Accessible Holiday Cottages Catering For a Wide Range of Disabilities

Looking for a holiday cottage with accessible spaces and facilities for people with disabilities? Choose from a wide range of _accessible holiday cottages _in the UK that offer a range of facilities for guests with disabilities ranging from level access and ground floor bedrooms suitable for the elderly or infirm to wheelchair friendly wet rooms with shower seats, hoists and hi-lo beds for profoundly disabled guests. Each Accessible Holiday Cottage listed in the Accessible Cottages pages on My Favourite Holiday Cottages has indicated that they offer accessible facilities for accommodating self-catering guests__

The facilities in the holiday homes listed here will vary and may not necessarily may cover every disability in the book. Contact a holiday cottage's owner or click through to their website to check the Access Statement for any accessible accommodation in which you are interested to ensure that their facilities meet your needs. An Access Statement should contain details about steps, floor surfaces, lighting, door widths, shower seats etc. If in doubt about the suitability of a cottage, use the enquiry button on each cottage advert to e-mail your questions or give the owner a ring. Their phone number is displayed, allowing you to contact them directly.

112 cottages found. 112 match all criteria.

Coriander is a quaint and welcoming detached barn conversion with WiFi near Dartmoor in West Devon sleeping 6 people in three bedrooms with shared swimming pool and fishing lakes. Pets welcome.

Escape to the country! Large Dog friendly Chestnut Cottage with WiFi on the peaceful Sherrill Farm Estate near Tavistock in Devon sleeps 8-12 in 4 bedrooms (+ sofa bed) with shared pool and private hot tub.

This stunning large dog friendly 5-bedroom house with Wi-Fi, large gardens and woodland near the seaside resort of Westward Ho! in North Devon dates back to the 12th Century in parts. It is full of charm and style, with every care taken to ensure it's guests have the most relaxing holiday imaginable...

Stable Cottage is a stylish Devon holiday cottage with acres of space set within the extensive grounds of Highbullen Hotel and Country Club estate, enjoying all the first class facilities available to guests in rural surroundings near South Molton. The cottage sleeps 6 in 3 double bedrooms plus a fu...

Once a hop brewery, this 15thC Grade II listed barn has been converted to create a large and attractive Cotswold holiday cottage in an idyllic rural village location near Cirencester. Greyhound Barn sleeps 16 guests in 8 bedrooms (all en-suite). Pets welcome.

Luxury riverside pet friendly holiday cottage located close to the picturesque village of Fort Augustus on the banks of Loch Ness.

A large seaside island holiday home with hot tub in Cumbria near Ulverston and Barrow-in-Furness and within easy reach of the Lake District, Roa Island sleeps 17 in 7 bedrooms at the southern tip of the Barrow Peninsula. The house has its own observation tower with sea views across Morcombe Bay.

A tastefully furnished, large and pet friendly Grade II listed holiday home sleeping 22 in 8 en suite bedrooms on the coast near Dunster in rural West Somerset. Perfect for family celebrations, reunions and days out on local beaches and Exmoor.

Large, pet friendly Wiltshire holiday-let house with Wi-Fi & hot tub in secluded rural location near Stonehenge, Marlborough, and Avebury Stone Circle. Avebury House sleeps up to 18 people in comfort with a spectacular kitchen, Long distance country views and a large fireplace for the winter. Perfec

Accessible facilities range from step-free level access for those who need to avoid steps to those able to cater for guests with profound disabilities and their carers, with track hoists, specialist bedroom and bathroom equipment and accessible gardens. Do not forget to consider the drive and garden of a holiday property. Is their level access to a terrace or patio? How far is it from the drive to the front door?

Many owners with accessible facilities in their cottage are also likely to have a good working knowledge of accessible places to visit on holiday, from wheelchair friendly trails in the country to leisure facilities such as swimming pools and cinemas. They will be more than happy to give advice - so just ask! Most owners should also be able to provide information about local businesses from which to hire special equipment, such as a chair hoist, or wheelchair. This is very helpful if you simply don't have enough room to carry or fit all you need into a vehicle. Give an owner a ring or just email an enquiry containing your questions.

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