The quality and presentation of the food was excellent as was the service. However the car park is pebbles and totally unsuitable for good foot ware, pushchairs, wheelchairs and anyone with a walking difficulty. The main entrance is an obstacle coarse with double doors and only one normally opened plus a step. We had a wheelchair user with us in the main dining room and the only access to disability toilets was via steps or outside over the pebbles. Even the regular toilets didn't allow wheelchair manoeuvrability. If you are going to spend over £50 a head you would expect the venue to be able to afford reasonable access for the disabled. In this century the excuse of it being a listed building is no longer valid. If the National Trust etc can do it then so can the Tickton Grange especially at these prices. We will gladly return ( 6 regular diners) but only when access has been improved to include all members of Society.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A combination of former landowners' suites, servants quarters, renovated stables, workshops, Victorian cottages, even the original pumproom and schoolroom, Tickton Grange's bedrooms are a million miles away from formulaic sameness. Each one offers a blend of historic appreciation and quality comforts. Even cutting edge technology, such as free Wi-Fi, helps to create spaces for rest, relaxation, enjoyment and, importantly, a great night's sleep. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Beverley Tickton Grange Hotel Yorkshire