Welcome to Access-i

Ferme Limbort

Philippe et Bernadette Limbort vous accueillent dans un gîte spacieux où vous pourrez organiser fêtes de famille, mariages, séminaires et formations, stages ou classes vertes.

Situé au coeur de la Hesbaye liégeoise, proche de Namur et Liège, ce gîte aménagé dans une ferme en carré, se loge au centre du parc naturel Burdinale-Mehaigne et peut accueillir de 27 à 79 personnes. 

Les trois nouvelles chambres doubles, récemment inaugurées, dont deux chambres accessibles aux PMR, sont également disponibles individuellement en semaine lorsque le gîte n'est pas occupé.

De nombreux espaces polyvalents sont disponibles ainsi que des vélos et un espace de rangement pour ceux-ci


Visiter le site www.fermelimbort.be pour visualiser le gîte et tout ce qu'il offre.

La certification Access-i se base uniquement sur les espaces disponibles au rez-de-chaussée (espaces communs et les 3 nouvelles chambres) et ne tient pas compte des dortoirs et salles polyvalentes à l'étage.

Strong points

Staff
  • A reference person is present to welcome the persons with special needs.
Safety
  • The signage makes it possible to find the way and orient oneself easily.
Parking
  • It is possible to drop a person off near the entrance.
Identification
  • The building is easy to find.

Strong points

Parking
  • There is at least 1 reserved parking space less than 100 metres from the entrance.
  • The reserved parking spaces are properly indicated.
  • The reserved parking spaces are sufficiently big and horizontal.
  • It is possible to drop a person off near the entrance.
Access road from the car park
  • All the transit areas are sufficiently large.
  • There is no step to negotiate.
  • The floor is regular and free of obstacles.
  • The floor is hard.
Access road from the street
  • All the transit areas are sufficiently large.
  • There is no step to negotiate.
  • The floor is regular and free of obstacles.
  • The floor is hard.
Entrance
  • The building is easy to identify.
  • The main entrance is accessible.
  • There is no step in the entrance.
  • The passage width of the doors measures at least 85 cm.
  • The door can be crossed in autonomy.
Horizontal circulation
  • There is no step to negotiate.
  • The floor is hard.
  • The floor is regular and free of obstacles.
  • The width of the hallways is sufficient.
  • The width of the pathways is sufficient.
  • The passage width of the doors measures at least 85 cm.
  • All the ramps are easy to negotiate.
Adapted sanitary
  • An adapted toilet is available, well signalled and easy to use.
Dining room
  • The width of circulations is sufficient.
Room
  • There is a sufficiently large adapted room and its arrangement is comfortable.
  • A switch and a socket are accessible from the bed.
  • The adapted room has a private shower room with an adapted toilet.
Shower room
  • The adapted shower is equipped with a seat and grab bars.
  • The sink is accessible and it is easy to use.
  • There is an adapted toilet and it is easy to use.

Points of attention

Vertical circulation
  • There is no lift.
Dining room
  • No table allows a correct positioning in a wheelchair.
Room
  • The access to the adapted room is not easy.
Shower room
  • There is a step to negotiate to enter in the shower.
Kitchen
  • The kitchen furniture is not adapted.

Strong points

Parking
  • There is at least 1 reserved parking space less than 100 metres from the entrance.
  • The reserved parking spaces are properly indicated.
  • The reserved parking spaces are sufficiently big and horizontal.
  • It is possible to drop a person off near the entrance.
Access road from the car park
  • All the transit areas are sufficiently large.
  • There is no step to negotiate.
  • The floor is regular and free of obstacles.
  • The floor is hard.
Access road from the street
  • All the transit areas are sufficiently large.
  • There is no step to negotiate.
  • The floor is regular and free of obstacles.
  • The floor is hard.
Entrance
  • The building is easy to identify.
  • The main entrance is accessible.
  • There is no step in the entrance.
Horizontal circulation
  • There is no step to negotiate.
  • Circulation is easy everywhere.
  • The floor is hard.
  • The floor is regular and free of obstacles.
  • The width of the hallways is sufficient.
  • The width of the pathways is sufficient.
  • The passage width of the doors measures at least 85 cm.
  • All the ramps are easy to negotiate.
Adapted sanitary
  • There is a toilet with grab bars and it is easy to use.
  • The adapted toilet is easy to find.
Dining room
  • The width of circulations is sufficient.
Room
  • There is a sufficiently big room on the ground floor.
  • The room has a private shower room with an adapted toilet.
Shower room
  • The adapted shower is equipped with a seat and grab bars.
  • There is a toilet with grab bars and it is easy to use.

