This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Mobility Scooter
National trust property that could and should do better
Transport & Parking
When you enter the car park the disabled spaces are on the left However you have to park side on to a steep hill, so it's very difficult to open and hold the door not least because the spaces are small
After you leave the car park you are guide to the wide path that goes down under the road you came in on. The slope has this modern soft grip surface which is great for my scooter, but for someone with a manual scooter it's going to be very hard todo. If there is someone controlling the scooter then fine, but just think of your weight going down and back up again.. When you get to the proper entrance to the garden national trust people go through, mere mortals have to pay £10 each no reduction for disabled. When we were there they had long queues Ok so you are in garden See anything els
All the staff are very friendly
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All was fine until I wanted to go to a lower level, just steps or grass slope so I went down that only to find more steps To get to the lowest level I could risk going down a steep slope but did,nt . Now of course I need to get out how to go up a grass slope, errrr, fortunately we were with friends so Roy push me up it. So it's a partial access