Croft Bungalow accessible holiday cottage is an award winning wheelchair friendly self-catering cottage in the heart of the Peak District. Sleeping up to 4 people, it has been adapted for small parties and families with accessibility needs.  It has level access, open plan, with wet roll-in WC & Shower, an optional pop up sensory room, and a range of accessible equipment including a hoist and electric profile bed. Outside is private off-road parking, a private sun trap patio, open country views and an award winning wheelchair friendly sensory garden.

Accessibility
Croft Bungalow has been especially adapted to provide accessible and inclusive self catering holiday accommodation.

It’s adaptations include the following:

  • Level access throughout
  • Wet roll-in bathroom
  • Extra wide wheelchair friendly doorways to every room
  • Free use of mobile hoist, riser-recliner chair, electric profile bed (with memory foam mattress). Wheeled showerchair/commode.
  • Visually impaired friendly paint scheme
  • Grab-rails and transition bars throughout the bathroom
  • Wheelchair friendly mirrors
  • Close up private off-road parking (30 metre drive with shared gate at the top and pedestrian access for next door down the driveway)
  • Large sensory garden with wheelchair friendly path and open country views

Sensory Garden
Our sensory garden has an 85 metre wheelchair accessible track which meanders through the flowers beds that are filled with scented plants, including different types of mint and lavender which attract countless birds and butterflies.

The grasses providing a tactical experience in our sensory garden too, as well as the statues and water feature.

The is garden furniture, including a wheelchair friendly picnic table and BBQ for guest to use, making it the perfect place for relaxation and to watch the wildlife.

Click here to see a 3D virtual tour.

TOG Says …

“Croft Bungalow welcomes guests with disabilities and we are delighted to welcome Croft Bungalow to the TOG Family. Croft Bungalow is ideally located for many of our wheelchair accessible walk in the stunning beautiful Peak District National Park.”

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