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The Capercaillie, The Lamont and the Ramsay all have Category 2 Disabled Access, as defined by Visit Scotland. Equipment, such as toilet frame, shower chair, shower wheelchair are all available on request during the booking process and of course there is no additional charge. All the washbasins are wall mounted and all light switches are wheel chair accessible.
For families, toys, book and games are provided and travel cots (without bedding) and high chairs can be requested during the booking process. In addition there is a 3 wheel all terrain jogging push chair and a buggy, which folds up very neatly. We also have a PlayDen for the Under 7s making rainy days lots of fun!
A lot of the walks are level and suitable for mobility scooters. Wheelchairs and Mobility Scooters can be hired locally. For more information have a look at Mobility Solutions or phone 01896 752951 and ask for Donald.
All the televisions have a subtitle facility and any of our own leaflets are available in large print if required.
You can drive up to the door. There is gravel outside and a concrete slab ramp to the large entrance door. All doors are wide, no carpets, downstairs cloakroom and the downstairs bedroom is spacious with a large dressing area. The ensuite bathroom has a walk in shower, a large soaking bath and hand shower, and a slightly lower loo. The patio doors from the bedroom have a small step down to the gravel patio and hot tub area.
The dining table has plenty of leg room and the chairs are high backed.
There is a large armchair in the living room as well as lots of sofas.
At the top of the stairs there is a gate for the safety of little ones.
There is plenty of car parking around the back of the house.
Gravel car park and you can drive your car right up to the level wooden ramp to the front entrance door. All the rooms are on the one level and the ensuite bathroom for the Master Bedroom has a large walk in shower and a slightly lower loo. All the doors are wide for wheelchairs and there is plenty of room to manoeuvre in the living areas. As well as two large comfortable sofas there is a high backed chair. The dining chairs are high backed and the dining table has plenty of leg room
The decking area off the living and dining room is level and gated. There are then some steps down to the lower decking with the hot tub.
Gravel car park and you can drive your car right up to the wooden ramp to the front door entrance. All the accommodation is on the one level with two ensuite bathrooms with walk in showers. The Master Bedroom has a large soaking bath as well and the loo is slightly lower.
The living area has a sofa and two armchairs, one of which is a large snuggler chair, and the dining table has plenty of leg room with high backed dining chairs.
The patio door from the living area opens onto a large level decking, which has railings all round it. There are plenty of armchairs on the decking as well as loungers.
The hot tub is on level decking access from the main door of the property and has a hand rail by the steps into the hot tub.
There is a warm boiler room just outside the main entrance door which is perfect for drying clothes.
Gravel car park with level wooden ramp to main door. Downstairs cloakroom. Two steps down to the bedrooms and 6 steps up to the first floor which has combed ceilings. The ensuite bathroom for the upstairs bedroom also has combed ceilings, a soaking bath and a hand held hair shower. This lodge is not really wheel chair friendly. There is a gated decking area from the patio door in the living room with lots of chairs and tables then steps down to a further decking area with the hot tub and more tables and chairs.
Parking right outside with a step up to the decking on which sits the hot tub, or you can bypass this area and walk along the grass to the wooden ramp which takes you up to the main entrance door. Again this is not a wheel chair friendly lodge. It is also not suitable for babies or children. Once inside everything is on the same level.
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