Wheelchair Accessible Respite Breaks In FranceApartment six

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Wheelchair accessible holiday apartment number 6 is my personal favorite.

Being in the roof makes #6 a little different and in my opinion a little better.

The kitchen/dining area is just perfect for a holiday apartment in France.

Access between the wet room and bedroom one
is second to none.

friendly shower room is just the perfect size.

As you would expect there is drop down bars on ALL of our loo's.

Accessible Vacation Apartment #6 Up on the 2nd floor and accessed via the stairs or the lift. Just like all the other wheelchair friendly holiday apartments in Brittany, France, It is fully wheelchair accessible and has all the mod cons. This apartment is a little different because (being up in the roof) it has sloping walls from about waist height up and all but one of the windows are Velux roof windows.


How does this affect you? Well, in the kitchen/dinning and lounge area there are 3 windows but if you are in a wheelchair you will only be able to see out of one of them, although it is a great view! Thats velux windows for you!!


It's a fab apartment and one of the smaller variety. Once again... small in name but in reality the bedrooms and wet-room/shower-room are just as big as the larger apartments. Its only the lounge/kitchen that make a smaller apartment... err.... smaller.


Like all of our apartments, #6 has DVD/CD + surround sound + UK (English speaking) TV. Everything you would expect to find in a normal kitchen and a few things you didnt!


The apartment has it's own PC with internet connection at NO EXTRA COST as well as WIFI for all your phones and tablets.


French TV is available on request.

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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