What is the value of an Access Statement?
To be recognised within the VisitBritain Quality Assessment Scheme holiday cottage owners must provide an adequate Access Statement which is a mandatory part of the quality assessment scheme. The access statement is intended to provide a clear, accurate and above all honest description of the accommodation, current facilities and the services on offer. This allows potential visitors to make an informed decision as to whether the property and services meet their needs. We would rather decline your reservation request if we feel the cottage would not be suitable to meet your needs.
The Access Statement goes further by helping to manage expectations by providing a statement of intent and a commitment to providing quality to a guest experience. The value to guests is that anyone with a specific access requirement will certainly benefit from the clear and informed detail about the property.
Please click on the relevant access statement to open and download the document.
Please do contact us if you wish to discuss any specific requirements or have any queries - large or small.
We want to ensure that the cottage meets your needs.
Note The Dairy Access Statement will be made available as soon as The Dairy has been converted.
What levels of accessibility are at each cottage?
- Inglenook Cottage has M1 accessibility
- The Byre has M1 accessibiity
- The Dairy will be converted to have M2, V1 and H1 accessibility.
What do these levels of accessibility mean?
Below is a summary of the national standards of accessibility. Which one (or more) meet your requirements?
The access statements for each cottage outline in detail what is provided to support the criteria for each standard.
Do call us to discuss your needs.