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Wheelchair Friendly Cabin


we designed this cabin with wheelchair travellers in mind

Features include

  • low transition entry door

  • 36" wide door entry

  • wheelchair turning radius in all rooms on the main level

  • grab bars in the shower and next to the toilet

  • wheel in shower with wand

  • shower seat

  • floating vanity at 27" height 

  • angled mirrors in bathroom 

  • 42" spacing between kitchen cabinets

  • primary king room on main floor with platform bed, full length mirror and 2 level hanging bars in closet 

  • lightweight barn door 

  • lever door handles 

  • outdoor space level with small hard packed crush


**waterfront only accessible by stairs**

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our why

Heather, owner and visionary of this unique timber /\frame cabin had a vision to offer a high-end unique vacation rental to everyone.

Everyone includes those with limited mobility as well. 

In Heathers tween years her grandfather, Andy, suffered a spinal cord injury (c4-c5) in a tragic mining accident, which left him a quadriplegic. 

Andy never let his injury stop him. He traveled every chance he got, but the limitations of where he could stay were the biggest challenge. Knowing that 

Heather's parents converted their French River waterfront home to be wheelchair friendly and Andy loved every minute spent there, especially basking in the sun overlooking the view of the French River.

Heather wants to provide those with similar disabilities with the same opportunity her parents offered her grandfather.

The primary king room has been named Andy's room in honour of her amazing grandfather.

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