At Le Pas Opton, our aim is to make the park and its activities accessible for all. So if there is any kind of disability or issue that might prevent you from fully enjoying your holiday, please let us know: we will do our very best to work with you to overcome every challenge.
Here are some of the ways we can help…..
The Printemps villa and Beechwood mobile home are adapted to be accessible for wheelchair users. Both have a wetroom, ramped access and doors that are wide enough for most wheelchairs. Floorplans and photos can be found by clicking on the links above.
Our luxury tents are also popular with wheelchair users – there are no steps and the doors are wide. If not occupied to capacity, it is possible to enlarge the size of a bedroom, to create one large space, or two rooms.
For those who can get in and out of a wheelchair and walk a few steps, you may find many of our mobile homes are accessible, although mobile home internal doors are too narrow for a wheelchair. There is ramped access to reception and marquee, and level access to most facilities. The bar is reached through automatic sliding doors.
Both our shower/toilet buildings offer accessible showers and toilets, plus a lowered washing up sink.
We can reserve a wheelchair for you locally: ask us for more details.
OTHER PHYSICAL DISABILITIES
Some guests come to LPO needing special equipment such as a hoist or a lifting bed. We can advise you about renting these locally. Likewise, we’re happy to advise or make local enquiries about anything from dialysis to specialist food deliveries.
Renting oxygen cylinders, sourcing special foods for those on peg tubes, arranging dialysis at local hospitals – these are among the many situations we know how to deal with for you.
People of all ages with learning difficulties are very welcome at LPO. In early June each year we even host a special holiday for adults with learning difficulties and their families or carers. Some of our team members have experience and training in this area.
CHILDREN WITH ADDITIONAL NEEDS
There is a full programme of activities on offer for children and young people from 0 to 18. Some children may need additional support to help them access the programme. We recognise that the needs of each young person are different, so please talk to us in advance so that we can make the best arrangements we can.
The number of team members working with each age group is limited, so we are not usually able to provide one-to-one care. We encourage parents to stay with their children until both they and our programme team are confident that the child can be properly supported.