Luxurious one-bedroom bungalow set in an idyllic rural landscape. Views of neighbouring islands across the sea. ideally suitable for a disabled person accompanied by an able-bodied partner, companion or carer. Perfectly suitable for able-bodied folks too!
Cressex is situated just seven minutes drive from the Pentland Ferry berthing port in the quaint village of St. Margaret's Hope. The village has two pubs with food service, a bar, a local produce cafe, two convenience shops including post office (with a cash facility). There is also a community garden, blacksmith Museum Art Gallery and Craft shop.
Cressex Lodge is approximately 3 miles away from the renown archaeological site ‘Tomb of the Eagles’.
Experience the quality of life in a rural haven, as a peaceful base to explore Orkney from. Whilst Cressex Lodge has all of the essentials for a trouble-free and relaxing holiday we also provide a complementary welcome hamper of Orkney produce.
Cressex Lodge is fully wheelchair accessible.
The single bedroom can be configured with twin beds featuring electronic five-part adjustable frame beds or alternatively it can be configured as a double bed option.
A principal feature of Cressex Lodge is the high quality disabled adaption wet-room shower, high pressure water system, fold out shower seat, grab rails, luxurious underfloor heating.
There is a fitted kitchen with labour-saving devices including a combined washing machine and tumble dryer, dishwasher, refrigerator, microwave and food processor together with ample storage. Sundry items such as pepper, salt, sachets of mustard and source together with cling film, kitchen roll and foil are also supplied.
Cressex Lodge benefits from Wi-Fi.
In the lounge there is a 42 inch flat-screen television with free-view provision. A leather settee provides comfortable seating together with a fully functional electronically operated orthopaedic recliner and riser chair.
From the dining area you can view through patio doors scenes of beautiful sunsets across the sea over the neighbouring island of Hoy.