Keil<span>( Sleeps 6 )</span>

Keil Information

  • Sleeps up to 6
  • 1twin bedroom downstairs, 1 double/twin bedroom upstairs + 1 double pull out sofa bed
  • 1 wet room, 1 bathroom + 1 WC
  • Ground floor accessibility – Visit Scotland category 1


Keil Equipment

  • All bed linen is provided
  • Towels – One bath & hand per person
  • Kitchen utensils (a full list can be provided on request)
  • American style fridge/ freezer
  • Iron with ironing board
  • Washing machine
  • Tumble dryer
  • Dishwasher
  • TV with Blue-ray player in livingroom
  • TV in downstairs bedroom
  • Docking speaker for mobile telephone or Ipod
  • Free Wi-fi
  • Hairdryer
  • Cleaning equipment
  • Clothes horse
  • Pulley
  • Welcome pack including milk, tea, coffee and biscuits


Other Equipment

  • Travel cot
  • High chair
  • Baby monitor

 



Please contact us ahead of your stay at Homelands to enquire about any additional equipment you may require.

Keil Specialist Equipment

No booking required:

  • Rise/ recline armchair
  • Invacare Ergo Medley electric profiling bed with Invacare Softform pressure relief mattress (with cot sides)
  • Guldmann H-frame ceiling tracking hoist in wet room and bedroom ( i. we do not provide slings so please bring your own, our hoists use looped slings, ii. we cannot provide training for carers in the use of our hoists we therefore ask that you are familiar in the use of hoists before using them)
  • Over bed table (height adjustable)
  • Friedland flashing doorbell
  • Vibrating smoke alarm
  • Wet room with non-slip flooring
  • Perching stool (height adjustable)
  • Toilet raiser
  • Invacare side bumpers for electric profiling bed


Additional Specialist Equipment

Available free of charge, however booking is required:

  • Etac Turner stand aid (non electric)
  • Electric stand Aid – Oxford Journey ( i. we do not provide slings so please bring your own, our hoists use looped slings, ii. we cannot provide training for carers in the use of our hoists we therefore ask that you are familiar in the use of hoists before using them)
  • Electric mobile hoist – Oxford Advance ( i. we do not provide slings so please bring your own, our hoists use looped slings, ii. we cannot provide training for carers in the use of our hoists we therefore ask that you are familiar in the use of hoists before using them)
  • Assisted wheelchair
  • Manual wheelchair
  • Infrared TV listening system: hearing aid users
  • Infrared TV listening system: non hearing aid users
  • Static bedroom commode
  • Freeway shower chair/ commode (self-propelled)
  • Freeway shower chair/ commode (assisted)
  • Shower trolley
  • Bed lever