Accessibility

At Ross Bay we try to enable everyone to be able to enjoy a holiday here with us.  Our cottages are all different so here are a few helpful notes, but please feel free to call us to discuss anything more personal to yourself or your needs.

 

Byre by the Sea – a single storey dwelling, with all living on one floor with ramped access from the car parking area (which is large enough for a vehicle with a tail lift to park).  Large open plan kitchen / living / dining area.  Large master bedroom.  Wide doors and corridor.  The en-suite bathroom, has an enclosed shower which is 1200cm x 800cm, along with a toilet and washbasin.  The family bathroom has a smaller quadrant shower which is 900cm, there is a toilet, washbasin and a separate bath.

The Old Cheeseloft – although a 2 storey house, it has 2 living rooms downstairs, one of which could accommodate a bed (we would bring a single bed down from upstairs), and the downstairs shower room has an 1800cm x 800cm low level tray.  The doors are wide, and access is off a flagged parking area.  The parking area is large enough and long enough to park a vehicle with a tail lift easily with flagged path and ramp into the cottage.  There is wheelchair access onto the largest enclosed side balcony.

Creel Cottage  – single story cottage but at present has an over bath shower (plans to make this into a walk in shower).  The doorways are 29” wide.  The master bedroom would have limited space for a wheelchair.  There is a flagged path from the parking area at the side of the house, and plenty of space / length for a vehicle with a tail lift.

There are many accessible places to visit whilst staying at Ross Bay, here are a few, but please let us know of any others so we can add them to this list.

 

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