Disabled Traveller enjoys cream tea and stay at top hotel
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Walking Aid, Wheelchair, Powerchair, Mobility Scooter
Mallory Court country house hotel is a top 5* visit, always a pleasure to visit and enjoy, as we did on this occasion for a cream tea afternoon visit. PLEASE READ ALL OUR OTHER REVIEWS FOR MALLORY COURT If you enjoy historical hotels with gardens to visit, and wish to be spoilt with an overnight stay, then Mallory Court is the ideal location for you. It is close to Warwick castle, Kenilworth castle and Stratford upon Avon, so an ideal spot as you enjoy what Warwickshire can offer. This smallish country house is in our eyes one of the best hotels in the West Midlands, and an overnight stay is a delightful experience, especially if you can cope with a few steps, because the main house has no lift, and all rooms require that you can manage to get up some steps, but the bedrooms are beautifully decorated, and worth the effort. If you cannot use steps at all, the “The Orchard “ Facilities are ideal, as this complex does have a lift for you, with modern delightful bedrooms. We have reviewed one of the bedrooms for you to see and you will see how lovely the rooms are here. So do enjoy your afternoon cream tea with us, and remember to read our other reviews for our favourite hotel. OUR PHOTOS (Photo 1) The delightful historical Mallory Court Country house hotel (Photo 2) A ramp will be more than likely in place by the time you reach entrance (Photo 3) A warm welcome awaits you at reception (Photo 4) Enjoy a drink with us by the fireplace (Photo 5) Afternoon tea awaits you in delightful surroundings (Photo 6) Tasty and freshly prepared Cream Teas is a must (Photo 7) Relax and be pampered Although the main house is not really wheelchair friendly, you are able to see most of the hotels facilities in the main house, and if you can manage half a dozen steps, then the accessible bedroom is beautiful. (Photo 8) Granite passages lead you towards the bedrooms (Photo 9) Wooden staircases with a few steps lead upstairs. (Photo 10) Decorative carpeted hallway guides you to your rooms. (Photo 11) Welcome to you bedroom (Photo 12) Luxury awaits, in spacious, warm, cosy rooms (Photo 13) Take a seat and enjoy the garden views (Photo 14) Comfort at its best. (Photo 15 Wooden spacious wardrobe with plenty of drawers (Photo 16) The beautiful bathroom (Photo 17) Marbled surroundings (photo 18) Large beautifully decorated Walk-in shower
Transport & Parking
Parking is a little distance away from main entrance, but you may park and unload and allow disabled person to get out of car and be taken inside, before driver takes car away to park in the large parking areas.
A ramp will immediately be placed for wheelchairs to get into the hotel, and most rooms can easily be seen, with room to move around. There is no lift for the main and lovely house, but their Orchard rooms in another part of the grounds does have a lift for disabled room.
No actual disabled toilet, but the public toilet is beautifully decorated, with just about enough room for wheelchair, but we personally left chair just outside.
Always find them very polite, willing and helpful, and very attentive.