It’s genuinely important to us to make The Beach House as accessible as possible.

Our space has two bedrooms, one of which is suitable for wheelchair users.

We are working on our full Accessibility Guide. In the meantime, here’s a quick summary of what to expect as a wheelchair user – what’s good, what’s bad, and what could be better (or depends on your precise needs).

This won’t cover everything; please ask us anything else.

Getting in and around the property

  • Ramped access to main front door - 1:8 gradient
  • Ramped internal acess through to kitchen and accessible bedroom
  • Disabled parking
  • Main door opens manually and can stick

Oyster Catcher - large bedroom

  • Room to manouever
  • Wet room with walk-in shower
  • Fixed grab rails around toliet and shower
  • Door width 745mm - narrow, but fits most powerchairs
  • High pedestal toilet
  • Difficult/impossible to fit wheelchair in the bathroom

Curlew - small bedroom

  • Step down into room
  • Little room to manouever
  • Handy for a carer


  • Access room around washing machine
  • Induction hob
  • Oven door slides under
  • Door width 745mm - narrow, but fits most powerchairs
  • Can be tricky to turn into
  • Tumble dryer in narrow pantry
  • We can help with laundry if you're having trouble with access

Talk to us

If you have any questions at all about accessibility (or anything else!), just call or email us – whatever you find easiest.