The Garden and grounds are partially accessible with pathways and viewing points made from bound earth with lime and gravel. Due to the historic nature of the Garden design, some pathways are narrow and irregular and the ground can be uneven.
Dedicated parking spaces are available closer to the House in the top car park, approximately 50 metres from the House entrance. The main car park is approximately 250 metres from the House entrance.
Charleston is a rural site and the grounds can be uneven. There are gravel paths.
Due to the domestic scale of the house we are only able to accommodate wheelchairs with dimensions less than 115cm (L) X 65cm (W) / 45″ (L) X 25″ (W).
Charleston has two visitor wheelchairs which can be reserved in advance or booked on the day.
For visitors with restricted mobility, we offer Garden and ground floor only tickets for the House.
Mobility scooters can be used in the gardens, shop and cafe, but they usually exceed the dimensions we can accommodate for use in the house.
Guide and assistance dogs are welcome in the House, Garden, Shop, Café and throughout the site. No other dogs are permitted, so please ensure your dog is wearing its identifying jacket.
We welcome any questions about your visit by telephone on 01323 811 626 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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