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We are guided by the Equality Act 2010 and while doing all we can to preserve this historically important building we take all reasonable measures to safeguard and cater for our disabled guests.


Abbots Grange is a Grade II* listed medieval property and by its very nature, presents a challenge from an accessibility standpoint. Medieval buildings were not built with accessibility in mind and occupants were smaller in the dark ages so doorways and openings tend to be much lower and/ or narrower.

Generally, adherence to planning and conservation requirements makes adaptations or changes to the ancient architecture unacceptable. However, where possible, measures are incorporated to ease access. The great news is that access for many disabled people is possible to many of the common areas including the Great Hall, Abbots Cell (the Bar) and Dining Room. For ambulant disabled, a single flight of stairs accesses our bedrooms and suites which are spacious and many which incorporate oversize walk-in drench showers.

Our more recently constructed Carriage Room, located in the Coach House building (separate to the main house), is set out with greater accessibility in mind. With only two steps up to access and all flush floor finishes to entrances, external patio, ensuite shower room and WC facilities. The grounds at Abbots Grange are set out with accessibility in mind with most areas able to be accessed without steps or abrupt changes in levels. Access to the main house from the car park and from the main house into the village is level. For more detail on specific room layouts please see individual room pages for floor plans and images. Please call us should you require further clarification and/or room specific details.