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Holidays for disabled in a wheelchair, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales

Grosmont, Darlington, United Kingdom
£455 to £595
* From / Per week


Sleeps

6


Description

gradient driveway from road to level parking area through double gates. Main access is gained from the car parking area and ramp via the rear patio through low threshold double doors into the conservatory, then via ramp and handrail into our large well equipped farmhouse kitchen or the ramp can be moved to allow direct access through sliding patio door into the large yet cosy lounge diner. The second access is from further along the patio into our specialist en-suite wet-roomed garden-room with electric bed and single sofa bed.. Approach is by tarmac driveway from the main village road and widens to a flat parking area in front of the four shallow steps to the front porch door. The driveway continues through a wide pair of metal gates to a large flat parking area suitable for two vehicles. A concrete ramp with hand rail accesses the new large rear patio with solid wooden furniture, umbrella, BarBQ and security lighting. Paths with wheelchair access go around the very large garden which has interest all year round

Facilities

  • Airport Transfer
  • Disabled Parking
  • Electric Beds
  • Manual Beds
  • Manual Hoist
  • Oxygen Hire
  • Scooter Hire
  • Wheelchair Hire
  • Wheel In Shower
  • Wifi

Location

Just inside the Welsh border, Homefield is but 200 ms from the centre of Grosmont, a quiet historic conservation village with a 12th century castle, one of three close by. In the village centre is the church which has an important large Medieval nave, a pub/restaurant, and general shop/Post Office. Set on the side of the River Monnow Valley, close to the Wye Valley, Vale of Usk and the Brecon Beacons. Our location is equidistant from Hereford, the city whose cathedral holds the Mappa Mundi and the Chained Library, Abergavenny the market town and Gateway to Wales and the historic county town of Monmouth with its covered bridge.
From the patio and garden there are views of the castle, Garway Hill in England with history of the Knights Templar and of Ysgyryd Fawr, the Skirrid or holy mountain in Wales. The Abbeys of Tintern, Llantony and Dore are all close by, as are Ross-on Wye, Symonds Yat and the Forest of Dean, Hay-on-Wye the book town and the Mon-Brecon canal.

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5.00 (Based on 2 reviews)

by Marjorie Dunne

Homefield is Home from Home

My family and parents spent a week at Homefield, Grosmont this summer and had a wonderful time. My stepfather is disabled and we chose Homefield as it is accessible. My parents bedroom had an electric bed, accessible toilet/bathroom and access directly onto the garden. The accommodation is homely, clean and spacious. The garden is delightful and we would admire it daily often dining outside. Lynn the owner is very friendly and helpful. We were welcomed by her home baked bread and welshcakes, they were delicious! There is a local shop and pub close by that we frequented and a wonderful ruins called Grosmont Castle that our kids loved (free to get in!). I thoroughly recommend this bungalow! We have booked two week ther next summer as we enjoyed it so much!

by Barbara LAWRY

A nice Welsh welcome

This lovely cosy bungalow and its surroundings are highly recommended for visitors who would appreciate a 'home from home' relaxed environment, with the added benefits that any family member with mobility limitations are very well catered for.. My husband has mobility restrictions having survived a stroke, and the easy access wet room or the option of a specialist bath were excellent facilities.
Ramp access made the conservatory, garden and patio all very accessible, and meant that everyone could enjoy morning coffee outside in the garden to enjoy the lovely weather we had for our week break.
The owners (Lynn and Tony) made us feel very welcome, and the welcome goodies of home produce was a lovely gesture. The bungalow is spotless and very well equipped, and we wanted for nothing. The village shop and pub are in walking distance, - and don't miss the opportunity to venture up to the castle ruins. With Hereford and Abergavenny in easy reach by car, there are some lovely places to visit, and the scenery across the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons is breathtaking.
We found this an ideal location to re-charge our batteries, and would love to come back.

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