In the development of our new Winery we have worked hard to ensure our new Winery is accessible for people of all abilities, providing the necessary facilities for visitors to enjoy their time with us
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Internally all floors are level, there are no steps or slopes and doorways meet current building regulations for wheelchair access. The entire area is well lit.
The shop has a section of reduced height counter which is suitable for wheelchair users. All merchandise is clearly visible and staff are available to assist with selecting items from the shelves if help is needed.
Pens and paper are available at the counter to assist with communication as required.
Externally a flat terraced area directly in front of the Tasting Room has outdoor seating with both low level informal seating and dining tables and chairs. A wheelchair can draw up to these tables.
Oxted Station: 5 miles
Sevenoaks Station: 5 miles
Edenbridge Station 5.6 miles
For train times please visit www.nationalrail.co.uk
Westerham Cars offer vehicles with disabled and wheelchair access, tel. 01959 562 091
Please note there is no footpath along Beggars Lane.
No 246 Bromley to Westerham, nearest bus stop Force Green 0.7 miles; follow way-marked footpath signs along Force Green Lane. Walking time 15 minutes. This is a public footpath which includes stiles and is not suitable for wheelchairs or pushchairs. For bus times please visit http://www.londonbusroutes.net/times/246Sum.html
No 236 and 594/5 Oxted, Edenbridge, Lingfield & Crawley to Westerham, nearest bus stop Hartley Road, opposite Wolfe Garage. For bus times please visit http://www.southdownpsv.co.uk/ops/timetables.php
No 401 Sevenoaks to Westerham, nearest bus stop Hartley Road as above. For bus times please visit http://www.go-coach.co.uk/bus/timetables/14
Parking is available in front of the Winery building. Visitors displaying Blue Badges may park in the designated disabled parking spaces directly in front of the building adjacent to the low wooden fence in front of the stream. Please be aware that access to Blue Badge parking may be limited according to demand but it may still be possible to park directly in front of the Terrace and Shop. The car park is flat but the surface, made of chipped stone, is uneven. There is a dropped curb from the car park onto the terrace.
Alternative parking is available at the Darent Car Park on the A25 at the eastern approach to the town.
From Westerham Darent Car Park follow the way-markers across King Georges Playing Fields to Beggars Lane. Not suitable for wheelchair users. Please note: Beggars Lane must be crossed with extreme caution, it is on a blind bend and the traffic moves very quickly. Listening as well as looking is important for safe crossing.From Brasted take the way-marked route from the A25 to the Squerryes Winery and Westerham Brewery, this is a public footpath and is not suitable for wheelchair users.
Vineyard ToursTours, private groups, and tastings must be booked in advance, please see website for details: https://www.squerryes.co.uk/#experiences-and-events. Please let us know at the time of booking if you require any special assistance.
The Squerryes Shop (situated within the Brewery Tap Room and Shop) is open to the public 10am to 5pm Wednesday and Thursday, 10am to 9.30pm Friday and Saturday, 11am to 5pm Sunday. Closed Monday and Tuesday.
Customer toilets are located in a corridor which can be accessed via the shop or via the Tasting Room. There is a unisex disabled access toilet and separate mens and ladies toilets. Entrance to all toilets is level and door widths comply with 2016 building regulations. The toilets are well lit, floors are non-slip, and the disabled access toilet has a low level wash hand basin with single lever tap.