Accessible accommodation for groups in the Peak District

Accessible Group Accommodation in the Peak District

 

Lane Head Barns is a quiet secluded location offering accessible group accommodation. Morridge View is a large luxury wheelchair friendly barn conversion providing an excellent accessible holiday escape for groups. Mixon View provides additional luxurious space for larger groups. In Morridge View there is a ground floor double bedroom with ensuite wetroom and the whole of the downstairs is level. There is level access from a flat courtyard where cars park adjacent to the properties.

 

5 or 6 bedroom cottage with accessible facilities

 

Morridge View sleeps ten in five bedrooms and Mixon View sleeps two in one bedroom. So a group of 12 could book the whole site with Mixon View being an ideal bolthole for members of the group who would like time away from the main party.

The whole site is peaceful and secluded so is ideal for those who need a calm, quiet environment to relax in. Immerse yourself in the solid oak and original stone of the old barn and watch the flames flickering in the fire. Open the doors and windows to hear the birds singing and sheep
bleating.

Wheelchair friendly accommodation in the Peak District

 

Morridge view is ideal for groups of ten where one or two members of the party cannot manage steps and stairs. The ground floor double bedroom is large enough for a wheelchair user to move
around comfortably. Leading off the bedroom is a spacious ensuite roll-in wetroom with grab rails, adapted fittings, freestanding shower chair, toilet frame and low-level mirror. The whole of the ground floor of Morridge View is level with oak flooring and plenty of room for a
wheelchair user to move around. To the rear is a large, secure, level terrace, accessed via a ramp.

Read the Accessibility Guide for Morridge View here.

 

Peak District accessible holiday

 

The Peak District is the second most visited National Park in the world. It’s famous for its peaks, moorland, dales, woodland, pretty villages and waterways that provide stunning landscapes to explore. But these attractions can seem daunting to those with access needs. Fortunately, we have a wonderful organisation, Accessible Derbyshire, that works across the whole of the Peak District. Supporting better access and bringing together all the information you need to get out and about in Derbyshire and the Peak District.

Why choose the Peak District for your accessible holidays?

 

Accessible Derbyshire is the first port of call to find out about accessible places to visit in Derbyshire and the Peak District. Here are a few highlights.

The  Monsal Trail  is a traffic free route for walkers, cyclists, horse riders and wheelchair users through some of the Peak District’s most spectacular limestone dales. Hassop Station cafe, which is on the trail, has level access throughout and there are disabled toilets on site.

Accessible Buxton includes Pavilion gardens, conservatory, café, retail shop, art gallery and the newly refurbished Octagon Hall where there are regular events.

Ladybower Wheelyboat provides mobility impaired people with the opportunity and freedom to enjoy open water.

For places to hire an all terrain wheelchair or a mobility scooter in Central England, including many locations in the Peak District, please visit Debbie North’s site.

Sophie Morgan, TV presenter and disability rights campaigner, came to stay at Morridge View and had a wonderful time exploring accessible places in the Peak District. Read her blog here.

 

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