Facilities & access

General

  • Free visitor car park, 250 metres from house
  • Historic kitchen tea-room, in the cobbled courtyard
  • Shop selling gifts, local products and plants, in the cobbled courtyard
  • Toilet facilities, in the cobbled courtyard
  • Over 400 acres of parkland, including five way-marked walks
  • Picnic areas, with benches provided, throughout the park
  • Dogs are welcome under close control, in designated parkland areas only
  • Audio-guide, featuring music from the Cobbe Collection, available from the house entrance
  • To respect the privacy of our tenant, please don't take photos in the house

Family & children

  • Family pack full of ideas and information, available from reception
  • Visit Wizard Wix’s Willow Warren, our children’s natural adventure area, 750 metres from reception
  • Baby-changing facilities available in the female and disabled toilets, in the cobbled courtyard
  • Hippychick infant carriers for babies over 6 months, available from house entrance
  • For information on buggy friendly routes, ask at reception
  • Children’s garden and parkland trail, available from reception
  • Two age-specific children’s house trails, available from house entrance
  • Children’s lunchboxes and highchairs available in the tea-room, in the cobbled courtyard

Access

  • Designated parking for disabled visitors in main car park, 250 metres from house
  • Transfer by staff driven buggy, available from main car park
  • Wheelchairs available from reception and house entrance
  • Adapted toilet with handrail and drop-down hand rail, in cobbled courtyard
  • Braille, large print guides and touch list details, available from house entrance
  • Alternative route to house entrance via Gertrude Jekyll garden
  • Three steps to the house entrance, wheel chair ramp provided
  • Partly accessible parkland with some rough and undulating terrain, grass and gravel paths, dirt tracks, cobbled courtyard
Trampers help open up the countryside for people with reduced mobility © Matt Batchelor

Trampers help open up the countryside for people with reduced mobility

Tramper vehicles

For those less able to walk long distances, try using a Tramper. We have one of these robust mobility vehicles available throughout the year.

Availability is limited, so booking is essential. To book a morning or afternoon session, or for more information about accessibility at Hatchlands, you can email us or call 01483 222482.

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