Information in the “Disabled Access Holidays” Category
Exceptional holiday accommodation for people with disabilities, their families, friends and carers, located in the heart of beautiful rural Dorset in the peaceful hamlet of Woolland, Ellwood Cottages are outstanding conversions of three traditionally built barns, in a courtyard setting.
Visit their website to download the Ellwood Cottages brochure
Revitalise Holidays For Disabled People & Carers
Revitalise is a national charity providing respite holidays to disabled people and carers. Revitalise has three fully accessible centres around the UK, offering accessible excursions, live entertainment, daily in-house activities, 24h on-call nurse-led care, fully accessible facilities and full board.
Hampton Court Holiday Park
Hampton Court Holiday Park is a small friendly family run holiday park set in the heart of the beautiful area of Pembrokeshire and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in West Wales. Providing wheelchair accessible log cabin holidays for the disabled.
"Challenging Disabiliy Through Adventure" The Calvert Trust has 3 adventure activity centres in the UK. Exmoor, Kielder & the Lake District. They offer a wide range of accessible activities, holidays, school trips, courses for carer's and much more.
Please visit their website for further information.
CanalAbility are an award winning charity dedicated to providing the facilities for disabled people and people with special needs to enjoy boating on the river on our specially adapted canal boats.
Have a day out or a weekend break and enjoy a great experience exploring the Rivers Stort and Lee, through the Essex and Hertfordshire countryside.
The Bruce Trust
The Bruce Trust is a registered charity providing specially-designed, purpose-built, wide-beam canal boats, for hire for self-catering, self-steer holidays by disabled, disadvantaged or elderly people along with their family, friends or carers.
Providing canal boat holidays for disabled, disadvantaged or elderly people.
European Network for Accessible Tourism
ENAT is a non-profit association for organisations that aim to be 'frontrunners' in the study, promotion and practice of accessible tourism.
The ENAT website contains travel resources, information about European Destinations, event listings and much more.
Rough Guide To Accessible Britain
Great days out have never been so accessible, The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain is a FREE oinline travel guide which includes over 200 ideas for worry-free days out, reviews, hints and tips for disabled visitors. All information is grouped by 10 regional locations so you can easily find somewhere to go.
DisabledGo provides detailed online access guides to a huge range of places that you will want to visit. Places include, cinemas, shops, hotels, colleges, restaurants, tourist attractions and many more...
To get up to date information about a huge selection of places throughout the UK please visit their website and download their information guides.