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The Royal Hop Pole Questions & Answers

Torfaen, United Kingdom

are any of the rooms suitable for wheelchair users as its a very old building

9 months ago Answer

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Royal_Hop_Pole
Gloucester, United Kingdom
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Good evening,

We have one ground floor room which is 228 and also includes a wet room. Originally a twin room it can be turned into superking bed if needed. For any questions it's best to call us directly on 01684 274039 so we are able to give you the correct information you need. Kind regards, The Royal Hop Pole Team.

9 months ago
Taunton, United Kingdom
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I believe they have a few downstairs bedroom but you could ring and check as not 100% sure.

9 months ago
MAESYCWMMER
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best to contact the hotel direct.

9 months ago
Taunton, United Kingdom
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no as I think all rooms are on first/second floor but not sure if there are rooms on ground floor, need to check in advance

4 months ago
Taunton, United Kingdom
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Best to contact the hotel direct as there is conflicting info one says no rooms for wheelchair users another says they have one downstairs room. I did check it out for you sorry could not be of more help.

9 months ago
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yes, there is one hotel room situated on the ground floor for wheelchair access, room 228

9 months ago
Serpentine, Australia
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Agree with previous traveller, I think all rooms are upstairs and no lifts. Agree the young staff are super friendly and helpful.

9 months ago
Newmarket, United Kingdom
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I don't believe there is , rooms are up stairs & rather tricky staircase , was fine for us but commented at the time it would be difficult for some people ,

Lovely building though , staff on our visit were super , definitely will return , parking easy & free with a voucher from check in ,always a bonus ,

9 months ago
Leicester, United Kingdom
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No access for wheelchairs at all. All the rooms are upstairs and there's no lift.

9 months ago
Ashton-under-Lyne, United Kingdom
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No I'm afraid not. All the hotel's bedrooms are upstairs and due to the age of the beautiful building, floors and stairs are very uneven and there aren't any lifts.

9 months ago
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