Carden Park is committed to providing its services to people with disabilities.
We are dedicated to providing an enjoyable stay during your time with us and have a range of accessible facilities for you to use during your visit.
- concierge assisted parking
- six accessible parking spaces
- Lower access desks for wheelchair access
- Hearing loop availability in reception
- accessible entrances are available at the front of the hotel, the Carden Suite, the Shooting Suite, meeting rooms, Carden Spa, the Clubhouse, bedrooms and corridors
- accessible toilets are available in the reception area, the Carden Suite, meeting room stable block area and the Shooting Suite
- six accessible rooms are available, located on the first floor and the second floor
- Redmond’s Restaurant, The Vines and Jack’s Bar are accessible for dining
In addition we allow guide dogs to the hotel and we have a wheelchair that is available with prior request.
For full details please read Accessibility at Carden Park Hotel
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