Castles are historic buildings, often listed, which means it can be difficult to get permission to alter or even rebuild parts of the buildings. This can lead to a misconception that castle properties will be unable to provide suitable disabled access, however, we have many castles that allow guests with disabilities or limited mobility to enjoy the experience of an historic stay.
Here I’ve hand-picked 3 castles, to guide you through the facilities some properties can offer guests:
Cringletie House in Peebles, Scotland
When the current owners of Cringleie House purchased this property, they renovated it to make it fully wheelchair-accessible and included a range of disabled facilities. These included a ground floor room and en-suite bathroom, specifically designed for wheelchair users. More »