Marsham Court Hotel, Bournemouth

A seaside hotel with many accessible features including profiling beds, ceiling hoists, Changing Places toilet and shower and pool hoist, amongst others. (2022)

Miles Without Stiles – Lake District

Miles Without Stiles – Lake District

Miles Without Stiles is a collection of 50 routes across the Lake District National Park that are suitable for wheelchair users. A grading system ranks each route according to difficulty and accessibility. However, the grades are a guide only, and people should weigh up their route choice carefully.

Lake District Attractions

Lake District Attractions

2021 Em’s Wheel Life blog post: ‘Accessible Lake District’ shares some of Emily’s favourite accessible attractions in the area.

Glamping in the Lake District

Glamping in the Lake District

2021 Simply Emma’s accessibility review: ‘Troutbeck Head Review: Our Stay in a Wheelchair Accessible Glamping Pod in the Lake District’.

Major’s Lodge at Watatunga Wildlife Reserve

Major’s Lodge at Watatunga Wildlife Reserve

2021 blog post ‘On Holiday With….Family Van Berckel!’ shares their experience staying in Major’s Lodge at Watatunga Wildlife Reserve near King’s Lynn. Find the article on Accessible Holiday Escapes’ blog.

Hotel Brooklyn, Manchester

2021 Simply Emma’s blog post: ‘Hotel Brooklyn Manchester Review: Wheelchair Accessible Hotel in the UK with Hoists’.

Travel guide to Seaburn, Sunderland

Travel guide to Seaburn, Sunderland

2021 Carrie-Ann Lightley’s blog post: ‘Disabled Access at the UK’s hidden gem beach resort: A travel guide to Seaburn for wheelchair users’.

Weekend Getaways in Great Britain

2021 Euan’s Guide’s article: ‘Weekend Getaways We Loved’ lists holiday cottages and cabins that have been reviewed from a wheelchair-user’s perspective.

Hampshire Holiday Bungalow

Flat Spaces Ropley is a purpose-built, accessible holiday home set in rural Hampshire. Sleeps 6-8. Spacious and well-equipped including wet rooms, ceiling hoist, and profiling beds.

Studio Apartments, Suffolk

2021 Mollett’s Farm near the coast offers three accessible studio apartments each with a well-fitted wet room.


Travel company Wheel the World empowers disabled people to explore the world, offering accessible travel experiences across five continents – from scaling Machu Picchu to safaris in the Serengeti. They were awarded best Inclusive Tours in the Lonely Planet 2021 Best in Travel Awards.

Annie’s Cabin – Shropshire, UK

Annie’s Cabin is a Finnish-style log cabin offering self-catering holidays near the Shropshire Hills and the Welsh Marches. It has disabled facilities and sleeps up to six people.

Sara’s Cottage, Truro

Sara’s Cottage is an accessible country cottage near Truro in Cornwall that’s been awarded two Golds in the Cornwall Tourism Awards 2020/21

Accessible Holiday Caravans

2021 The Holiday Homes Trust offers wheelchair accessible caravans at holiday parks across England.

Ellwood Cottages – Dorset

2020 Ideal for groups, Ellwood Cottages comprises 3 wheelchair accessible cottages and 2 studio apartments, plus splash pool, recreation room and gardens.

The Dairy – Accessibility Review

2020 Carrie-Ann Lightley’s blog post: ‘The Dairy | Accessible Yorkshire Dales Holiday Cottage Review’.

British Museum – Virtual Visit

2020 The British Museum offers “virtual visit”  functionality. It showcases a number of artefacts dating from recent history to back nearly 2 million years. An audio guide gives a detailed description of each object.  

W London – Accessibility Review

2020 Wheelchair Travel’s accessibility review: ‘W London — Wheelchair Accessible Hotel at Leicester Square’.

Newton Meadow Cottages Review

2020 The Flying Bumblebee’s review of Maple Cottage, one of three accessible properties that make up Newton Meadow Cottages, near Shrewsbury.

Sheffield Access Guide

2020 Euan’s Guide article: ‘Accessible Sheffield’ details accessible places to stay and things to see and do.

The Calf Shed, Wiltshire Review

2018 Euan’s Guide review of The Calf Shed – accommodation in the countryside near Salisbury, Wiltshire.  

Lincolnshire: Secret Doors and Outdoor Spaces – The Stables

The Flying Bumblebee’s 2020 blog post – ‘Secret Doors and Outdoor Spaces – The Stables’ – reviews one of the nine accessible holiday cottages at Elms Farm Cottages near Boston, Lincolnshire.  

