accessible break

Cosy Cabin in England

Matlock, a town famous for its Victorian spa and spinning industry introduced by Sir Richard Arkwright, not only boasts many desirable things to do in the Peak District but a cosy country cabin with fantastic accessible characteristics. The spacious two-bedroom log cabin enjoys a host of accessible features including:

  • Wheel in shower
  • Visual aids
  • Wheelchair access
  • Wheelchair ramps
  • Hoists available
  • Electric bed
  • Hearing facilities
  • Grab rails
  • Shower chair

This cosy cabin goes the extra mile by offering Pressalit Care adjustable washbasins allowing space for assistance from either side to be created and a profile bed can be arranged in the twin room. Furniture can also be rearranged to allow full access from either side of the bed. This log cabin definitely offers a home from home, allowing for a relaxing trip to the country.

Seaside Trip in Wales

Spring is the first opportunity of the year to make the most of Britain’s beautiful beaches before the business of the summer hits. Safe Haven offers a renovated holiday bungalow in the beautiful seaside village of Aberporth in West Wales. Designed completely with various disabilities in mind, Safe Haven wanted to provide a seamless holiday for those with disabilities. If you’re feeling adventurous you can follow the coastal path nearby or enjoy a sandy beach stroll – both fully accessible – or simply enjoy the gorgeous sea view from the warmth of your bungalow.

Luxury Hotel in Scotland

If you’re looking for a quiet hotel break on the east coast, Fairmont Hotel in St Andrews offers a great package for disabled customers. Boasting luxurious accessible accommodation, wet rooms, hearing loops and level access throughout the hotel, it’s an ideal choice for those wanting a peaceful break with class. Take a trip through the old historic town, watch top-notch golfers on the 18th hole or rent a beach-friendly wheelchair – there’s an abundance of things to do!

City Break in Ireland

The largest city in Ireland is Dublin and it makes for a great accessible city break – 95% of the kerbs have been cut to allow for wheelchair access and all of the buses run by Dublin Bus are now wheelchair accessible. The city also boasts highly accessible attractions such as The Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Castle, Dublin Zoo and Trinity College. Along with hosting plenty of museums, art galleries and traditional Irish pubs, you’ll not be short of things to do in this vast city!

Here at Mobility Solutions, we can offer you a variety of products to to aid you on any trip you may take. Give us a call or enquire online here.

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