Meadowsweet Bungalow is in Argyll, Scotland, with wonderful views and huge variety of scenery. Comfortable, newly-refurbished self-catering bungalow in spectacular scenery, accessible for wheelchair users, and with specialist equipment for disabled guests.

The self-catering property is nestled in a peaceful location in Kilmartin Glen above the Kintyre peninsula in west Scotland, where you can hear the buzzards and the migrating geese overhead. The wheelchair-friendly bungalow boasts an array of wildlife nearby. From April onwards a cuckoo calls from the nearby woods. Also in summer there is a hare that frequently visits the garden. In between the months of April to September swallows gather on the wires behind the house. The house is located in Moine Mhor, part of Kilmartin Glen. It is close to Crinan, Crinan Canal and Kilmartin, which is known for its award-winning museum and fantastic café.

Activities close by include boat trips, gardens, lochs & coastlines to explore and prehistoric sites to see. The tourist towns of Oban and Inverary are within a short driving distance. Lochgilphead and its excellent shops are five miles away. There is an array of pubs, hotels and restaurants in the area. The surrounding roads are rather quiet and level, meaning that wheelchair users could go out and explore the local area and its wonderful scenery.

Meadowsweet provides all the things that you need for your stay, including all bed linen and towels, heating and a wood-burning stove for the cold nights. We have even provided towels to dry dogs, if you have one with you.

The information folder in the house tells you a lot of things you may need to know, including the location of nearest shops, doctors and dentists. Look in here for information on use of the hoist. There is also a box of information on local things to see and do, and accessible restaurants to visit.

We have a level drive, plenty of parking space and a ramp into the house. The house has been recently renovated, and provides a relaxing holiday for everybody in the party. Equipment in the house;

  • Theraposture profiling bed
  • Oxford Mini 140 hoist
  • Freeway titling shower chair
  • Wheel-in wet room with low basin, raised toilet with two drop-down rails, grab rails in the shower area.
  • Wide doors throughout the house, wheelchair-friendly floor coverings
  • Dual-motor riser-recliner chair
  • All bed linen and towels provided
  • Oil heating and electricity included
  • Riser/recliner chair
  • Ramp for wheelchair access to conservatory
  • Heated towel rails
  • Washer/dryer
  • Dishwasher
  • Tea towels
  • Dishwasher tablets/ laundry gel/ liquid soaps provided
  • Tea and coffee provided
  • Kitchen roll
  • Welcome basket and bottle of wine included
  • Microwave
  • Wood-burning stove
  • Complimentary basket of logs, and firelighters and kindling
  • Wide doors
  • Non-smoking
  • TV with BluRay, DVD and CD player, and BT TV
  • WiFi
There is WiFi, BT TV and Netflix for our guests, and a wood-burning stove.
Our views are outstanding, and there is plenty to see in the area – beaches, a canal used by many yachts in the sailing season, hills and woods, prehistoric remains, museums, lochs.

The accessible property is well equipped, creating that ‘home from home’ feeling. The living room is spacious and contains a wood burning stove, TV with BluRay DVD and a CD player. New this year – we have WiFi connected to satellite broadband. The living room also features a double sofa, matching chair and – also new this year – a double-motor riser-recliner chair. Adjacent to the living room is the dining room which has a table seating 4-5 people (which can also be extended to seat 6+ people).

The modern well-equipped kitchen features all the essentials you will need during your stay.

The property has two shower rooms. One is a wheel-in wet room, with two grab rails, and a stool in the shower area. There is a Freeway T80 tilt-in-space shower wheelchair with lidded commode. The wet room is equipped with an accessible basin and a raised toilet with a two drop-down support rails. The other shower room has a shower, basin and toilet. Please note this second bathroom is not accessible for a wheelchair user.

There are three bedrooms in the property. The first has a super king-size double bed, which can also be made into two singles (please advise when booking.) The second bedroom comes equipped with an electric Theraposture profiling bed with two rails on each side which can be raised or lowered. There is also a battery powered Oxford Mini 140 hoist – guests must please bring their own sling. There is an additional single bed in this room. The third and final bedroom is a small room with a single bed, slightly narrower than a standard single (2’6”) but the normal length. A cot can also be provided. There is a mattress and a sheet for the cot, but please bring the bedding for your baby. Please advise well in advance if you require the cot.

The conservatory boasts wonderful views of Dunadd Fort. There are 2 shallow steps into the conservatory, and there is a folding suitcase ramp which can be put in place to enable a wheelchair user to go into the conservatory through the double doors that open into it from the house. The patio can also be accessed by a wheelchair user from the path at the front of the house.

Pets

One well-behaved dog is welcome for an additional fee of £15, but is not allowed on the furniture or beds. Your dog is not to be left alone in the property, and guests must bring the dog’s bed, food and dishes. Old towels are provided for drying your dog! (It sometimes rains in Argyll….)

Visit www.meadowsweetbungalow.co.uk to see more pictures of the house, surroundings and equipment.

If you have any questions about the property, please email: ruthbebb@btinternet.com or call: 07813 321731 / 028 9042 4675