Residentials at Barnstondale

RESIDENTIALS AT BARNSTONDALE

Log Cabins

Our beautiful and comfortable Cabins are the genuine article. Sourced directly from the USA, the land which made an art form of the log cabin, our accommodation will make your stay at Barnstondale memorable from the first moment you see them. After all, who hasn’t dreamt of staying in a log cabin by the woods?

We have three log cabins – Pine, Orchard and Dale –  all of which have en suite facilities. Each cabin has an upstairs area (accessible by lift) for your exclusive use, which includes a large assembly/activity room, kitchenette and toilets. All cabins have wheelchair access and lifts to upper floors. Rooms can accommodate 2- 6 people.

Dormitory-style accommodation

Wirral, our Dormitory-style accommodation at Barnstondale is a great solution for groups who enjoy the simple comforts of staying in dormitories. The boys’ dormitory sleeps 18 and the girls’ dormitory that sleeps 17.

With separate leaders’ rooms (sleeping two), shower rooms and the use of the conference room during your stay, this accommodation doesn’t mean skimping on your Barnstondale experience.

Whether in stand-alone use by a group, or as an overflow area for a very large group from one of our cabins, our standard accommodation will provide you all the basics you will need during your stay.

Meadow Cabin for additional needs

All our cabins are wheelchair friendly and have lifts to upper floors. However, Meadow Cabin is our newest Cabin at Barnstondale, having only been built in 2011.

Externally it has the same rustic, inviting look as our other cabins but inside it has been purpose-built to cater for users with severe disabilities.

Meadow Cabin sleeps 10 people, including carers in twin bedded, en suite rooms.  It offers a wide range of facilities including hoists, profiling beds and an adjustable high changing table. As well as a fully-fitted kitchen, including dishwasher and washing machine (enabling groups to be self-sufficient if preferred), it also has the added benefit of a soft play area and sensory equipment on the ground floor. On the first floor (accessible via lift or stairs) is a beautiful large room completely for the use of the resident groups.

 

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