Thank you for taking the time to look at our accessibility guidance. We have listed some information here but please do contact us to ensure that we can meet your access needs. We have been involved in the Marketing Peak District accessibility awareness training and if we can help in any way then please do ask.
Hayloft Cottage is our most accessible cottage if a physical disability limits your movement. With the exception of the threshold and one step into the lounge area, the cottage has a twin room, kitchen, lounge and bathroom all on the ground floor.
Changing Places toilets are large, accessible spaces with a height-adjustable changing bench, a ceiling hoist and the space to change someone in dignity and comfort. There are 24 changing rooms in Derbyshire so that you can plan your day out with some peace of mind. See them all on this map
We have spare Radar keys here if you need to borrow one
Borrowing or hiring mobility equipment
Clark and Partners is a Sheffield based mobility equipment supplier. We can work with them and you to rent any specialist mobility equipment for the duration of your stay. They can deliver and collect; beds, mattresses, a hoist or wheelchair
In return for a donation to charity, a wheelchair can sometimes be borrowed from the visitor centre in Bakewell (01629 813227) and also the Evelyn Health Centre in Hope (01433 621557)
Coming to The Peak District and Derbyshire
From taking a swim at Hathersage outdoor swimming pool (which has a hoist) to hiring the Boma 7 all terrain wheelchair at Parsley Hay, there are plenty of accessible things to see and do in this wonderful part of the country.
Accessible things to do in Derbyshire (takes you to Accessible Derbyshire web page)
Accessible activities in Derbyshire (takes you to Accessible Derbyshire web page)