In this series of posts, each week we will be highlighting interesting places to visit that are Quingo Mobility Scooter friendly.
Each attraction has good disabled facilities and access and of course a tea shop. If you decide to visit, we’d love to hear about your experiences (with pictures is better) and what you thought of the attraction from an accessibility point of view as this will help shape future guides.
Run by the National Trust, this stunning house, the vision of Ferdinand Rothschild, was built in the late 19th century in the style of a Loire Valley Chateau. It stands in beautiful gardens, recently restored and enhanced to create a superb setting. Filled with important collections of art, furniture, porcelin and garden statues, it is a joy to visit year round, with many events and exhibitions too.
Assisted wheelchair access Non-assited wheelchair access Facilities for the mobility impaired Rest seats for the mobility impaired Accessible toilets Guide dogs allowed Cafe/refreshments on site Great British Accessible Attractions – In conjunction with SilverTravelAdvisor.com