Accessibility at Ashridge
Our mobility vehicles are currently unavailable. We will update this page when the service is running again. We’ve tried to make the outdoors as accessible as possible at Ashridge. Start planning your next visit today.
Planning your visit
We have two disabled parking zones on site. One is located in the main car park by the visitor centre and the other is past the visitor centre, opposite the café. It’s easy to find - just follow the signs.
There’s also a disabled toilet at the visitor centre. To find it, go to the front of the building and go round the side to the left. You’ll find the disabled facilities next to the main toilet corridor.
The Brownlow Café also has space for wheelchairs at the end of their benches. It’s the perfect place to enjoy a cuppa in the fresh air. Assistance dogs are also welcome on leads in the visitor centre and café.
There are several surfaced paths at Ashridge that are suitable for wheelchairs. This includes the Meadley’s Meadow track (0.8 miles) and Duncombe Terrace (2.5 miles).
If getting around is a challenge, we have a mobility vehicle service. This runs from behind café. There are two-seater golf buggies and one-seater scooters that have been adapted for off-road use available. The vehicles will start running again on Sat 4 Apr and finish on Sun 25 Oct.
You can take mobility vehicles out for 1 hour from 12-4pm (last departure 3pm). Booking advised prior to the day of your visit by calling the visitor centre on 01442 851227 to ensure a buggy will be available for you.