Accessibility

Mansefield House is a four star self-catering holiday home, sleeping up to 12, overlooking Loch Long & the Arrochar Alps, Loch Lomond 2 miles. In the heart of the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park, it is the perfect spot from which to tour magnificent Argyll & the Isles, or head to bustling Glasgow, Stirling or Edinburgh.

Mansefield House sits in an elevated position on a hill, with a gradual approach.

The house sleeps up to 12 people in 5 bedrooms, one being on the ground floor with as ensuite, low level shower tray.

The house was built in the 1860s, but has been fully refurbished to make it a real home from home.

We look forward to welcoming you. If you have any queries or require any assistance please phone 01301702956 / 07958771106 or email stay@mansefieldhouse.co.uk.

Pre-arrival Information

  • For full details and maps of how to reach us please see the directions section of our website. Alternatively, you can plan your journey by car or public transport using www.transportdirect.info; simply enter your postcode and ours, which is G83 7AX to get directions.
  • The B road at the bottom of the garden is quiet, with a pavement the entire length.
  • You can arrange to have shopping delivered to the House from ASDA, Waitrose, Tesco or Sainsburys.

Key Collection, Welcome & Car Parking

  • The key will be on the doorstep for your arrival
  • We will pop round to say hello and make sure you have everything you need once you have settled in
  • There are 4 large sandstone steps leading up to the front door
  • There is parking available for up to 5 cars in the private gravelled drive

Entrance to the Property

  • There are 4 wide sandstone steps leading up to the front door with no ramp and no hand rail.
  • There is no designated parking for guests with disabilities
  • There is a drop-off point for guests immediately outside the main entrance
  • There is a secondary access point through the patio doors, parking in the rear Gallery car park
  • The route from the Gallery parking area to the patio door is across grass and patio slabs, with one threshold step into the games room.

Halls, Stairs, Landing, Passages

  • The hall, stairs and landings are well lit with ceiling lights
  • Emergency lighting activates in the event of a power cut
  • The ground floor has traditional wooden floorboards throughout, with occasional rugs
  • The first floor and stairs are covered by short pile carpet.
  • The original Victorian staircase is steep and turns 180 degrees half way up, with kite shaped treads, and a wooden handrail on one side
  • There is a small step up into the kitchen (5 cm)
  • There is level access to the downstairs double bedroom, which has an en-suite shower room and WC. The shower tray is low level (5cm)
  • There is level access to the sitting room and dining room
  • A small threshold (2cm) takes you from the kitchen to the games room
  • A small step takes you down from the kitchen to the utility room

Sitting Room

  • The sitting room is situated on the ground floor with level entry from the hallway
  • The room has three sofas, with a low coffee table and a higher occasional table
  • There is a widescreen TV with remote control, subtitles, a DVD player and Sky Freeview
  • Lighting is natural daylight and by night ceiling lights and standard lamps
  • Flooring is wooden with a large short pile rug

Dining Room

  • The dining room is situated on the ground floor with level entry from the hallway
  • The Victorian dining table has two three-footed legs at either end
  • There is free space around the table
  • Lighting is natural daylight and by night ceiling lights and standard lamps
  • Flooring is wooden with a large short pile rug

 

 

Kitchen

  • The kitchen is situated on the ground floor with level entry from the hallway
  • There is a small step up into the kitchen (5 cm) from the hallway
  • The kitchen table has four legs
  • There is free space around the table
  • Double sink with lever taps
  • The oven doors open outwards like cupboard doors
  • Glasses and crockery in lower cupboards
  • Lighting is natural daylight and by night ceiling lights and standard lamps
  • Flooring is wooden
  • Doorway leading to the Utility Room (with a small 5cm step down)
  • Doorway leading to Games Room (with a small 3cm step up

Bedrooms

  • There is one bedroom on the ground floor, with level entry from the hallway
  • Ground floor bedroom has an ensuite shower room with low level shower tray, wooden floorboards with a thick pile rug
  • Four further bedrooms upstairs, carpeted with short pile carpet
  • One first floor bedroom has an ensuite shower room with low level shower tray
  • Hypo-allergenic bedding

Bathrooms

  • One ensuite shower room and WC with low level shower tray on the ground floor
  • One ensuite shower room and WC with low level shower tray on the first floor
  • The main bathroom has a shower with low level shower tray, WC and roll top bath with no handrail
  • Anti-slip bath mat provided
  • Additional WC
  • The bathrooms are not fitted with handrails or shower chairs

Utility Room

  • The Utility Room is accessed via one small step (5cm) down just off the kitchen
  • Small chest freezer with top access
  • Full height fridge
  • Front loading dishwasher
  • Front loading washing machine
  • Front loading tumble drier
  • The room is lit by a three-way ceiling light
  • Flooring is slate

Garden

  • We have a paved patio area accessed via the Games Room (10cm threshold)
  • The patio garden also has grassed areas, with a paved pathway leading to the parking area, via three rustic stone steps
  • Wooden garden furniture includes two large table and bench seats, plus three wooden chairs
  • The large front garden is a 50m sloping lawn, accessed via stone steps

Additional Information

  • Trained assistance dogs are welcome
  • All areas in the house have good colour contrast between the floor, doors and walls
  • Floors are dark clouds and doors are light
  • Mobile phone reception can be poor (best reception from Vodaphone)
  • The Doctor’s surgery is a 3 minute walk from the house
  • The nearest out of hours Doctor / Minor Unjustly unit is 20 minutes drive away
  • The nearest hospital is Royal Alexandra Hospital, Paisley which is 1.25 hours drive away
  • Accessible paths and walks nearby
  • There is a non-smoking policy throughout the House
  • We do not offer 24 hour staff, or personnel who have disability awareness training
  • There are no services for guests for hearing or visual impairments