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The Best of British

Disabled Holidays In Bournemouth

Enjoy the beauty of this famous UK seaside town

Disabled Holidays in Cornwall

The Best of British

The Best of British

The weather in Britain may be unpredictable yet there’s no denying for such a small country there are plenty of hidden treasures. From lush green scenery to sprawling sandy beaches and the cities in between there’s something for everyone, no matter what the accessibility needs.

Historic Attractions With Added Accessibility

Historic Attractions With Added Accessibility

There is nothing like a day out visiting some of the UK's top historic attractions and now that  has been made even easier with added accessibilty for disabled visitors.  From historic castles and breathing taking views to family friendly days out great for all ages. With activites dotted all around the United Kingdom there really is something for everyone.

Best Pamper Weekends for Wheelchair Users

Best Pamper Weekends for Wheelchair Users

If you've ever fancied a relaxing weekend away but have struggled to find somewhere that can accomodate your needs, we may have the answer.  With Spa's offering a range of treatments and wheelchair friendly rooms you to can enjoy the peace and tranquility that a weekend away has to offer. 

The Lakes isn't Just for Hikers

The Lakes isn't Just for Hikers

Why shouldn't wheelchair users be able to enjoy the beauty that Cumbria has to offer? No matter what your mood the Lakes can offer it all, from camping in areas of outstanding natural beauty to cruising on the serene Lake Windermere there is a wide range of activities making it the perfect getaway.

Land's End to John O' Groats and the Best Places In Between

Land's End to John O' Groats and the Best Places In Between

Everybody has heard of both Land's End and John O'Groats but how many can say they have visited?  Now there really is no excuse as disabled access is at it's peak.  With many scenic trails, great shopping destinations and both fun and educational museums to visit it really is a must.