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Room 6 – Twin

Suitable for guests with mobility difficulties

Situated on the ground floor Room 6 has the benefit of ramped access to the town square from the rear entrance of the building. This is a generous, bright and elegant room with two windows looking onto the courtyard garden. It has a walk in wardrobe, desk with chair, 2 further chairs and a chest of drawers. It has a vast en-suite shower room with walk-in shower and stool, low level sink and comfort height toilet. This shower room is fitted with some mobility aids.

*Only guests with mobility difficulties will have a backdoor key issued.
*Breakfast can be served in this room if guests are unable to use the stairs. Please let us know at booking/check-in.

Price

Twin Room from £42.50 per person per night
Single Occupancy subject to availability

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