Bradbury House is a self-catering, accessible holiday home with three bedrooms and a hot tub, set on the side of Trevassack Lake in south west Cornwall.
Bradbury House is one of six accessible holiday home properties run by the not-for profit charity, Childrens Sailing Trust who also run accessible watersports activities on Trevassack Lake. The staff welcome all abilities and are specially equipped to help those with additional needs.
This beautiful timber clad holiday home welcomes all with state-of-the-art equipment available to make things more manageable if you have limited mobility.
The large, open plan living-room is spacious and modern with a vaulted ceiling and under-floor heating. Big picture windows fill the space with light as the room opens up in front of you to the view of the lake where you’ll find a hot tub and a huge deck overlooking the lake.
The kitchen-area is not only fully equipped but variable height for your self-catering stay. There’s also a handy laundry/store room by the front door, ideal for soggy swimwear.
Bedroom 1 is a large room with a choice of luxury twin beds that can be zipped together into a superking double and its own en suite wet-room. This room can be made fully accessible if required, with the option of an electric profiling bed for the less mobile and a top-of-the-range electric ceiling hoist can be provided to allow easy movement between rooms.
Next door, Bedroom 2 has comfortable twin beds that can be set up as a luxurious 6ft double if you prefer, but is perfectly placed to act as a ‘carer’s room’ if you need someone close by in the night.
Bedroom 3 can be found on the other side of the living-room with a lovely view, a ‘zip and link’ bed that can be a twin or a large double. It is next to the separate additional shower-room.
The Trevassack Lake site also has an accessible cafe with balcony seating.