen area. Tiny Tin sleeps 2 and can only be booked with another hut.

Book Shepherd’s Huts with wood-fired hot tubs; Butser and Old Winchester, what’s more, St Bride’s and The Wriggly Inn both have en-suite facilities.

The Wash Hut is for guests staying in Shepherd’s Huts without en-suite facilities, and comprises two washrooms with shower and composting toilet.

Bring your dog as we’re a dog-friendly site. Up to 2 dogs are welcome at each Shepherd’s Hut and receive a Doggy Welcome Hamper including a new toy!

Cook Breakfast on the campfire, and enjoy a First Night Supper to heat up on the woodburning stove for a delicious evening meal under the stars. Pre-order Breakfast ingredients and Suppers, here.

Discover our rural location in Hampshire, only an hour from London, and perfect for glamping for groups and family gatherings. Explore the beautiful South Downs National Park with its many walking and cycling trails and so much to do in the area. Walk the routes in our Walks leaflet and local walking trails the South Downs Way or Wayfarers’ Way. Or simply relax in our beautiful meadow which is surrounded by ancient woodland.

Book a holiday to remember in our beautiful vintage shepherd’s huts.

Tiny tin with The Wriggly Inn on the meadow at Wallops Wood on a sunny summer day, blue sky and fluffy white clouds, long grass in foreground
Campfire with tripod and large black kettle, log seating, picnic table and director's chair, double open doors to Barrow seen from the side, and the view of Beacon and Little Sheepwash shepherd's huts on the meadow