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The Wroxton House Hotel is a thatched country house, dating in parts from 1649 and whilst we can accommodate guests with slight to moderate physical disability, there are a number of period architectural features that may make it difficult for guests with limited mobility.


On arrival, temporary parking for access is usually available outside the front door. A member of staff will be available to help with luggage.


There is a small step into our conservatory entrance and a further two steps up to the reception desk.  Alternative access at the side of the conservatory brings you into Reception on the level.


Whilst we do have some seating on both the entrance and reception levels, there are 4 steps down into the bar area (with handrails) and a further 2 steps into the Restaurant.


Our lower lounge area has 5 rather steep steps.


The Broughton Room is accessed on the level from the entrance.  The public toilets are near to the Broughton Room, although we do not have a disabled toilet.

The Wroxton Room is at the opposite end of the hotel to Reception.  Access is via the Restaurant, therefore, 4 steps down into the bar and 2 further steps into the Restaurant.  Access can also be achieved from the exterior of the hotel. There are 5 steps down to the French doors and a temporary ramp is available, with prior notice, for wheelchair access.  However, there are no toilets at this end of the building. 


We have 7 ground floor bedrooms all on one level, 4 of which can be twin bedded rooms.  Each bathroom has a bath with shower over. 

A member of staff will always be willing to assist guests throughout their stay.

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