Aberconwy House - Access Statement
Set 1 mile from Betws-y-Coed village centre with parking area in front of the house.
Entrance door is approached 6 wide steps without a hand rail on either side, alternatively there is a ramped driveway to the right of the house that is useable by a wheel chair. The main door to the house is via an enclosed porch way with a further 2 steps. The main door is wide enough to accommodate a wheelchair. Alternative access points can be made to the right of the house via a door into the dining room or a door into the ground floor family guest bedroom.
We provide pick up and drop off from the local railway station where there are frequent Bus and Train services to a variety of locations within the National Park. Timetables are available in the guest lounge and at the Tourist Information site in the centre of the village.
The house is on three levels, ground, first and second floor. The first and second floors are accessible via two sets of stairs. The first floor has 8 steps to a landing then a further 8 steps to the first floor landing, and the second floor has the same. The hand rail is on the right hand side as you go up.
The ground floor is level throughout.
There is one ground floor ensuite room with shower, wash basin and toilet. It is accessible via wheelchair, although there are no hand rails at present. The room is also a very large room and has three single beds. It is let at a minimum charge of £90.00 per night.
All other rooms are equipped with showers, toilets and wash basins. There is one room with equipped with a bath and there is a shower within the bath.
Corridors are well lit. Switches and plug sockets are in the standard position within most rooms.
Cordless kettles are available in all rooms.
Breakfast is the only meal we provide and is taken in the main dining room.
There is a buffet cold breakfast of cereals, fruit, fruit juice and yogurts. Hot breakfast is brought to your table.
Assistance dogs would be made welcome.
Orange mobile phones can be accessed within the house. All other networks are unable to obtain good signals within the rooms, but may be used within the local area. A payphone is available in the reception area.