WALES > Monmouthshire > Grosmont
Holidays for disabled in a wheelchair, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales
Sleeps: 6 (Self-Catering)Prices From: £490.00 to £630.00
- Level Access Shower
- Electric Beds
- Mobile Hoist
- Disabled Parking
- Transfer Available
- WiFi Available
A spacious adaptable three bedroom bungalow with 1 wet-room en-suite, 1 specialist bath, a large farmhouse kitchen, large lounge/diner and conservatory. Set in own pet secure grounds with large patio having views of England, Wales and our 12th century castle. Suits families of any age and equipped with everything you may use at home, local welcome pack and often forgotten extras. All linen and towels provided plus washing powders etc. Well behaved assistance and companion dogs most welcome.
Wheel In Shower
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 PROFILE bed and single sofa bed.
Door Width 86cm
Total no. of bedrooms with ensuite 
Total no. of bedrooms without ensuite 
Total no. of accessible bathrooms 
Room types available : [Single] [Twin] [Double] [Family]
Bedroom doorway width 72cm.
Height of lowest bed (floor to top of mattress) 53cm.
Distance between floor and bottom of bed base 15cm.
Bed rails are available.
Lights can be turned off in bed.
Bathroom doorway width 80cm
Height of lowest toilet (from floor to seat) 43cm
Height of highest toilet (from floor to seat) 49cm
Grab rails are available in the shower.
Air Con Transport
Disabled Parking Available
Distance to Town : 11.5
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.
We provide an extensive range of aids, specialist equipment, books and games to save you bringing them. We can offer qualified care assistance at reasonable rates subject to availability. We supply a welcome pack of essentials, milk, homemade bread, welsh-cakes, jam and eggs, all linen, towels and soaps. We can collect shopping prior to your arrival and during your stay if required. Guests are able to purchase (for charity) fruit and vegetables in season plus homemade preserves. An extensive list of DVDs is provided which can be borrowed for a small donation to charity. Extensive information on places of interest and accessible locations is provided. Own transport is highly recommended, but otherwise some outings can be arranged in advance subject to availability. A few miles away are the renowned restaurants of The Walnut Tree, 1861, The Hardwick and The Bell at Skenfrith. Many festivals take place in the proximity, particularly at Hay and the Abergavenny Food Fest.
Airport : Cardiff
Flight Time: 30mins
Transfer to the airport is available.