Snowdonia-Cottage

Self catering Access Statement

Tal y Waen- The House

Approach
The cottage is approached by a good road. The nearest bus stop is a mile away down a steep road 

Entrance
Car parking is 10 metres from front door with a 30 cm step up to front pedestrian gate (80cm wide) and concrete and slate path (95cm wide) to front door with 13cm step up to front door ( 79 cm wide). There is an overhanging branch some 175 cm above the path. The path is lit at night. Back Door to garden has 7 cm step  

Internal Circulation 
Doorways are 61-76 cm wide and there is a 5cm step between the kitchen and dining room and between the sitting room and kitchen and therefore approach to utility room/downstairs toilet and shower. Access through kitchen to backdoor, utility room and dining room is 66cm wide. Sitting room is carpeted as are stairs and upstairs. Kitchen, dining room and utility have hard flooring 

Toilets/Shower 
There is a downstairs toilet, basin and shower with doors 68cm wide and a step up to them. Upstairs bathroom has bath with hand-held shower 

Stairs 
There are 11 stairs with 22cm risers and 26cm treads with handrail. All bedrooms are upstairs and two have only bunk beds 

Seating 
Most seating is moveable 

Controls 
Most switches and power points are between 900 and 1200cm from floor There is a low level oven. Raeburn hotplates have to be lifted up. Remote controls for TV, Video DVD and Music system  

Bedding 
Quilts and pillows are non-feather 

Fire 
There are heat and smoke detectors with audible alarms  

Dogs 
Assistance dogs are welcome 

Telephones 
There is reception for all mobile phone networks in the property although the thick stone walls make it variable throughout the property  

Gardens 
The gardens are multi-level with uneven stone steps 

Help 
Owners live next door and we will do our best to prepare for before arrival and assist with any special needs guests may have. We have tried to be as accurate as possible with this description but please ask if your particular question is not answered.

 

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