Here at Thatch Close Cottages we aim to provide a quality, peaceful and relaxing stay for our guests, regardless of whether a guest is able-bodied or requires some level of accessibility support.
Here are some key questions regarding accessibility and how to find out more information as to how Thatch Close Cottages can help you.
- What is the accessibility support for each cottage?
- I need to understand the details of the accessibility in a specific cottage to ensure it meets my requirements via your Accessibility Guide.
- What accessibility facilities & equipment is available for me to use in each cottage?
- What support is available for an assistance dog?
- Where can I go in the area that is accessible?
Everyone's accessible requirements are different
We understand that everyone's accessibility requirements are different. Please do call us to discuss your own requirements, especially if the informaiton on the website does not specifically answer them. We want to ensure that the cottage is totally suitable to meet your needs.
OLDER AND LESS MOBILE GUESTS
If you can climb a flight of stairs, but banisters or grip handles would make this easier, look out for this logo.
PART-TIME WHEELCHAIR USERS
If you have problems walking or can walk a maximum of 3 steps, or need to use a wheelchair some of the time, this logo applies to you.
INDEPENDENT WHEELCHAIR USERS
Similar to the international logo for independent wheelchair users. If you're a wheelchair user and travel independently, look out for this logo.
ASSISTED WHEELCHAIR USERS
If you're a wheelchair user and travel with a friend or family member who helps you with everyday tasks, this logo applies to you.
ACCESS EXCEPTIONAL LOGOS
Access Exceptional is awarded to establishments that meet the requirements of independent wheelchair users or assisted wheelchair users and also fulfill more demanding requirements.
VISUALLY IMPAIRED AND BLIND PEOPLE 1
If you have difficulty reading small print, are registered blind, have poor sight or a visual impairment, accommodation with this logo is suitable for you.
VISUALLY IMPAIRED AND BLIND PEOPLE 2
An exceptional level of facilities and services that would be suitable for anyone with a visual impairment from mild sight loss to having no sight at all.
HEARING IMPAIRED AND DEAF PEOPLE 1
If you have a slight hearing difficulty, are deaf, wear a hearing aid or have a hearing impairment, look out for accommodation displaying this logo.
HEARING IMPAIRED AND DEAF PEOPLE 2
An exceptional level of facilities and services that would be suitable for anyone with a hearing impairment from mild hearing loss to profound deafness.