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Mobility vehicles at Ashridge Estate

The selection of Powered Mobility Vehicles at Ashridge Estate
Mobility vehicles available for visitors to borrow at Ashridge Estate, Hertfordshire | © National Trust/Lisa Manning

For visitors with impaired mobility we have a selection of powered-mobility vehicles for you to borrow. (available from March 28)

Single-seater scooters and two and four-seater golf buggies are available to borrow from 28 March until end of October, Mon-Sun, 12-4pm (last departure 3pm). Vehicles can be collected from just outside the visitor centre and can be borrowed for up to an hour, weather permitting.

Due to limited availability, we do advise you to book in advance by calling the visitor centre on 01442 851227. We regret we cannot take bookings on the day over the phone or by email or at the weekends.

Getting around

There are two surfaced paths at Ashridge that are suitable for mobility vehicles. These are the Meadley’s Meadow track (0.8 miles) and Duncombe Terrace (2.5 miles).

You can take mobility vehicles out for one hour at a time; 12-1pm, 1-2pm, 2-3pm or 3-4pm (last booking at 3pm). Please book in advance by calling 01442 851227 to guarantee a slot.

All vehicles will be thoroughly cleaned between bookings. We suggest a donation of £5 to help with their upkeep. Thank you.

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.

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