Keil Lodge -2 bedrooms, sleeps 6
Keil, a pet friendly lodge with free Superfast Wifi, can sleep up to 6 people with two double/ twin bedrooms and a double pull out sofa bed in the living area.
Pets: Up to 3 pets are allowed in Keil Lodge (a small charge per pet per week applies)
Electric Vehicle Charge Point:- Electric vehicles currently cannot be charged at Keil Lodge, we do have a 22kw public charge point available at the Paxton Centre which can be operated via the Chargeplace Scotland App.
Bedroom 1 on the ground floor features a Guldmann H Frame tracking hoist*, an Invacare Medley electric profiling bed with airflow mattress, a standard 3ft single divan bed, overbed table and TV. There are extra wide doors into the bedroom from the wide corridor to allow access to the wetroom and a set of double sliding doors to allow access from the bedroom into the living room. There is also a door from the bedroom allowing access to the outside patio.
Full Wetroom with Guldmann H Frame tracking hoist* and accessible toilet with easy access from Bedroom 1.
Open Plan Kitchen / Dining / Living area with access via double doors to a small patio with garden furniture overlooking the gardens. The living area includes a double sofa bed, rise recline chair and 40" smart TV, the dining table will seat 6 in comfort and there is a full kitchen including an American Fridge Freezer, Induction Hob, Electric Oven, Microwave and Dishwasher.
Utility Room housing Washing Machine and Tumble Dryer
Second accessible toilet
Spacious Porch area large enough to store mobility scooters and any other mobility aids you may require.
Bedroom 2 on the first floor features a ziplink bed which can be made up as a super king bed or twin beds depending upon your preference, the room also features a Velux Cabrio balcony window with magnificent views to the firth of forth
Separate Bathroom with Bath and shower over bath
*Please note we do not provide slings for any of the hoists we provide, therefore clients must bring their own (our hoists require looped slings), in addition we are unable to provide any training on the use of our hoists therefore ask that anyone wishing to use the hoists is familiar with their operation.