There are a range of facilities onsite which means that the café is accessible to all.
Bedgebury Café is accessible.
To help make Bedgebury accessible the visitor centre has step free access and there is an accessibility guide to help plan your visit. Wheelchairs and an all-terrain vehicle are also available from Forestry England.
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If you have any further enquiries regarding access in and around Bedgebury National Pinetum and Forest, or the facilities available please contact Forestry England.
There are toilet facilities located at Bedgebury Visitor Centre that include a baby changing unit, shower facilities and a separate disabled toilet (radar key available in the visitor centre)
The car park is located at Lady Oak Lane next to the Visitor Centre, where you’ll find the cafe. Entrance to Bedgebury is by vehicle admission and prices vary depending on your visit.
There is plenty of internal and external seating on site at Bedgebury Café. Whether you’d like to sit outside taking in some fresh air, or inside our cosy café with a view of the beautiful lake. There is also a glazed area next to the café with hooks for the pooches and dog bowls for our thirsty four legged friends.
With the world being a constantly connected place, we do offer free guest Wi-Fi should you need connection when you’re with us.
If we’ve not covered everything here, feel free to get in touch with one of the team on 01580 854455 who will be more than happy to assist with any queries that you have.