“Bellavita bath lift that is battery powered and helps guests in and out of the bath and also can be put in a reclining position too to enjoy the bathing experience more. This is light and easily lifted in/out of the bath, as well as being secure. Suction grab rails around the bath (as shown used in the wet room). Also what you cannot tell in the photos, but are visible on inspection are :
* Guests in a wheelchair/using the shower seat, can use the hand held controls to shower and use the lower recesses for their toiletries, whereas able bodied can stand and use either the ceiling shower or the wall/hand shower and use the higher recesses for their toiletries.
* The shower in the wet room can be switched on/off automatically by the remote control on the wall between the shower and toilet. It has a thermostatic control so guests cannot be scalded. Guests can then enter the shower, tweak the red/blue controls to get the water to the right temperature. Then when they exit the shower and switch off at the remote control, the temperature is automatically set at that same level for the next time they come to use the shower.
* There are demister pads in the long mirrors which come on automatically via the movement sensor in the ceiling which also automatically switches on the almost silent (rather than often noisy) extractor fans in the bathroom.
* The shaving sockets and lighted magnifying mirrors at the heights to support the two level sinks, which have lever handles (as does the bath)
* There are doors at either end of the bathroom so guests can access directly from the bedroom or the kitchen.
* The bathroom door locks are easy to use for those with less nimble hands and have remote access from the outside.
* There are bars on the inside of the doors to aid pulling shut the bathroom doors
* There towel rail in the wet room has bars at 3 different heights
* There are hooks to hang towels as per standard height on the back of the door and at a lower height just outside of the the shower
* The whole bathroom is contrasting black/off-white throughout to aid guests with visual impairments too.
* Non-slippery wet room slate surface
* Non-slippery Karndean surface in bathroom area.”
That seems to cover everything! It looks well designed and in-keeping with the cottage style. They get 2.5 BBS Ticks