All Mod Cons: Blagdon Farm

Callum March 17, 2015 0
All Mod Cons: Blagdon Farm

If you’re keen to explore the South West in comfort this summer, this accessible accommodation on the Devon/Cornwall may be just what you’re looking for…

PX 129Situated a few minutes away from the northern coastline shared by Devon and Cornwall, Blagdon Farm is the perfect base from which to explore both counties – one with numerous facilities for holiday makers that have additional needs and mobility requirements.

Blagdon Farm’s eight luxury ground floor lodges are all step-free and feature extra-wide doorways, roll-in wet rooms and accessible kitchens with low-level work surfaces and lever taps. Guests also have access to a range of comforts and appliances, including HDTVs, washer/dryers, dishwashers, fridge/freezers, cookers and microwaves.

The lodges have their own individually controlled central heating, a parking area immediately outside and a wide covered porch area that’s perfect for storing mobility equipment. Each lodge is double-glazed throughout and has a set of patio doors that open out onto a private terrace, with stunning views across the site’s own 1.5-acre lake to the beautiful countryside beyond.

Blagdon Farm’s communal indoor heated swimming pool has wide steps and an electric hoist for ease of access. The on-site licensed bar and games room are wheelchair accessible too, and there’s a wide range of mobility equipment available for hire, including scooters, wheelchairs, hoists, commode chairs, bed rails and raisers.

For further details regarding prices and availability, contact 01409 211 140, email or visit

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