Families of children and young people with additional needs can now take a relaxing break in a lodge at an Isle of Wight holiday park.
The Isle of Wight Council’s Short Breaks team have secured a specially adapted lodge at Nodes Point Holiday Park which is available all year round to families eligible under the Short Breaks scheme.
The lodge has been adapted to include two large bedrooms, wheelchair accessible ramp, a roll in shower, alarm sensor and safety equipment. It also has a large TV complete with DVD player, a fully equipped kitchen and an outside decking area.
The lodge is available to families under the Short Breaks scheme and sleeps a total of six people. Prices range from £40 per night to £75 per night with a maximum four night stay. The costs are lower than a typical lodge on the resort and cover essential costs only, meaning it is non-profit making.
Families who book the lodge also benefit from access to Nodes Point resort entertainment facilities including indoor swimming pool with waterslides, direct beach access, adventure playground, amusements and evening entertainment.
For more information on the lodge and to book a stay, eligible families should contact Kelly Quinn on 823168 in the Short Breaks Unit, or by email to [email protected]