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Accesible Accommodation on the Chatsworth Estate

Here at Devonshire Hotels & Restaurants we understand the importance of making sure that each and every guest feels welcomed and comfortable while visiting us. Therefore, we are delighted to offer below our accesible accommodation. For any further information please get in touch with our reservations team on 01756 718111 or simply email res@devonshirehotels.co.uk. Please note to book one of the below rooms you must state that an accessible room is required; and there is no guarantee an accessible room shall be allocated to you if you book online.

The Devonshire Arms at Beeley 

Our accesible room at 1 Devonshire Square, run by The Devonshire Arms at Beeley is called Ashop, and features a spacious bedroom complete with ensuite. The ensuite briefly comprises: A wet room with walk in shower with grab rails and seat, wash basin at wheelchair accessible height, and toilet with grab rails and back rest. Click here for more information.

The Cavendish at Baslow

Featuring two ground floor fully accesible bedrooms with level access throughout. The hallway route to the bedroom has oak flooring and a narrowest width of 1300mm – 2300m widest width. The ground floor doorways are 910mm wide.

The toilet has handrails with 300mm at the side of the toilet. The toilet seat is 440mm high. The wash-hand basin is 740m high. It has lever operated taps and space underneath with no pedestal. The bathroom has an emergency call system. The wardrobe and drawers have accessible handles and pull down rails. The en-suite bathroom has a level wheel/walk in shower. The flooring is non slip ceramic tiles. There is a turning diameter of 1500mm. Click here for more information.

Ball Cross Farmhouse, Chatsworth Holiday Cottages

Features easy access bedroom with two single beds and en-suite wet room. Click here for more information.

Devonshire Arms Accessible Room
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