Created from the original stone and slate wagon house, Honeypin is bright and spacious, and unlike the other cottages, its accommodation is on a single level. It’s wide door openings and level wooden floor offers easy access for wheelchairs, plus a good space for visitors who may need extra support getting around.
Our cottages are equipped to a high standard, thoughtfully furnished for a home-from-home break, and Honeypin is no exception.
Our cottages are equipped to a high standard, thoughtfully furnished for a home-from-home break, and Honeypin is no exception. Both bedrooms have en-suite, level access wetrooms with support rails. A shower chair is available on request. The comfortable pocket sprung beds are made with 100% cotton linen, with room beneath for a hoist if required (check local mobility centre details). A fully electric single bed is available in the second bedroom, beneath an upper bunk, plus an electric rise-and-recline armchair in the living room.
It is possible to park a vehicle adjacent to the front door of the property, with level access through a wide door opening, into the open planned living area. From the paved patio there is access, through a gate, to the games room and heated swimming pool (with hydraulic hoist and raised sides for easier accessibility). The swimming pool and sauna facility is bookable by guests, offerings the opportunity to exercise in private surroundings.
For larger family groups and able-bodied visitors, we have 4 cottages very close by. Mulberry sleeps groups of 6-7 family members, whilst Gillyflower overlooks our back meadow and offers greater privacy. We are promoted by the National Autistic Society.
Having worked at a Camphill Community, my husband and I understand that peoples’ needs vary considerably. We are more than happy to discuss your particular requirements for a relaxing holiday, so please feel free to phone or email to check that our facilities are right for you.