Accessible Accommodation around the UK

Date published: 12 Mar 15

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Companies and Properties around the UK which offer accessible accommodationHere at Silver Travel Advisor, we are frequently asked questions about limited mobility and accessible travel. We are firm believers in helping silver travellers to get out and about and to enjoy themselves. Whether this is a day trip or a holiday, the emphasis is on solutions and ways to help. 

The following list is offered by way of suggestion and information that we hope will be useful to you. It’s accurate to the best of our knowledge, but we cannot be held responsible for any errors. If you can’t find what you are looking for, simply contact us at [email protected] and we will do our best to assist.

Companies with good facilities for limited mobility guests

Forest Holidays

Forest Holidays offer forest based cabin holidays with some cabins suitable for thosewith limited mobility. They also accept dogs.

Hoburne Holiday Parks

Hoburne Holiday Parks have six sites which cater for disabled persons: Devon Bay, Naish, Blue Anchor, Hoburne Park, Cotswold and Bashley.

Parkdean Resorts

Parkdean Resorts have caravans, lodges and touring options available at 67 UK coastal, country and lakeside locations. Accommodation adaptations can include external ramps, wider corridors, more spacious bedrooms, sliding interior doors, bathroom handrails, a raised toilet base and fold down shower seats. Each location may offer slightly different properties.

Original Cottages

Original Cottages offer properties around England and Wales, with several allowing pets too.  Check the accommodation has all that you require before you book.

Regional properties with accessible facilities

Hotels and services for the disabled in Eastbourne

This is a list of hotels in Eastbourne suitable for disabled persons.

The Grove Hotel, Bournemouth

The Grove in Bournemouth is a unique hotel offering a holiday retreat for cancer patients and those with life threatening illnesses. Carers, families and friends are all welcome.

Bond Hotel Blackpool

Bond Hotel state "All our care packages, which are delivered by expertly trained and friendly staff, are tailored to suit the guest and the level of care they require. We cater for those with physical and learning disabilities, those with mental health needs and individuals with hearing and visual impairments." Fully accessible cabaret every night. See full article

Maison des Landes Hotel

Maison des Landes Hotel in Jersey has been catering for guests with all manner of disabilities since the 1960s. They endeavour to provide everything guests may require, from electric beds to ceiling hoists, as well as wheel-in wet rooms and a large, readily accessible hydrotherapy pool.

Coldblow Farm

Coldblow Farm offers a range of holiday accommodation on top of the Kent Downs (also a riding school). Caters for couples, or small to large groups, including those in need of accessible accommodation for wheelchairs.

Sunnymeade Guest House

Sunnymeade is a dog friendly guest house with a large enclosed garden near Woolacombe, Devon. With disabled friendly accommodation, can cater for all guests in comfort.

Merton House Holiday Hotel

Merton House in Herefordshire is for the elderly frail and people with disabilities. It claims to be ideally suited for guests requiring the use of a wheelchair.

Woodsedge Cottage, Kirkennan Estate, Scotland

There are no steps inside Woodsedge, and a fully accessible bathroom complete with grab rails and a wet room, an adjustamatic bed and a variety and plentiful supply of seating, to suit all mobility needs. A mobility scooter is also available for use on the estate. See full article.

Park House Hotel

Park House Hotel, Sandringham is a fully accessible hotel with adapted rooms and a really good range of equipmemnt to ensure disabled visitors are cared for to the highest level.

A few further UK properties that are accessible, including an assortment of cabins/cottages, even yurts! Read more. There are further helpful suggestions here, although we do recommend talking to property owners or hotel managers to be sure you will have everything you need for your holiday.

Enjoy the Rough Guide to Accessible Britain for many fabulous ideas and suggestions for exploring or days out.


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