Great holiday - as usual!
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Powerchair
I first stayed at Leuchie in January 2010 and have just returned from my 13th holiday which must say something! I have MS and know I will be cared for as much as I need or want, be treated as an individual and not as 'patient', be able to spend time with my Leuchie pals in a relaxed, stunningly beautiful and welcoming house ('house' doesn't quite cover it!). I'm so glad I have my Leuchie breaks to look forward to - thanks to everyone who makes them special.
Transport & Parking
Passengers can be dropped off right outside the main entrance with parking adjacent. Leuchie has it's own accessible mini-bus and wheelchair-accessible cars.
There are automatic doors at the main entrance with level access to all parts of the ground floor. The public areas are spacious with wide doors. There are lifts to the gym, treatment rooms and bedrooms on the lower ground floor and to the upstairs lounge and bedrooms on the first and second floors. There is ramped access from the rear of the building to the grounds and wheelchair - accessible 'woodland walk'.
There are 2 accessible loos on the ground floor - both are spacious enough to accommodate wheelchairs and carers, if neccessary. They are kept clean and tidy and both are fitted with grab rails and overhead tracking hoists.
From the booking & admin team, reception staff, carers, nurses, physiotherapists, drivers, cooks, therapists beauticians and the volunteers - nothing is too much trouble to make your stay more enjoyable.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
I would recommend Leuchie House to anyone who has care needs. I found it a bit daunting at first but I'm so glad I have Leuchie in my life.