Points of attention

Vertical circulation
  • There is no lift.

Strong points

Access road from the car park
  • Guide-lines facilitate circulation.
  • Circulation is free from obstacles.
Access road from the street
  • Guide-lines facilitate circulation .
  • Circulation is free from obstacles.
Guide dog
  • Assistance dogs are accepted.
Entrance
  • The entrance is easy to identify.
  • The entrance is located in the logical continuation of the pathway.
Horizontal circulation
  • Guide-lines facilitate circulation.
  • Circulation is free from obstacles.
  • The location is structured in a simple and intuitive way.
Room
  • The staff is available to show the room and its equipment.
Kitchen
  • The cooking areas comprise a raised outline.
  • The knobs of the cooktop are raised.

Points of attention

Access road from the street
  • The car park must be crossed in order to reach the entrance.
Room
  • The room number is not embossed on the door.

Strong points

Access road from the car park
  • Natural or artificial guide-lines facilitate circulation.
  • There are no obstacles.
  • There is contrast.
Access road from the street
  • Guide-lines facilitate circulation.
  • Circulation is free from obstacles.
  • The path contrasts with its environment.
Entrance
  • The entrance is easy to identify.
  • The entrance is located in the logical continuation of the pathway.
Horizontal circulation
  • Circulation is free from obstacles.
  • The glass walls and doors are secured by a contrasting visual marking.
  • Circulation is free from obstacles.
  • Guide-lines in contrasting colour facilitate circulation.
  • The furniture contrasts with its environment.
  • The contrast between the floor and the walls facilitates circulation.
  • The doors contrast with their environment.
Room
  • The room door contrasts with its environment.
  • The staff is available to show the room and its equipment.
Kitchen
  • The cooking areas comprise a raised outline.
  • The knobs of the cooktop are raised.

Points of attention

Vertical circulation
  • There is no lift.
  • The lighting is not sufficient in the staircases.
Room
  • The room number is not in a colour contrasting with its environment.
  • There is at least one non-secured ramp in the logical pathway.

Strong points

Parking
  • The car park is freely accessible.
Entrance
  • The entrance is easy to find.
  • The building is easy to find.
Home
  • The institution can be contacted in writing: text or email.
  • The premises are easy to understand.
Wireless
  • Wi-Fi is available upon request.
Adapted sanitary
  • It is possible to see whether a toilet is occupied or free.
Dining room
  • The lighting is sufficient and allows lip reading.
Room
  • The staff is available to show the room and its equipment.

Points of attention

Light
  • Badly lit areas make lip reading difficult.
Room
  • There is no room equipped with an adapted fire alarm system (light or vibration).
  • There no room equipped with an adapted doorbell (light or vibration).
Kitchen
  • The kitchen is an isolated room with no visual contact to the other rooms.

Strong points

Parking
  • The car park is freely accessible.
Entrance
  • The entrance is easy to find.
  • The building is easy to find.
Home
  • The reception is located in a quiet environment.
  • The institution can be contacted in writing: text or email.
  • The premises are easy to understand.
Adapted sanitary
  • It is possible to see whether a toilet is occupied or free.
Dining room
  • The lighting is sufficient and allows lip reading.
Room
  • The staff is available to show the room and its equipment.

Points of attention

Light
  • Badly lit areas make lip reading difficult .
Room
  • There is no room equipped with an adapted fire alarm system (light or vibration).
Kitchen
  • The kitchen is an isolated room with no visual contact to the other rooms.

Strong points

Entrance
  • The building is easy to find.
Horizontal circulation
  • The location is calm.
  • The location is well lit.
Adapted sanitary
  • The toilets are easy to find.
Dining room
  • The location is calm.
  • The location is well lit.
Room
  • The staff is available to show the room and its equipment.

Points of attention

Kitchen
  • The kitchen is a room isolated from the other rooms.
  • The gas stove has no safety system.