Abbots Court is a perfect location for a relaxing short break, nestled in the heart of the Dorset countryside.
We want to make everyone’s stay as enjoyable as possible and we hope to provide suitable access for all our guests. We aim to accurately describe our facilities and services to give you the confidence to book with us and have an enjoyable stay.
Comfortable and elegant with country-chic décor, the uniquely designed rooms provide perfect views of the local countryside.
Access with steps
Level access bedrooms
Travel by public transport
Timetables can be viewed on Travelinesw.com or please ask our team for a timetable on arrival. The nearest train station is at Wareham.
There are several entrances to Abbots Court. The front door of the building has three steps.
One entrances is without steps and has only a threshold stone that is less than 10cm, a mat or board can be placed at this entrance to ease use.
There is accessible parking next to this entrance and additional wooden boarding can be placed over gravel to access this entrance.
From this entrance the there is level acces to the bar, restaurant, lounge, public WC and to the ground floor bedroom called 'Old Spot'.
Path to main entrance
Guests can park next to this entrance for access through one level access doorway main entrance. The exterior ground cover is gravel (boards to cover the gravel are available to assist with firm ground access to this entrance).
Getting around inside
Visual Impairment - General Information
Accessible bedroom Old Spot
Abbots Court Lounge
There is a route from one of the main entrances that provides level access to the lounge.
Abbots Court Bar
There is a main entrance that provides level access to the bar.
Abbots Court WC
Place to eat and drink
Abbots Court Restaurant
Please let us know at least 48 hours in advance of specific dietry requirements. Our chefs are happy to discuss this with you.
Abbots Court bar
Getting around outside
Abbots Court Grounds and Walled Garden
The grounds and walled garden have paths covered with gravel. Some parts of the garden are grassed and may have uneven surfaces.
Abbots Court Terrace
There are tables and chairs on the terrace and the and the terrace can be accessed either by the main entrance (3 steps) or via an alternative entrance located on the other side of the building. The terrace has a gravel surface.
Customer care support
Emergency evacuation procedures
Should you require special assistance to evacuate the building in the event of the fire alarm sounding. Please make us aware upon booking or arrival so we can arrange for appropriate fire evacuation assistance to suit your needs.
Customer care support
A copy of the Accessible Purbeck Guide is available to read or download for information on things to see and do in the area.