at Shrigley Hall
Shrigley Hall Hotel & Spa welcomes guests with disabilities and has developed the Access Statement to address some of the more common issues that disabled people face.
This Access Statement is intended to provide additional information for all guests who wish to attend or use our facilities. Recognition has been given to include guests with an impairment, which could include mobility, sight, hearing, learning disabilities or any other hidden impairment.
Shrigley Hall Hotel & Spa aim to ensure that all employees, guests and others who use or assist in the provision of our services – whether they have a mobility difficulty, a visual impairment, are deaf or hard of hearing, have a speech impairment, have a learning difficulty or mental health disability, use a wheelchair, cane, walking frame or crutches, or have any other disability- are treated equally and according to their needs.
We request that anyone wishing to make an enquiry or booking, inform us directly by telephone or email of any special needs or disability that they may have in order for us to try and meet any personal requirements. We do not provide wheelchairs. All staff are fully trained to assist disabled guests with empathy.
The hotel’s main car park is located at the rear of building with a ramp leading down to the main reception area. There are limited spaces at the front of the property with 2 disabled bays.
Shrigley Hall has 1 accessible double, accessed via a lift to the first floor and 1 accessible twin, accessed via lift to the second floor. These rooms have widened doorways to accommodate those using a wheelchair. The bathroom of both bedrooms consists of a lowered bath and handrails.
We do have a select number of bedrooms with a walk in shower, however, these are located at the rear of the property and steps are would be required to access this area of the hotel.
The ground floor of the hotel compromises of the hotel reception, bar and restaurant along with 2 function rooms (William Turner & Ellen Turner).
The bar and restaurant are fully accessible, and the restaurant contains a lift down to the main area. The Ellen Turner Suite is fully accessible, and the William Turner has 3 steep steps.
There are 4 steps up to the front door with a disabled entrance to the right.
A disabled toilet is available on the ground floor near to the restaurant.
The Spa can be accessed via an external ramp however, all internal facilities contain steps to enter.
The Tilden Suite function room is based within the old chapel at the rear of the building. There are 2 steps leading into the Tilden Suite and a ramp can be provided.
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