General FAQs

Accessibility for disabled patrons

Before you arrive
We always encourage telephone enquiries so that we can discuss your requirements before you arrive. Our staff are trained and ready to assist anyone with mobility problems or in a wheelchair.

Car parking
We have a number of designated parking spaces at the rear of The Wild Rabbit. There is a shallow ramp which leads to our main restaurant. Our well trained staff are available to help.

Our restaurant is located on the ground floor. Full waiter service is provided at breakfast, lunch and dinner. Please let us know in advance if you have any special dietary needs. The restaurant is open daily from Wednesday to Sunday inclusive for lunch and dinner.
Our menu is printed and can be verbally presented or provided in larger print if required.
There is ample moveable seating and if needed we have chairs without arms. The restaurant area is well-lit, with lots of natural daylight during daylight hours.

We have two ground floor bedrooms that are suitable for use by patrons with reduced mobility. The Hare and The Mole, but please be aware they have full size baths with an over head shower.

The Wild Rabbit has an accessible cloakroom next to the dining room with handrails for customers requiring wheel chair access or those with reduced mobility.

Does the Wild Rabbit have car parking facilities?

On site car parking is on a first come first served basis. Additional car parking spaces can also be found in the village. Please be mindful not to block the bus stops and access to the village store.

Is The Wild Rabbit easily accessible by train?

The village of Kingham sits on the main Hereford to London Paddington line, with a regular train service.

A taxi service to and from the station can be easily arranged, please contact The Wild Rabbit Reception team directly on 01608 658389 to arrange this.

Is there wireless internet available?

Wireless internet is available throughout The Wild Rabbit free of charge.

Can I smoke in my room/cottage or around the grounds of the Wild Rabbit?

We have two open courtyards located in the front and rear of the Inn for those who wish to smoke tobacco. All internal areas of The Wild Rabbit are non-smoking.

Are children allowed in the restaurant? Do you offer a children’s menu?

We welcome well behaved children of any age when accompanied by an adult in the restaurant and bar during lunchtime and dinner service. We offer a children’s menu.

Can I bring my dog(s)?

We welcome dogs in the following dog friendly garden rooms and cottages: Mole, Hare, Otter, Owl, Beehive and Robin Cottage, Lark Cottage, Dove Cottage, Hatchling Cottage, Nestling Cottage, Bantam Cottage, Orpington Cottage, Old House, Fowler’s House, Daylesford Village cottages and our Daylesford Farm Cottages. If you are bringing two dogs we suggest you book our standard room Mole and Robin Cottage, Lark Cottage and Dove Cottage, Fowler’s House and Old House or our Daylesford Farm Cottages.

We charge £15 per dog per night which is payable upon check-in.

Dog beds are provided on request and are free of charge.

Well-behaved dogs are welcome at The Wild Rabbit on our front and back terrace, as well as the bar area. Dogs are not allowed in the main dining room save for assistance dogs.

Dogs are welcome in the Legbar café and in both our Old Spot and Legbar outdoor courtyards at Daylesford Farm.

We ask all owners to behave responsibly and clean up after their dog.

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