Q. Can I book an adapted cabin if I have a disability that does not require the use of a wheelchair or mobility scooter?

Any guest who has a requirement for the facilities is welcome to book an accessible cabin. Examples of this could be a wet room with no steps or a larger floor space to store a mobility scooter or manoeuvre in a wheelchair.

Guests who do not require the use of the facilities should not book an accessible cabin.

If a guest books into an accessible cabin without a need for any of the adapted facilities, we reserve the right to request that the guest moves. This may be at additional cost if moved to a cabin in a higher category.

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