All of their accommodation and facilities are designed to be accessible and inclusive for all. The wagons are specially designed to be accessible – rather than adapted – for disabled people. The hot tubs are built in to be the right height for transfers, the firepits have been chosen for their ease of use and the whole site has been landscaped with pathways throughout the orchard and woodland that are suitable for wheelchairs. They have also partnered up with local businesses to offer a range of accessible experiences in the local area. Additionally, they offer a 15% discount for veterans or serving members of the Armed Forces. There are also respite grants available from charities including ABF, The Soldiers Charity and Army of Angels.
Family run self-catering holidays in a hand built Finnish-style log cabin, set in an unspoilt meadow, 2 miles from Ludlow and within easy reach of the glorious countryside of the Shropshire Hills and Welsh Marches. They have incorporated accessibility into the design and included level access throughout, a wet room, and extra wide doors.
An accessible family-run rural retreat in the heart of the Dorset countryside. The site is level, with well-lit smooth paths, and ramps available so that wheelchair users can access the yurts. The traditional doorways are 132cm high by 67cm wide. The interior of the yurts are all similar with a carpeted floor, a double bed and two single day beds. The beds have all got space under to accommodate a hoist. There is room to use a profiling bed, which may be hired in. There is ample wheelchair turning space throughout the yurt and plenty of access to either side of the double bed. They can supply commode chairs for private wet rooms, which all have adapted shower heads and extra long hoses.
A wheelchair accessible Canvas Cottage, just short journey from Edinburgh, located along a private loch. Entrance is via ramp and the door is over 4 feet wide, and full height, allowing unhindered access. The ensuite bathroom is accessed through another full height door, more than wide enough for a wheelchair. The width of the bathroom is doubled and the shower features a shower seat, hand rails, and all controls at wheelchair height. The sink is also at wheelchair accessible height, and the toilet has a hand rail.