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The front entrance to Penmachno Hall is accessed by a large, wide 15cm step followed by a smaller 5cm step. The floor coverings in the entrance hall are loose rugs over polished floorboards. The downstairs room have doorways which are 86cm wide. The Morning Room (where breakfast is taken) is fully carpeted and the Dining room has a polished wooden floor. There are no steps into these rooms. The owners downstairs WC can be made available for the use of guests. Access is through 2 doorways 67cm in width. All en-suite bedrooms are on the upper floor which is accessed by means of a staircase. Stairs are 107cm wide x 25cm deep with a 15cm tread. There is a solid handrail on one side. 16 steps lead to a half-landing and the stairs continue after a 180 degree turn. 6 further steps lead to the three bedrooms. Doorways to the bedrooms are 86cm wide and those to the en-suites 67cm. Two of the bedrooms have baths with hand-held shower attachments, one has a shower cubicle. All light fittings are on average 135cm from the ground with light pulls fitted in the bathrooms. Large print information packs and menus are available on request. There is little to no mobile reception in the house but visitors are welcome to make short calls from our telephone at weekends and after 6pm at no charge. The nearest railway station is Betws-y-Coed and we would be happy to collect visitors from there with prior notice.