Mobility Features

Less mobile guests will enjoy this cottage with its access features, adapted wet room and electric riser/recliner armchair. The owners live in an adjacent house and are on hand to welcome guests, show appliance operation and provide advice during your stay. Guests intending to use these facilities (and especially the stair lift) should contact the owner to ensure that the facilities meet particular needs 

The cottage front door is accessed from a private parking area via gentle ramps – a total distance of approximately 15 meters. Bedrooms, showers and toilets are on the ground floor. Hand rails, supports and a height adjustable seat are installed in the wet room that also has a non-slip heated flooring.

Wet Room Layout (click on images to enlarge)

Microsoft Word - Wet_Room_Dimensions & Stairlift

 

 

Shower & Grab Rail DetailsMicrosoft Word - Wet_Room_Dimensions & Stairlift

The Stair case is narrow. Please the read following and note the dimensions

 

Microsoft Word - Wet_Room_Dimensions & Stairlift

Other Features

  • The garden patio is on level access through twin French doors.
  • A  motorised leather, recliner/riser armchair aids standing / seating transitions as well as providing many comfort positions.
  • Most switches, power sockets and controls lie between 40 and 110 cm from the floor.
  • All handles and taps are lever operated.
  • The kitchen work surfaces, sink and appliances are at standard height. 
  • The large oak kitchen table can be used to provide a lower working surface for food prep etc.
  • Users of these features should contact the owners to ensure their needs are fully met.

Access_Statement

For more information please watch these short videos of its operation.

Stairlift in action- part 1

Stairlift in action- part 2

 

Golf for All

A wee word about Scottish Disability Golf based close by. How about this for starters? Taster Sessions for beginners and novices with PGA Professionals Nine and eighteen hole, fun golf events based around Taster Sessions Nine and eighteen hole, Single and multiple day competitions for established players. A National Order of Merit Championship 3 multi-day Team International Ryder Cup style competitions A multi-day Scottish Open, a National Championship and World Cup An outlet to International and World Championship level golf in thirty countries
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