Belmadar Rose Cottage is a fully self contained, two bedroom cottage, designed to be fully accessible to the disabled, yet available to anyone. Situated just 5 minutes from Singleton – “The Heart of the Hunter”, we offer you a peaceful base when exploring the HunterValley, or somewhere to relax on the verandah with a good book and a cup of coffee or glass of wine.

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There is a fully equipped kitchen, fridge, microwave oven and small stove, with no under bench cupboards for full wheelchair access.

In the bathroom everything is arranged to be fully accessible. Hobless shower, grab rails in the shower and beside the toilet, hand basin and mirror at accessible height. There is also a hair dryer and washing machine. We understand the hassles of travelling or holidaying for the disabled, we therefore have a standard commode/shower chair, hoist and electric Hi-Lo bed available to make your stay easier. All towels and linen are supplied.

Situated:17 Belmadar Way, Singleton, NSW Phone (02) 6571 2157 Customer ratings 5/5

"Belmadar Rose Cottage was a great place to stay - well located, clean, and tidy, had all the facilities needed and the proprietors were very welcoming and helpful also. My well behaved pets were welcome guests. We have stayed there twice already and will be returning and recommending it to our friends - in a word - FANTASTIC!" - Vic, Jan 07

The accommodation was excellent. There is attention to every detail for wheelchair users. It was the best wheelchair-friendly accommodation I have been to. Nothing is missed from a terrific wheelchair-friendly bathroom to benches that you can wheel under. I could go on and on about how wonderful it was. It was very clean, the people were lovely and the cookies left for you were beautiful, I don't think I left a crumb. We loved it and will be back. Melissa QLD Oct 2006

Vale David Sullivan

I am sorry to advise that David Sullivan longtime committee member and past president of PwMS Vic Inc, and one of the longest serving MS Ambassadors, died peacefully in his sleep on Friday 13th January after an extended battle with cancer. David put a great deal of effort into the cause of people with MS and people with chronic disabilities. In addition to his work for  MS David was also a long term member of the executive committee of Australians for Disability and Diversity Employment. David was a truly gentle man and a close personal friend. He had lived with MS for nearly 30 years. He will be remembered as someone who put aside his own trials to focus on working for people with MS.
Nigel Caswell - President PwMS(Vic) Inc.


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