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1317. 29 November 2019 Disabled Access Lodge in England - Ross Lodge, Cumbria

Disabled Access Lodge in England - Ross Lodge, Cumbria

Ross Lodge, Kendal, Cumbria, England

Ross Lodge

Ross Lodge is the perfect place to stay, and with just a 15-minute short drive away from the M6, it’s very accessible too. Set in attractive surrounding countryside, this detached property stands on a private elevated position, with the long sweeping gravel driveway that leads you to the magnificent, original oak front door

The enclosed grounds sit in 2 acres of lawn and woodland area. Surrounded by open pasture and grazing fields, you really do feel away from it all, yet just a few minutes’ drive away and you have Oxenholme station, on the main West Coast line. A little further on is Kendal, the gateway to the Lakes, where there is a thriving town centre of shops and restaurants, home to the famous Kendal Mint Cake and the increasingly popular annual Mountain Festival. Set between the Lake District National Park and the Yorkshire Dales National Park, you have so much to choose from. Beach 9¾ miles. Shop 1 mile, pub and restaurant 175 yards.

The cottage is accessible for wheelchair users, featuring an adapted bedroom with a twin/double bed, wet room and accessibly designed for mature or less mobile guests. You can enter from the wheelchair accessible nearby extra entrance. There are grab rails situated throughout the wet room and there is a wheel in shower and shower stool available for your use. The property has level access inside, and all of the ground floor of the property is accessible.

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