Bramwood Holiday Bungalow is located on the Gower Peninsula close to Swansea, South Wales.

The bungalow is designed to accommodate wheelchair users, disabled or accompanied disabled people. It has been renovated to allow easy access around the property and includes rooms comprehensively adapted to enable a guest of limited mobility to stay in comfort.

Bramwood was originally adapted for our son who is a wheelchair user who is affected by Cerebral Palsy. The Bungalow is situated in ¼ acre of its own gardens, and down a peaceful, quiet tree lined lane in the hamlet of Pitton on the slopes of Rhossili Downs.

We also have our very own beach Waterwheels floating chair so everyone can enjoy the seaside.

Accessibility
Our spacious bungalow fully equipped for you to enjoy a stress free holiday. Bramwood Disabled Holiday Bungalow includes latest equipment from leading manufacturers including ArjoHuntleigh all provided to aid your stay. An extensive range of equipment is provided and the bungalow and gardens are fully accessible.

We want you to enjoy your holiday and we have equipped the bungalow with the following equipment to
help make life easier. Before your visit, you can fill in the booking form stating your needs. We can source equipment that you require and have them in place for when you arrive.

The bungalow has the following equipment:

  • ArjoHuntleigh Lisa floor hoist.
  • Different spreader bars suitable for clip slings or Oxford loop slings.
  • ArjoHuntleigh clip slings are available in different sizes for dressing & bathing.
  • Universal bath mesh sling, Oxford loop, is in bathroom & is washable throughout the week.
  • Gerberit Aquaclean+Care toilet fitted.
  • Range of shower chairs, commode chairs, bath boards and wheelchair available.
  • External access to the garden.
  • Ramped access.
  • Level access flooring on ground floor.
  • Accredited Disabled Access.

Things To Do
There’s plenty to do around the area, whether it be to a walk in one of the parks in Swansea, or a visit to Singleton Botanical Gardens.

You may fancy a trip to the capital city of Cardiff or just enjoy a very pleasant walk down to Mewslade Bay through one of Gower’s oldest farms and along a woodland path – a walk that is right on our doorstep.

We worked with Swansea Tourism and Council to get the Changing places facilities in Wales, on a beach location. We have our first a Caswell Bay to support Surfability. Swansea is now leading the way with 6 Changing Places toilets.

TOG Says …

“Suzanne knows only too well the difficulties faced for people with disabilities when choosing a place to stay on holiday and that is why Bramwood Accessible Bungalow makes a perfect place to stay. Beautiful walks with stunning scenery. It’s a thumbs up from AccessTOG”

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