With recent unrest and Brexit on the horizon, a holiday in the UK is looking like an attractive option this year. There has been a recent rise in the ‘staycation’ due to economic reasons, but though you may not have to change your sterling into another currency, a staycation still requires a little organisation, especially if your holiday needs to include accessible elements.
Though many would assume sharing a language would make everything infinitely easier (which it does) there are other elements of a mainly meteorological nature, to overcome. The UK has many fantastic locations for every sort of holiday you can imagine, from the picturesque West Country to the action packed Lake District. Though as with most things in life, planning is key.
While the UK is making great efforts towards being more inclusive, accessible for one hotel means wider door frames and a lack of steps, while what you really need is specially adapted facilities and a hoist. Ensuring that you are getting what you expect is mainly down to clear and open communication from the start and at every element of your trip.
Not only is accommodation vital to your trip, but so are many other elements, but often overlooked is dining. While on holiday, you wish to treat yourself, but if all the best eateries are up several stairs and do not cater to those with limited mobility, it will not be the vacation you are hoping for.
We spoke to those who know best when it comes to accessible holidays, for their top tips for a staycation to create a little guide that everyone should peruse before they indulge in a British break. Including everything from accommodation to activities, dining to domestics, it allows you to do nothing but relax by the time your holiday comes round. Click here for the in-depth guide :

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4 comments on “Spring Staycation For Those With Disabilities”

  1. Nice info, thank you. We are still interested in a vacation in England, especially Brighton and/or the Cotswolds. You have given us some resources to research.
    If you or any of the readers have suggestions for an active (though slowed due to a major arm injury) paraplegic with MS, please comment or contact me. Thanks, yall!

    • Thank you George, I’m glad it was of some use! I’ve never been to the Cotswals before, but I shall try and do some research for you and contact you via social media 🙂 xxx

  2. Thank you so much for the info, Not many people care about everyone, But I am very glad that I came across this post cause I am planning a visit to England and I am not going to stop. But information is always valuable.

    • Hey Diana, thanks for the lovely comment.
      I’m really glad you found the post useful! I hope you have a fab time travelling around England, let me know how it goes 🙂 xxx

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