Denis Duncan House, a beautiful fully accessible cottage in East Lothian, is now open for bookings under the new ownership of the charity Leuchie House.
This stunning holiday home is situated in the picturesque conservation village of Dirleton, which nestles on the Firth of Forth, between Edinburgh and the pretty coastal town of North Berwick. The spacious self-catering cottage sleeps six people in total, two with fully accessible beds, and allows people to enjoy a relaxing stay. It has plenty of room for people living with disabilities and their families or carers to spend quality time together in a prime location.
Based just four miles away in North Berwick is Leuchie House, Scotland’s National Respite Centre, which provides short holiday breaks of between 4 and 11 nights to people living with neurological conditions such as MS, stroke and MND.
The fully accessible suite is extremely well equipped with two profiling beds, and an overhead hoist to the en-suite bathroom. The bathroom has a height adjustable wash basin and Clos-o-Mat toilet, a hi-lo bath, and a wheel-in shower. There are two additional twin-bedded bedrooms, two sitting rooms, a kitche, a conservatory, a patio and attractive private gardens.
Edinburgh and its many attractions lies just 20 miles away.
If you are interested in Denis Duncan House, fully accessible cottage in Scotland please complete an enquiry form.