Wide image of the soft play area in Meadow Cabin

Bedrooms

With 5 bedrooms and 10 beds, Meadow Cabin is just the right size for all but the biggest group. With their wooden floors and exposed beams around the walls, the bedrooms really do capture that cabin-living feel. Large windows flood the rooms with natural light and while each room is different, they still feel warm and inviting.

One of the bedrooms in Meadow Cabin, with an adjustable bed and seen in warm sunlight

The bedrooms are situated either side of a central corridor on the ground floor and have been designed from the outset to meet specific needs in their different configurations. Ceiling hoists, adjustable beds, hand rails and attention cords feature in some rooms.

The ground floor central corridor in Meadow Cabin, wide enough to manoeuvre even the largest wheelchair

The ground floor central corridor in Meadow Cabin, wide enough to manoeuvre even the largest wheelchair

An above-bed ceiling hoist which runs all the way through to the bathroom, facilitating movement.

An above-bed ceiling hoist which runs all the way through to the bathroom, facilitating movement.

Features found in all bedrooms include full ensuite facilities with wet room showers, comfortable seating, mid-level and accessible power and shaving points, large, mid-level multiple light switches situated in convenient positions and mid-level door handles. All rooms are, of course, fully heated.

Mid-level, easy use switches and en-suite facilities are in every bedroom

Mid-level, easy use switches and en-suite facilities are in every bedroom

Meadow Cabin doesn’t skimp on the features that disabled people need, it doesn’t skimp on comfort and it doesn’t skimp on ambiance. Being out in the countryside doesn’t mean roughing it.