Download accessibility statements for each caravan, it's site and surrounding area here (Zelda, Tailah and Jubilee coming soon)...
When you arrive at any of our sites, you will find a dedicated parking space to the right hand side, when viewed from the front, that is suitable for most WAV's.
Access is via a ramp at all caravans, up to a deked terrace.
Entry to the accommodation is through a door of minimum 90cm wide and we also provide a threshold ramp stored just inside the main entrance.
There is smooth, level access throughout, with sliding doors to bedrooms and wet rooms. In Wilbur, Eldo, Rose and David, internal doors are 75cm wide, at all other locations they are 85cm wide.
The master bedrooms are larger than you would normally find in a static caravan with a single profiling bed as well as a standard double bed and 2 double wardrobes, and 4 USB charging points. There is also a full room coverage overhead track hoist system. This room is easily reconfigured to give best access to meet your specific requirements.
For bathing there is a large wet room, thermostatic controlled "super powerful" shower with extra long hose and a wheel in shower chair. There are fixed hand rails in the shower area, and by the sink, with 1 fixed and one drop down rail by the toilet.
Although all of the galley style kitchens can be accessed easily by a wheelchair user and are at least 90cm wide, the units are standard height for use by an able-bodied person, except at Chapel St Leonards, Selsey, Newquay, Prestatyn and Burgh Castle where they are in a lowered position.
There is a large storage box outside, which houses the mobile hoist and beach wheelchair at Caister on Sea, Burnham on Sea and Chapel St Leonards, and can be, and has been, used for storing specialist breathing equipment and oxygen tanks, all sites are happy to receive on your behalf at reception ready for when you arrive.