Facilities & Acessibility

Facilities & Acessibility

Accessibility

Please be aware that the standard guided route does have steps and is not suitable for wheelchairs. There is however a step-free route around our lakes and up into the grasslands which is accessible. This will allow you to still view 300+ sculptures, and follows our picturesque lakeside walk.

The sculpture park is not flat, and all of the trails (including the step-free route) are rough woodland tracks with a loose gravel surface. If you or somebody you are visiting with has serious difficulty walking on natural uneven ground, the park may not be suitable for you to visit. 

Thai Huts

We have two raised wooden huts which you are welcome to picnic in all year, each comfortably sitting up to 6 people. These are the only spots available to picnic under cover.

Accessibility

Please be aware that the standard guided route does have steps and is not suitable for wheelchairs. There is however a step-free route around our lakes and up into the grasslands which is accessible. This will allow you to still view 300+ sculptures, and follows our picturesque lakeside walk.

The sculpture park is not flat, and all of the trails (including the step-free route) are rough woodland tracks with a loose gravel surface. If you or somebody you are visiting with has serious difficulty walking on natural uneven ground, the park may not be suitable for you to visit. 

Thai Huts

We have two raised wooden huts which you are welcome to picnic in all year, each comfortably sitting up to 6 people. These are the only spots available to picnic under cover.

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Picnic Spots

There are 3 main areas which you can picnic, each located a short distance from reception. Each has seating or tables available and are free to use. We do ask that you take your rubbish home with you however.

Picnic Spots

There are 3 main areas which you can picnic, each located a short distance from reception. Each has seating or tables available and are free to use. We do ask that you take your rubbish home with you however.

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Toilets

On site by reception - Male, Female/Disabled

Seating

There are many seating points along the trail - though these are sometimes disguised as sculptures, if something is a bench- you're welcome to sit on it!

Toilets

On site by reception - Male, Female/Disabled

Seating

There are many seating points along the trail - though these are sometimes disguised as sculptures, if something is a bench- you're welcome to sit on it!

No Cafe

We do not have facilities which offer refreshment unfortunately, so you are encouraged to bring a picnic and your own drinks. However, you are welcome to come and go from the park throughout the day of your visit and there are places nearby where refreshments or food are available.

Parking

There is parking immediately in front of the entrance gate which is permitted for visitors of the park only. If this is full however you have full right as a customer of the sculpture park to use the Hotel overflow car park opposite the park and around the side of the building, between 9am - 6pm.

No Cafe

We do not have facilities which offer refreshment unfortunately, so you are encouraged to bring a picnic and your own drinks. However, you are welcome to come and go from the park throughout the day of your visit and there are places nearby where refreshments or food are available.

Parking

There is parking immediately in front of the entrance gate which is permitted for visitors of the park only. If this is full however you have full right as a customer of the sculpture park to use the Hotel overflow car park opposite the park and around the side of the building, between 9am - 6pm.

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