i wanted to reply to your post , i am afraid I haven't stayed in a flat but I have stayed twice for a fortnight on the rooms. THe rooms have en-suite bathrooms so i am sure the flat will have its own bathroom, and maybe a kitchenette. If not a kitchen then there is a small fridge in each room , enough to store medicine and a pint of milk or a couple of cans of drink. there is a kitchen and dining room at the end of each corridor, not far at all.It would be worth you ringing up and speaking to the patient hotel to see if there is any chance of a flat, or otherwise if there is any way you can be put in rooms next to each other. In the rooms there are two beds and another bed that swings out from underneath one of them. I can't see why you couldn't all sleep in the one room,(unofficially) even if it means bringing in a mattress from the other room into the one you will share, and having the little one sleep on the mattress on the floor, while the ten year old sleeps on the swing out bed and you and your hubby have the two single beds.... Just a thought
Aged 47, dx EDS 3,POTS, Coeliac, breast cancer 2002. I have 4 children: son 14 - HEDS & Coeliac, daughter 25 - HEDS, POTS, pernicious anaemia, daughter 27 - HEDS, Behcets syndrome, also daughter 22 & 3 grandchildren unaffected as yet.