Win an accessible holiday for two people in Devon or Scotland with Limitless Travel

Prize Draw

Date published: 30 Jun 17

Win an accessible holiday with Limitless TravelThis prize draw is now closed.

We are often asked here at Silver Towers about accessible coach tours, as there can come a stage in life, when the mind is willing and the spirit of adventure has not dwindled but the body is less able to cope with getting on and off a coach. Or perhaps care requirements have prevented travel away from home.

Help is at hand, and we’d like to introduce our friends at Limitless Travel – the company is run by people with disabilities FOR people with disabilities which means they better understand your requirements as a traveller. We’ve been really impressed by the caring ethos of Limitless Travel, and know that you will be in safe hands.

Our prize this month is two places on an accessible tour in 2018 to Devon or Scotland.

Win an accessible holiday with Limitless TravelTravelling by luxury, wheelchair accessible coaches, you and a partner or friend can spend 5 days discovering the delights of Devon (in May, July or September), or 6 days experiencing the breath-taking beauty of the best that Scotland has to offer (in June, August or September). You’ll be staying in 3 or 4 star accessible hotels, and there are care assistants on each tour who are there to ensure that you feel fully supported with any care requirements.

To find out more about either of the tours, visit or call 0800 069 8060. What’s more, all Silver Travellers can save 10% on bookings with Limitless Travel.

How to Enter

This prize draw is open to existing members of Silver Travel Advisor for whom an accessible coach tour would be of interest. Either post a comment on this page or on the Forum thread as to why you would love to visit either Devon or Scotland on an accessible coach tour. Members can also enter on behalf of a relative or friend who might enjoy this wonderful prize.

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Other Members' Thoughts - 25 Comment(s)

  • Mary-D
    11 months ago
    I would love to win this, my sister is always saying I wouldn't even be able to do a coach holiday now fingers crossed
  • DevonJan
    11 months ago
    As we live in Devon, we would choose Scotland as never had a chance to go there, so would be a new experience for my hubby & I.
  • Hunter
    11 months ago
    Great not to drive - just sit back, relax and enjoy the fantastic scenery.
  • Nagmom
    11 months ago
    visited Scotland years ago camping with now grown up children would love to explore more of the countryside n lochs
  • Margareteva
    11 months ago
    Never tried a holiday by coach but looking at these it would be luxury on wheels! Scotland is always a favourite destination, but so far never visited Devon. Would be a real treat..
  • you
    11 months ago
    I have itchy feet
  • june
    11 months ago
    My friend uses a walking aid but this can be difficult getting on and off with limited time on regular coaches. This could be do much better for everyone.
  • mikecox
    11 months ago
    It would be so different to go on holiday by coach.I previously was a tour coach driver for shearings tours and did many tours overseas and with UNITED kINGDOM..But when our son died from Cancer in 2009 ,aged 31yrs old ,it immediately depression and fully retired now on the isle of wight,but yes different from drivers seat to passengers seat.Yes it will be different.
  • Ruth
    11 months ago
    I would love to win this for my special parents now aged 89 and 87. It would be fantastic for them to enjoy such a treat! They have just celebrated 63 years of married life!
  • RayStA
    11 months ago
    RayStA. I hadn't heard of Limitless Travel but will now investigate. It would be a real bonus to win a break with them as my wife is an amputee with very limited mobility and cannot use any (many?) of the 'normal' coaches.
  • BobR
    11 months ago
    Would love to have a short break to either Devon or Scotland. Both very interesting and enjoyable
  • Trish50
    11 months ago
    My mum and I have enjoyed loads of coach holidays since my dad died, now however she is in a wheelchair. It would be great to win a holiday to Scotland for us both. It's somewhere we both love. I'm going to look at the website anyway. Thanks for the info about this company.
  • JSZ
    11 months ago
    I am recovering from a badly broken ankle so this sounds ideal
  • angela121262_2
    11 months ago
    I would love to go back to Scotland as I have not been there for many years, good luck to all x
  • Peridot
    11 months ago
    We live in a beautiful country and I love being shown it by the experts in style and with ease!
  • powderpuff
    11 months ago
    Sounds like these people make every effort to make the holiday enjoyable. As the carer for my disabled husband it could take the pressure of both of us!
  • watchdog23
    11 months ago
    My Daughters carer is her mum. She would love the rest Scotland can give you. The west coast has beaches that compare to the Bahamas for lovely long clean sandy beaches and in the gulf stream for warmth during the summer. Hills are beautiful but she would struggle to get up them due to her health. The weather is a dream whether it is sunny and warm and can be just beguiling when it rains. Fantastic.
  • Stoughtontraveller
    11 months ago
    Would love to win this for my parents,who are both 90. If they won they could get to see their great-grandchild in Devon.[ He has a very poorly mummy, they cannot come here].
  • Alscot71
    11 months ago
    As someone with limited mobility, this sounds like an ideal holiday for me to share with my husband. I absolutely love Scotland, but have had very limited experience of Devon. Either holiday would be great xx
  • highlandwhite
    11 months ago
    I have pmr so this would be wonderful for me xx
  • Piarri
    11 months ago
    I would love to send my sister and her hardworking Carer on the holiday to Devon, an accessible holiday would suit her needs perfectly and a sunshine break would do her a power of good.
  • ffynnonwen
    11 months ago
    Would love Devon. Diverse countryside from north to south, wonderfully scenic. Lovely food and cider, I could go on and on, but simply hubby and I would love this. Many years since we visited Devon.
  • Nieceysays
    12 months ago
    I love Scotland for the scenery the fresh air and the beautiful places. It's some time sine I was there but I have wonderful childhood memories of holidays spent in Scotland and long to go back
  • Deliah
    12 months ago
    Absolutely fabulous luved liked and shared fantastic prize, I haven't been to Scotland ever, and Devon for a long time, would love the opportunity x
  • Bst16
    12 months ago
    This sounds a fantastic holiday l would love to win this for my hubby and myself.Scotland or Devon would both be fantastic l myself love Scotland went there in March with my friend met some lovely people my hubby has only been once so l am sure he would love it He could have a rest from driving l unfortunately do not so good luck to all .x