Are the main paths and the tea house wheelchair accessible?
It is a rock and gravel path and some stairs at the cottage and also stairs if you want to dine outside of the house.
Some of the paths are a bit more lumpy/narrow but you should be able to get to the tea house and main areas. The garden is not very big, its quite intimate and very beautiful. Worth the visit for some quiet contemplation and enjoyment of the lovely layout.
Tea house is accessible. Some paths maybe.
Unfortunately they are not. The front entrance area is and possibly toothe tea room but the paths are narrow,
No it is not accessible for wheelchairs. You may want to try Butchart Gardens instead which is fully accessible.
I would not recommend it either. The paths are gravel and there is varied terrain....not level. Try our large city park, Beacon Hill Park. More accessible and free.
I would call ahead to make certain I could have a table on the deck and you can see and experience much of the garden this way. Make reervations for the tea. There is a woman named Joan Looy that does garden tours in Victoria - and she would have the answer for sure. Enjoy yourselves!
I'd say it would be difficult as the paths are very narrow and have a rough, unfinished surface. The house is up some steps and I can't remember if there is a ramp. We'd really recommend Butchart Gardens instead as they are spectacular! Also the gardens at the Governor"s Mansion are nice too. Enjoy!
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