Perfect for accessibility
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Walking Aid, Wheelchair
Very well thought out for those with mobility and sight impairments. (Free) very knowledgable tour guide available
Transport & Parking
Very difficult to access by public transport involving a walk uphill on narrow roads from the bus stop on the main road. Own transport thoroughly recommended. Large car park with 3 dedicated disabled parking spaces near the entrance, although there are no markings on any spaces so parking is easy
Very tightly packed gravel in car park. Paved and flat pathway to the villa itself (very slight incline) Automatic wide doors at entrance All undercover with smooth, wide pathways around and above the site. Slight slope up to upper level very easily manageable Handrails throughout with glassed areas below Very well informed guides available to walk around with you who tailor their talks to the accompanying visitors (free) Tactile artifacts all around the villa All cased artifacts very easy to see Manual wheelchairs available for hire Benches available to rest on the way round.
One Accessible toilet Plenty of handrails Space to turn a wheelchair Alarm call bell Doubles up as baby change area
ALL staff helpful, friendly and knowledgable. I fully recommend a guide to help you to gain as much from your visit as possible
Anything else you wish to tell us?
There is a large cafe on site, easy to manoever around and with small but accessible balcony Helpful staff, food and drink delivered to your table. Weighted tables that don't tip when leaned upon if needing help to stand or sit Highchairs available for toddlers/small children Fully recommend Would definitely visit again