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Disability Holidays

Creative Residentials Supported Holidays

01482 781863


Once in a Lifetime Holidays in the UK and Europe

Creative Residentials Trusted Supported Holidays and respite residentials for adults with mild to moderate learning difficulties or disabilities, the over sixties (honourable elders), and adults of all ages who prefer to holiday with a mixed group of new friends with close attention. Watching sunsets, steam trains or waterfalls while drinking hot chocolate under tartan blankets, music and creative workshops, nature activities, and socialising are a part of every supported holiday. The spirit of the holiday begins with receiving your tickets and a Land Rover journey.

Ref: DHG110LD


  • Limited MobilityLimited Mobility
  • Learning DisabilitiesLearning Disabilities
  • ElderlyElderly
  • CarersCarers

All Inclusive Holidays

Our supported holidays are family environments where all contribute to the week: many people have fun doing exactly that which often excludes them – living a life where they add value to others, chipping in with the cooking and so on.

With individual pick-up or group collection and transfer throughout the UK by Land Rover or minibus, daily projects and excursions included through your stay and versatility of sleeping arrangements in individual rooms, twins, or doubles. We can accommodate many needs of the lesser mobile; those who need above and beyond personal care to ensure hygiene are advised to speak with us about their needs or bringing a dedicated carer (whom we can accommodate at a discount).

With welcome reception, postcard with stamp ready for you to write, home cooked food, cream teas, village life, short walks, and daily excursions. Members of the music group Route 66 frequently join us for music workshops – recently shown on ITV. 

Door to Door/Transfers

Collections or transfers can be arranged nationally otherwise holidays depart from York, Hull, Leeds, Harrogate, Bradford, Sheffield, Lincoln and other points of the north-east, south-east, south-west, and north-west. Train collections can be arranged for individuals to be met at station by Land Rover, or national Land Rover or minibus door-to-door collection and drop-off for groups.

We also work closely with local area authorities and social service providers to provide holidays and respite nationwide, especially for groups, and can be customised to your dates and preferred region or area.

The staff is CRB checked and known to us which means you have assurance of being in safe hands: with innumerable decades of collective staff expertise, pre-qualification and ongoing training. The team specializes with adults with learning difficulties, Down's Syndrome, autism spectrum, cerebral palsy, dyspraxia, ADD/ADHD, mobile elders and those with more manageable physical disabilities: 24 hour staff availability, with medication timing support, responsiveness to special dietary needs and assistance with money management.

Here's What Our Guests Say...!

"In November we went on a week’s holiday to the Isle of Wight.  We stayed in a large house, taking 11 people in our minibus.  It was a very challenging week, in a positive way:  I helped prepare and cook the dinner, which I’d never done before (I have cerebral palsy).  We went out every day to see different places and had cream teas and lunch.  Before we had our dinner some of us went on sunset walks.  It’s a week I’ll never forget – it was very enjoyable!" Peter Wadforth, Isle of Wight

"I went with Creative Residentials to North Yorkshire, in the Land Rover; I sat up front with John for the drive there.  We drove up into the country to stay in a large country school house.  I do volunteer work for the Creative Residentials supported holidays so we did some training first – I’m their ambassador as I go on most holidays and I like to meet new people.
It was a quiet and a relaxing weekend and we went out every day to different places; we also did some music sessions for a few nights. 
The rest of the week was really good in the house which slept eleven people.  On the Saturday night we all went in the village pub around the corner from the house, and had tea.  The rest of the week we cooked our own meals.  We went to see the steam trains, drove to Staithes on the coast and saw Captain Cook’s house, bought kippers in Whitby, walked as best we could in the country, and visited Goathland where Heartbeat was filmed.  It wasn’t a good week – it was a suburb week!"
Peter Wadforth

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