Disabled Friendly Hotels in England
The United Kingdom comprises the countries of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, each with their own cultural identity, proud history, capital cities and areas of natural beauty. England, which borders Scotland in the North, Wales in the West and is separated from Europe by the sea in the South and East, has a large number of cities abounding with life and culture, beaches all along its coast, rural areas with picturesque villages and sites of historical interest throughout.
Disability awareness has been actively encouraged in the UK, especially for hotels and tourism. This means that most major attractions, tours and touristic locations have wheelchair access, and often other aids for disabled, such as hearing loops, signage & information in braille, reserved parking spaces for disabled and even ancient buildings have been fitted with lifts to allow access for wheelchairs and people with limited mobility.
Hotels with disabled adapted rooms can be found in all the major cities, main towns and even in remote countryside. Equally, wheelchair accessible taxis are available everywhere in the UK if booked in advance. With a little preparation, all of England is accessible to all, and you can have a fantastic holiday wherever you want to go.
South West England
This 4 star resort located in the centre of Bath holds beautiful views alongside luxurious facilities. With built in Wheelchair friendly activities from spa’s to trips around town, this outstanding hotel has it all. With ground access and wheelchair ramps available at every opening it’s easy to get to the[…]Read More »
This 4 star B&B is located in the picturesque village of Probus in Mid-Cornwall in the South West of England and offers a ground floor disability friendly suite. Deep in the heart of the Cornish country side, Probus is a short drive to spectacular beaches, the beautiful Roseland Peninsular and the world[…]Read More »