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We are delighted to introduce you to six luxury purpose built apartments that have been designed for maximum accessibility from a disabled person's point of view in a renovated 19th century cotton mill.
Built over three floors, the property has a lift to making access by wheelchair even easier. Each of the apartments feature large, low windows to allow wheelchair-users a good view of the river at the bottom of the garden.
All of the apartments have two double bedrooms, a large wheelchair accessible bathroom, a raised toilet with grab rails either side, level access shower with a wheeled shower chair, large open plan living area with dining are and kitchen. They are perfect for 4 people but can take 5 and the kitchen is fitted with all mod cons.
There is a large garden, that in the main is accessible, there are areas for being alone and more communal areas. The terrace with the BBQ and lots of seating is very popular at 'wine o'clock' with their guests and many people spend the day out and about and then gather at the witching hour with a bottle or two!
Located only 10 minutes drive to the beaches on the banks of the River Jaudy in La Roche-Derrien, Brittany. There's a lot of accessible activities locally, which the owners Jacqui and Carl will advise you on when you arrive.
Each kitchen features a washing machine, cooker, hob, microwave and utensils. In the lounge/diner there is a corner sofa, satellite TV, DVD and surround sound system. Some apartments include a PC and internet access; alternatively, a communal PC is available for everyone’s use.
All 6 apartments are spacious with fully adapted bathrooms, a very peaceful location with beautiful views over the river. This property has everything you would need on site, from equipment hire to care support. Jacqui and Carl are on site to fulfil all of your needs – they will even take you shopping!! Travelling by car is recommended.
Tailor-made holidays – especially designed for disabled people
All properties personally audited and graded for wheelchair-users, slow walkers and people with limited mobility.