Wheelchair accessible specialist accommodation
All of our accommodation is wheel chair accessible and we also have high dependency beds and hoists for those young people with more complex needs.
Both the The Yurt village and the main George Amey Centre have fully equipped kitchens. Our catered stays offer healthy, balanced and filling meals that are cooked fresh on site daily and we are proud to hold FSA Food Hygiene Rating 5. We are able to cater for all dietary, religious and allergy requirements.
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Types of accommodation available
Our bunk rooms have recently been completely refurbished and are simple but comfortable and have blackout curtains to help residents sleep after their busy sessions of activities. There are 8 bunk rooms, which can sleep up to 45 people. (Three rooms of 8, three of 6 and one each of 2 and 1)
We have a wheelchair accessible bunk room with a wet room and shower chair. Some of our rooms have bathrooms and some have toilets. There are also additional male and female toilets with shower facilities as well as a disabled toilet.
Our Yurt Village is a traditional Mongolian design, brought up to the 21st Century. Hand built, the structure is wooden framed with canvas covering and the space between is filled with natural sheep fleece and Mongolian horsehair insulation.
There are four bedrooms around a central main communal yurt. The bedroom accommodation comfortably sleeps 25 and there is capacity to sleep 3 additional people on futons in the main room. The main room has a bespoke built kitchen with electric oven, fridge, freezer, microwave, kettle and toaster, sinks with hot and cold running water and all the pots and pans, crockery and cutlery you need.
The two main bedrooms have sets of bunk beds sleeping 10 in each with an en-suite toilet and sink located just off each room. There are two smaller rooms which each has an accessible/high dependency bed and a set of bunk beds which can be used for additional sleeping or for staff
The buildings were designed with accessibility in mind and are regularly used by groups of young people with additional needs who have found the accommodation comfortable, calming and creative.
In the summer months we also have a fun camping ground located around a central fire pit and bench seating. This makes a perfect environment for young people to experience camping, the joy of safe campfire, cooking schmores, telling stories and singing songs.
Booking the centre for a residential is easy. Accomodation can be booked from one night minimum.