Wheelchair Accessible Respite BreaksWheelchair Accessible Flat four

free wifi


Accessible holiday apartments do not come much nicer than this.


The
kitchen in apartment 4 is compact but fully featured and works well.


Relax with a complimentory bottle of wine after you arrive for your holiday in France.


Bedroom 1 shown with a regular bed here but profiling beds are available.


Bedroom 2 shown with singles but again, you choose the beds you require.


We have become rather famous for our accessible bathrooms
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Wheelchair Holiday Apartment #4 Wheelchair accessible holiday apartment four is on the first floor and is the smaller of the two apartments on that level. It can be approached via the lift or the stairs.

 

As you can see, 'smaller' does not mean small!!! It has less room in the lounge dining area but the bedrooms and bathroom are no different. (if anything, bedroom one is the biggest we have.....)

 

In the picture of bedroom one you can see a double bed, (this is the disabled and wheelchair friendly bedroom with a large turning circle beside the bed). This is what is normally here unless you have ordered another type of bed in advance. In bedroom two......... well, you get the idea!

There is not really enough room in this apartment for it to have it's own PC but it does have it's own WIFI access point giving you a very strong signal and fast FREE internet.

 

Our hoists and showerchairs are available free of charge (as with all apartments) as long as the item is booked for you and in our stock. If the items are being used by other apartments or we dont have one then they can be hired in for minimal cost. It is not our aim to get rich off you by overcharging on equipment and if we can extend the hire of any piece of equipment to the next customer then we will pass the savings on to you. (and so on....)

wheelchair accessible apartment plans

 

Accessible Holiday Brochure


This second video is a little old but gives you an idea what happens if you want to take a wheelchair onto a ferry. Unless you are very independent and super mobile, never just rock up at the ferry terminal without telling them you are in a wheelchair. You will regret it when you find yourself parked on the lorry deck with no lift in sight to get you upstairs!!


 

Carl Alban