The Harvest Home Inn was built in 19th Century into the side of a hill. Extensions were added in the 1980s. Because of its position and construction, access could be difficult for some people especially for the infirm or disabled.
The car park is large and flat with a tarmac and gravel surface with a gradual slope up hill to the front of the building. Care should be taken especially at busy times.
There are a number of steps (7) to the main entrance making it difficult for disabled people. However, we will endeavour to provide assistance on request.
ACCESS TO PUBLIC AREAS
The bar and restaurant is all on one level. There is one step up to the toilet. Any special dietary requirements can be accommodated upon request.
There is no access for disabled people to the rooms. Access to the rooms is via a standard staircase.
Brentor Room is carpeted with en-suite shower room.
Garden Room is carpeted with en-suite bathroom. The shower is located above the bath. Access to the patio via one step.
Tavistock suite is carpeted with en-suite bathroom. The shower is located above the bath. Access to the terrace via one step.