We stayed at Tamarack for our ninth spring week this year.
The lodge is very disability friendly and plenty of spaces for up to 12 persons, although some would be on fold-out beds (8 for 'normal' beds, 6 is probably the 'downstairs' limit for people with mobility issues, with 2+ carers sleeping upstairs). As well as being spacious, it is well equipped and set out, with a separate bathroom for the upstairs bedroom, wet room for the twin bedroom downstairs and an en-suite for the main downstairs bedroom. There is a log burner stove. we turn the underfloor oil-fired heating right down or off and rely mainly on the log fire in the evenings. Very comfy.
The location is very secluded but easily accessed. The Holman and York inns are a couple of miles away, as is the community shop in Churchinford.
The area is very pretty, with plenty of walking paths and accessible open spaces. The area is quite hilly, but there are plenty of 'flat' walks possible nearby, including Otterford lakes, Chard wildlife reserve, etc.. Or, drive to one of the coasts 20 or so miles away, or one of many National trust or private tourist properties.
The lodge fits in very well with the surroundings, convenient, tidy and clean, without going overboard. Be adventurous or just laze around, this is a very special place. The owner is friendly. The lodge was designed by the owners brother, a qualified architect with wheelchair needs, so anybody in a wheelchair will find the raised fridge and freezer, legroom under the sinks and work surfaces, wetroom, etc. very accessible.