The Anchorage, Cromer: Access Review

2019 Carrie-Ann Lightley’s blog post about a holiday cottage in Norfolk: ‘The Anchorage, Cromer: Access Review’.

Landal Gwel an Mor Accessibility Review

2018 The Bimblers’ accessibility review: ‘Landal Gwel an Mor Luxury Holiday Resort in Cornwall’.

Landal Gwel an Mor Lodges, Cornwall

Landal Gwel an Mor is a 5* luxury holiday resort in Portreath, Cornwall.  There is a choice of accessible lodges offering features such as ceiling hoist, adjustable bed and wet room.

The Roman Baths, Bath

The Roman Baths can be found at the heart of the City of Bath, a World Heritage Site.  It is one of the finest thermal spas of the ancient world.

Millpool Holiday Carriage

For holiday accommodation with a difference, Railholiday offer Millpool, a wheelchair accessible railway carriage, in St Germans, Cornwall. 

Staybridge Suites Liverpool – Accessibility Review

2019 Simply Emma’s accessibility review: ‘Staybridge Suites Liverpool | Wheelchair Accessible Hotel Next To Albert Dock’.

Wallops Wood Cottages, Hampshire

2019 Able Magazine’s article on accessible holiday cottages in Hampshire: ‘Wallops Wood – universally adapted for all visitors’.

Holiday Caravan, Norfolk – Access Review

2019 Disability Horizons’ review of an accessible holiday caravan at Belle Aire Holiday Park in Hemsby, Norfolk.

Yorkshire Dales Accommodation

The Beamsley Project offers accessible self-catering accommodation in a converted church.  The Cottage sleeps up to 6 guests and the Centre is for groups between 12 and 24 guests.

Canal Boat Holidays

Canalability offer specially adapted canal boats for day trips and holidays for people with disabilities on the waterways of Essex, Hertfordshire and London.

Calvert Trust Kielder Access Review

Calvert Kielder offers activities and accommodation in the Kielder Water & Forest Park. Simply Emma’s 2018 blog post ‘Calvert Trust Kielder: The Straker Chalet – Accessible Holiday Review’ is one of three reviews on the site.

Calvert Trust Lake District

Calvert Trust Lake District is a residential outdoor centre on the shores of Bassenthwaite Lake delivering outdoor adventure holidays for people with disabilities.

Seastar Holiday Cottage Review

2019 Alex from Quad Life blog reviews his Christmas holiday at Seastar.  The review is featured on Simply Emma’s website: ‘Seastar Accessible Holiday Cottage Review | Disabled Friendly Seafront Holiday’.

Hoe Grange Holidays Access Review

2019 Carrie-Ann Lightley’s blog post – ‘Hoe Grange Holidays: Access Review’ – gives an account of the wheelchair accessibility found at the self-catering accommodation, which is on a working farm.

Hidden London Gems with Good Disabled Access

2019 article from Euan’s Guide highlights five hidden gems of fascinating but less well-known places in London to visit if you like history, culture and museums. Each attraction’s narrative includes a link to a more detailed access review.

Croft Bungalow, Peak District

2020 blog post by The Flying Bumblebee: ‘Taking it easy at Croft Bungalow’ – reviews the accessibility of a self-catering holiday let in Derbyshire, Peak District.

The Quarters, Lancaster Access Review

Carrie-Ann Lightley’s 2020 blog post: ‘The Quarters, Lancaster Access Review’ gives an overview of the self-catering apartment’s accessibility from the viewpoint of a manual wheelchair user able to transfer.

London Travel Guide’s 2019 travel blog post: ‘London, England Wheelchair Accessible Travel Guide’.

Crowne Plaza Leeds Access Review

Carrie-Ann Lightley’s 2019 blog post: ‘Crowne Plaza Leeds: Access Review’ gives an overview of the hotel’s accessibility from the viewpoint of a manual wheelchair user able to transfer.

Blog Post: 10 Wheelchair Accessible Cities

Spin The Globe’s 2019 blog post: ’10 Wheelchair Accessible Cities You Should Visit in 2020′ highlights ten cities from around the world.

Access Review of Rudding Park Hotel & Spa

Carrie Ann Lightley has undertaken an access review of this luxury hotel and spa near Harrogate. The 2019 blog post is titled: ‘Rudding Park Hotel & Spa: Access Review’.

