Access Statement"Set in idyllic countryside and a special haven for exploring wildlife, unwind in this tranquil and historic location"
Access goes further than removing physical barriers, and includes having a welcoming attitude to all that visit us, one which treats all equally, in particular with regard to:
- religion or belief,
- sexual orientation.
We have an Equality Policy to make sure we are clearly expressing these expectations to all our team. You can request a copy if you wish.
We aim to meet the needs of all our guests. However, Soulton Hall's historic nature poses a number of difficulties, and while we continue to work to try and limit them as much as possible, where applicable they are indicated below.
We are pleased to offer the following services.
You can contact us prior to arrival by phone 01939 232 786, or email [email protected]
This website (www.soultonhall.co.uk) provides a significant amount of information about Soulton Hall, including travel directions.
Arrival & Car Parking
Check-in is normally after 2pm for guests staying at Soulton Hall, for the cottages 3pm and check out around 10.30am for Soulton Hall and 10am for the cottages. Earlier check-in to your room/cottage may well be possible by arrangement.
On arrival, please stop outside the courtyard to unload your passengers and luggage; if you are disabled you may wish to park in the courtyard. We are only too happy to offer help with your luggage and to provide an umbrella if it's raining. Parking is then to the gravelled area to the right of Soulton Hall, with overflow parking indicated by signage. Most parking areas are gravelled.
Main Entrance & Reception
The reception for Soulton Hall is accessed on the principal floor of the house. Access to this is described above. In the entrance hall, behind the front door (which is nearly always open, and if not should push open) there is a glass door; when the handle is depressed this will open inwards. There is a bell to the right of the front door, please ring this for assistance if necessary.
The main reception is through the Hall at the bottom of the stairs which rise to the first floor. There is another bell here to ring for assistance, if necessary.
If you prefer we can make arrangements to greet you at your vehicle.
The cottage is in a relatively remote location, down 0.5 miles of private road.
Access to the interior is by one step. Inside, on the ground floor, there is a bathroom, double bedroom, and all of the living room areas (kitchen, sitting-room, WC). Two further bedrooms rooms are upstairs, with a hand rail to one side of the stairs. On the ground floor the sitting room has a parquet floor with large space rug; the kitchen has a linoleum floor, and the bedroom a carpeted floor. The remaining floors are tiled.
The bathroom has a bathtub with shower over. It is not equipped with grab-rails.
This cottage is close by Soulton Hall, access just of the B5065. The garden and parking area is deeply graveled.
Access to the interior is by one step. Inside, everything is on the ground floor, as this is a bungalow. There are three double/twin rooms, each of which is en suite. One of the bathrooms has a shower with a small step up, the others have 'P' baths with shower over. The bathrooms are not equipped with grab-rails.
There is a sitting-room, and kitchen dining room. With the exception of the kitchen, which has a linoleum floor, all rooms have carpeted flooring.
Gardens, Grounds and Estate
There are extensive gardens around Soulton Hall, and we enjoy a wonderful country location on our 500 acre Estate. Guests are welcome to explore almost all of this. Specific advice is available from us depending upon your plans.
Work has been going on for a considerable period, and we have been making improvements across our properties, starting our efforts at Soulton Hall and Soulton Court. If you have particular requirements, do please get in touch to discuss them. And if you have any feedback or input you would like to share, likewise, we are interested to hear it.