Two of the three units are wheelchair accessible, while the first “Private Garden Room” has stairs to get in; a ramp can be added upon request. This room is slightly smaller and is better suited to those with a smaller wheelchair or individuals who are able to ambulate. The shower has a small step to get in but the bathroom itself is large enough for a wheelchair. A shower chair or bench can be added upon request. There are no rails in this bathroom. The “Private Garden Suite” does not have a full kitchenette but it does include a small bar fridge, microwave, and tea and coffee facilities. The mattress has a very soft cover layer so bringing additional mattress layers for pressure care, such as sheep-skin or a temper-pedic cover, is not necessary.
The second “Private Self-Catering Room” is the larger of the two accessible units. It also has stairs, and a ramp can be added upon request. This room has sufficient space for someone in a wheelchair to move around freely. This shower also has a small step to get in, and the bathroom is large enough to accommodate a wheelchair; a bench can be added in the shower if required. This room has a full kitchenette, and the mattress also has a very soft layer for pressure care.
The “Superior King/Twin Bed” downstairs is a large room with sufficient space to mobilise in a wheelchair. It has a king-sized bed which can be turned into 2 single beds if you are travelling with a carer.
The bathroom has rails and is large enough to accommodate a wheelchair. The shower has no steps and a bench can be added on request. This room is not fully self-catering, but it has a well-equipped kitchenette which includes a bar fridge, and tea and coffee facilities.
The “King Garden Cottage” is fully self-catering with a small kitchenette and lounge area. The cottage is large enough to accommodate a wheelchair, while the bathroom is also large enough for a wheelchair and there is a small bench in the shower, but no rails.