About Our Chalet
The Chalet, Holidays for All is situated on a working farm on the East coast of Scotland. It began as an idea for a holiday chalet, but this quickly grew into an idea for a chalet to accommodate people with disabilities so everyone can access the countryside. James and Kay Gilchrist applied for a farm diversification grant from Tyne Esk Leader and were overwhelmed at the amount of support they received to get this project on the market.
They were awarded a 50% grant which has allowed them to design and build their chalet to meet the needs of guests who struggle to find holiday accommodation with excellent facilities in a beautiful setting. James and Kay want their guests to have a relaxing holiday where they can enjoy the countryside and experience daily life on the farm.
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The master bedroom and en-suite wetroom are fully accessible through the use of our Prism ceiling track hoist system. Guests must bring their own sling to use the hoist. Panic alarm fitted in this room.
Spacious area with shower, sink and Clos-o-mat toilet with wash/dry facility. Hoist system allows access all around the room. Lowered shaving socket with large mirror and panic alarm at two points.
Room for 6 guests
Two other bedrooms have the option of being a double or twin room which allows for carers to come with a family if necessary. Both rooms have built in storage.
Adapted kitchen which features lowered microwave, oven and worktop. Roll out units can be removed from the sink and hob to allow for wheelchair access.