We work in partnership with the Countryside Mobility Scheme to provide visitors with limited mobility with a way of getting around the Gardens using an all-terrain mobility scooter, known as a Tramper.

The Tramper is available to hire from the Welcome Centre.  Hire times are Monday to Friday between 9.30 am and 3.00 pm (last booking); and Saturday and Sunday 12 noon to 3.00 pm (last booking).

Training is provided on how to use the Tramper along with a map and guidance outlining the designated Tramper routes in the Gardens.

Please note that some routes may be subject to change due to adverse weather conditions, works taking place in the Gardens or special events and any changes to routes will be advised at the time of hire.

Only assistance dogs are allowed in the Dartington Hall Gardens. Elsewhere on the estate, dogs on leads are permitted.

prices and booking

Users must be a member of the Countryside Mobility Scheme, which will also enable them to use Trampers at other partner sites within the South West.  An hourly hire charge also applies:

Countryside Mobility Annual Membership – £15.00
Countryside Mobility ‘Holiday’ Membership – £5.00 (valid for 2 weeks)
Hourly rate of hire: £3.50

Pre-booking is advisable. To make a booking or to find out more information please email visitorcentreinfo@dartington.org or telephone 01803 847514.

To find out more about the Countryside Mobility Scheme, please telephone 01392 456522 or visit their website: www.countrysidemobility.org.

Watch: About tramper hire at Dartington

With thanks to Countryside Mobility for letting us reproduce the film here.

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