In relation to all our properties and to ensure that the accommodation and location is suitable for visitors with a disability, it is recommended that you contact us with full details of your needs prior to booking.
Craigmore by virtue of its situation is unsuitable for severely physically disabled persons requiring constant use of a wheelchair. There is access by car to within 5 metres of the back door which is approached via 11 steps with a sturdy handrail. The rooms are spacious and there are spectacular views from two reception rooms and the master bedroom making it suitable for those less mobile – but who can manage some steps. There is a downstairs shower room with WC and hand basin. The master bedroom can be en-suite, and the second bathroom is approached down one step. The stairs are wide with a sturdy handrail.
The Porthole is an independent building built into the hillside, the roof being part of the patio and garden of the main house. On arrival at the main house there are 16 steps with a sturdy handrail down to the Porthole where we will carry your luggage. There are no steps in The Porthole itself. In front of The Porthole stands your private decking veranda. This leads to a decking staircase at the bottom of which is your private car parking space. It is therefore unsuitable for those who find steps difficult although if necessary and by prior arrangement access and parking can be via the main house.