We understand that every guest has different needs and we aim to make our Little Hideaways cottages and facilities available and accessible to all our guests equally, wherever possible.
All of our Little Hideaways are wonderful places to bring adults and children with specific special needs. They each provide a friendly, safe and relaxed environment and everyone is welcome.
For allergy sufferers we provide:
- We would encourage anyone with serious allergies to contact us prior to our stay.
For the sight impaired:
- W3C compliant website/downloadable pages
- Guide dog bowls/treats/poo bags
For families with babies/toddlers:
- free equipment including highchairs, a travel cot and stair gate are available on request for guests to erect when they arrive.
- Where fire windows are present these have child proof locks with keys provided at each window in case of an emergency.
Some of our cottages are suitable for people with limited mobility as they have parking right outside the door. Some also have large walk in showers and accessible door ways. Please ask us for more information at the time of booking.
Swallows Rest is wheelchair accessible with accessible door ways and an accessible ground floor wet room.
Tern Cottage is primarily on one level (two step into the bathroom and two into the kitchen.) and some wheelchair users may find this cottage an option for their needs. Whilst on cobbles, parking is available directly outside.
Visit Northumberland has a wonderful website and can provide support to help you have all the information you need to plan and get the most out of your visit to this beautiful county, including a map view of accessible places in Northumberland. Use their website to find venues that actively welcome those who have challenges such as vision, hearing or mobility impairment, learning issues or autism.
The Visit Northumberland website also includes information about accessibility in Northumberland, including accessible trails and routes for wheelchair users and attractions that offer extra facilities.
Other great resources are the Accessible Countryside website with suggestions for for accessible green spaces and nature reserves with links to information on local taxis, organisations and facilities. Access for all also provides information about beach access north east giving free access to all terrain beach access wheelchairs.