Lovely place - wish it had a changing place or even larger disabled toilets
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair, Powerchair
We researched Chatsworth and decided to visit despite it not having a changing place. A accessibility map was provided on entry which rated the garden path and showed which were unsuitable for wheelchairs. Inside the house the staff were great we when we were finished on a floor directed to the lift (some extra bits the general public do not see) and even kindly directed the rest of our party to when the lift would come out on the next floor so we could be reunited. They had hand held mirrors so my sister was able to view the beautiful ceilings without having to strain her neck. The disabled toilet was rather small , and there was no changing place. Overall the staff were lovely
Transport & Parking
Disabled parking closer to location
We asked where the largest disabled toilet was and found it rather small. I think I tourist attraction of this size and with the price of entry there should be a changing space.