This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair, Powerchair
To get into the gardens you have a choice of three entrances. We came in from adjacent to the Blue Badge parking area. It was fairly level access once inside; albeit sloped in places.
Transport & Parking
Parking was in the Blue Badge parking area. From there it was a fifty metre walk into the Walled Garden. The parking area was confusing as the lines on the ground didn't clearly indicate where to park. Getting out of the vehicle you had to cross over a thin line of cobble like stones to get onto the main walkway. These were a problem for the manual wheelchair.
Four stars as once you get in it is easy to wheel around and see the beautifully kept gardens. The bright colours and carefully cropped lawns were impressive. There are benches dotted around if you want to stop for a while and admire the views. The grounds are set on an incline so you may want to stay toward the top end unless you fancy the push or climb back up.
There is an accessible loo in the nearby House of an Art Lover. It comes with the challenges of getting into the house and negotiating the corridor - see the separate reviews.
No staff were in evidence during our visit