Came here for a day out. The staff in the castle were great and two men helped my grandfather up the stairs in an interesting chairlift contraption as he is disabled. I do think this place is definitely aimed more toward viewing the outdoor space as I was not a fan of the interior of the castle personally. I found that it was a bit dark and some of the items in the different rooms were a bit random. They did have a kids play area that looked like it was getting lots of use so think this place may be aimed at children and young families. The disabled access to the second floor of the castle was non existent but we did see a life however, no staff to assist us with this. The pathway down to the lake did not look very wheelchair friendly and both my grand parents were using wheelchairs. It was quite a steep sloped path down to the lake so getting back up would have been a bit of a nightmare! The gravel, stone area outside the castle made it difficult to wheel the wheelchairs around and the toilets were not disabled friendly.
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