Scargill House is committed to welcoming everyone. Our disabled access and facilities include:
- disabled access to most parts of the building
- a wheelchair ramp at the front entrance of the house
- a front door which opens automatically at the press of a button
- plenty of dedicated disabled parking spaces close to the front of the building
- two specially adapted en-suite twin rooms for people with disabilities
- access to our chapel (which is on rising ground at the rear of the building) via
- Loop systems in our chapel and the Marsh Lounge, where most teaching takes place
- a warm welcome for assistance dogs.
Please let us know at the time of booking if you need easy-access rooms, or a
bedroom close to the main meeting rooms, and whether you have any further
special requirements (for example, dietary).
Scargill House has been extended many times over the decades, and our buildings
ramble gently along quite a few corridors and up and down steps. In a couple of
places, access for people with limited mobility is not as good as we’d like—but
even those tricky spots can be reached by everyone, with a little assistance.
We're working on it… in the meantime, we’re anxious to know how we can improve
our facilities, so please do let us know if there is anything we can do to
enhance your stay at Scargill.