This access statement does not contain personal opinions as to our suitability for those with access needs, but aims to accurately describe the facilities and services that we offer all our guests/visitors.
Access Statement for Castleview Cottage
Castleview is a terraced stone cottage built in the mid 1800's situated on a small narrow side road within the World Heritage Site of Conwy. As it is within the Medieval Town walls, the road, in common with most inside the walls, is steep.
Details, photographs and supplementary information can be found at www.castleviewcottage.com
Entrance to Property
The entrance to the property has a small step to the front door. This step ranges from 2.5cm in height to 5cm, with a depth of 34cm. There is then a 15cm cill immediately in front of the door.
The door dimensions are standard, and it opens inwards onto a hall. This leads directly into the living area, with the kitchen off the dining area, separated with a door. There is a step down into the kitchen - approx 30cm. The kitchen has access to a small decked outside sitting area through a door, which is an Emergency Exit, which is standard size, opening inwards.
The stairs are narrower and steeper than a modern building, in common with it's age. There is a turn at the top leading to a small landing with 2 bedrooms and shower room off. The main bedroom has a standard sized double bed. The shower room has a sliding door to access the shower and a cill of approx 20cm. The bunk bed room has an external door which is an Emergency Exit opening outwards leading to the roof terrace - there is a step down of 15cm onto the decked terrace. The roof terrace has secure railings all around.