Warren Bedroom - Richard Downer
Warren Wet Room - Richard Downer
The Morning Room at Pentillie
Morning Room - Kite Vison
Hallway - Richard Downer

Accessibility in the Bedrooms

Our ground floor Warren Bedroom was designed specifically for use by those with limited mobility.  It has the following facilities:

  • Wet-room
  • Ground floor level access
  • Installed cord alarm
  • Bed can be adapted for twin or hoist use

Whilst we do not have a lift to the first floor, the stairs are wide and shallow, which does allow some guests who would normally avoid staircases, to access our upstairs bedrooms.

Wheelchair access is available to the lower terraces and some of the gardens via the rear courtyard, and Ted has very big muscles if guests require pushing up hills! There is level access to the top terrace from the morning room or main castle entrance, or by utilising temporary ramps stored on site.

Unfortunately, due to the nature of the promontory on which Pentillie is built, the majority of the gardens are accessed by steps or steep slopes. However, certain areas can be accessed via our roads, such as the Pentillie Quay where the Bathing Hut is situated.

Download an article written by a previous client here: Access Dorset article

Download our detailed accessibility document

Bed & breakfast stays are based on a minimum of 2 nights – prices are quoted per room, per night (based on two adults sharing), and include breakfast.