Verified by us – If you’re looking for a wheelchair accessible lodge in Aberdeenshire, in a peaceful countryside setting, take a look at Hill of Maunderlea Lodges. We had a fantastic, peaceful stay in Oak Lodge and enjoyed some of the paths around the woodland (ideal for mobility scooters and wheelchairs with off-road power attachments). The viewpoint has absolutely stunning views, the sunsets are incredible, and the birdsong is beautiful. We spent an awful lot of time sat relaxing on the deck with a cuppa, overlooking the pond, watching the world go by! Everything in the lodge is finished to a fantastic standard, and Lorraine was really helpful before and during our stay.
Whether you’re wanting to just relax and enjoy a bit of peace and quiet in lovely surroundings or wish to explore the enormous range of activities in Aberdeenshire, Moray and Speyside, this wheelchair accessible lodge at Hill of Maunderlea offer the perfect accommodation for your Scottish holiday, whatever the time of year.
All four of our luxury lodges have panoramic views over surrounding countryside and coast and are positioned far enough apart as to afford their occupants privacy.
There are winding walks through the trees and ‘sit ooteries’ from where guests can enjoy the views, watch out for squirrels and listen to the wild birds’ song. There’s also a path around a lovely pond, and a play area with standard equipment for children.
Each wheelchair accessible lodge can accommodate up to six guests and are equipped to the highest of standards, a perfect base for exploring Aberdeenshire. They are extremely cosy, with under-floor heating provided by air source pumps.
The accommodation is on two stories:
Ground floor (wheelchair accessible): One double bedroom (king size bed), large wet room with shower, toilet (right hand transfer) with drop down grab rails, open-plan living/dining/kitchen area.
Upstairs: Double bedroom with balcony (king sized bed), twin room and bathroom with bath.
Lodge appliances include:
Internet access, HDTV/ Blu Ray, Freesat, fridge freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, hob and oven, microwave, toaster – all low energy appliances.
Also available (please ask when booking): Raised toilet seat, standard shower chair, blocks to raise the divan bed to allow space for a hoist underneath (hoist not supplied). Cots and high chairs are available on request.
There is no smoking allowed in or near the lodges.
Pets: Well-behaved pets allowed
Access Guide: accessstatement.pdf (aberdeenshireluxurylodges.com)
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A wee note from Accessible Holidays Scotland: Verification provided by a manual wheelchair user. I found I could easily access all of the ground floor through the wide doors. All rooms are spacious with plenty of turning space, though I did move the living room coffee table to give easier access to patio doors. Please see the access guide for detailed accessibility info.
A wee note: There’s a large lip from patio doors to decking, so I preferred to access it from out of the main door where it’s completely level. See our video review here)