Oxfordshire Accessible Taxi Service

Royal Cars understand the needs of their clients and have recently invested in a large number of minibus vehicles with wheelchair access. This allows them to provide transport for wheelchair users 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

Norfolk Accommodation

Church Farm Barns consists of 8 holiday cottages close to the north Norfolk coast and the Royal Estate of Sandringham all converted from farm buildings to a high standard. They can sleep between 2-10 people and can sleep up to 48 people on site making it an ideal location for group holidays. All properties have…

9 Accessible Airbnb Rentals

2019 Wheel:Life highlights 9 accessible Airbnb rentals around the world: UK, France (2), USA, Portugal, Finland, Spain, Italy, Australia.

Activity Centre in the Lake District

Bendrigg Trust is one of the leading outdoor disability specialists in the country challenging perceptions of disability through adventurous outdoor pursuits. Bendrigg supports around 4,000 disabled people each year to develop confidence, increase self-esteem and build independence through inclusive activities such as caving, climbing and canoeing. The rural residential centre in Cumbria brings people from…

Newcastle Access Information

Wheelchair Steve: If you have similar needs to me and are visiting Newcastle, it’s conceivable that I may be better equipped to tell you about the accessibility of some places where you could stay, eat out at and go to during your visit than what is available on-line or if you contact the place directly.…

Leeds Accessibility Review

A wheelchair user with cerebal palsy aims to help you understand the wheelchair and mobility accessibility available throughout Leeds.

Cumbria Travel Blog

Disability Horizons’s article: Disabled holidays: accessible Cumbria accommodation and attractions.

Center Parcs Elveden Forest Travel Blog

2016 Wheelescapades blog post: Away With The Girls – Center Parcs Elveden Forest.

Football Stadiums in England

2017 Euansguide: English football stadiums with great access.

Seaside Destinations in England

Disability Horizons’s 2015 article: ‘VisitEngland: accessible coastal breaks in Margate, Brighton, and Hove’.

Photographs of England

Photoroller, a wheelchair user using professional photographer with great photographs, visits Stonehenge and stays in Bath.

Peak District Travel Blog

2014 Carrie-Ann Lightley’s Travel Blog: The Peak of accessibility: weekend break at Hoe Grange.

zebra fuels

Zebra Fuel is an exciting young company allowing Londoners to fill up their cars (vans, buses etc.) from the comfort of their own homes. Our specially designed vans deliver fuel directly to our customers’ vehicles. We save people a great deal of wasted time and effort. We currently help thousands of people across London as…

Tour agency London

Brettapproved (US agency) tour package:London and Paris tale of two cities


Fed up of watching your money disappear on the taximeter as you sit in one of the many traffic jams in London? Then use Gett, a London black cab service that offers fixed fares, or at least a reasonable fixed price range e.g. it might quote you £10 to £12 for a journey. You can…

Boats London 2

2017 sees the addition to the French Brothers fleet of some NEW fully accessible boats built specifically for passengers with mobility issues. The boats are fitted with a wheelchair lift and a wheelchair friendly toilet.

River Thames London

River Thames boat project – charity offering therapeutic cruises and educational activities on the River Thames for people of all ages, including those with a disability or mental health condition.

Restaurants London

Gourmet guide- Discover the Best Wheelchair Accessible Restaurants in London This section lists all the best restaurants in London that are easily wheelchair accessible. In this context what is meant by ‘wheelchair accessible’ is that the restaurant design and…

Nightclubs UK

2019 article: Wheelchair friendly clubs in London: Accessible clubs in he capital Looks at Fabric, Farringdon; Corsica Studios, Elephant & Castle; Printworks; Oval Space; The Pickle Factory; Studio 338; Phonox; and investigates: How should I get there?, Is the club entrance accessible?, What are the door staff like? Can I easily move around the club?…

Accessible London 2

The London section of the VisitEngland Access for All website

Accessible London

Lonely Planet’s London for visitors with a disability

Public transport around the UK

Travelling as a wheelchair user – my experiences Barcelona Liverpool Birmingham and London blog post from The Master Elf

Destinations and resources around the UK

disability Horizons has many articles about destinations hotels, restaurants etc in the UK

Children around the UK

The Life of An Ambitious Turtle blog from a wheelchair using mother Living on a budget,Various travel reviews: Including travellodge,Waterloo,London

Caravanning around the UK’s blog about travelling around the UK In an adapted caravan or motorhome

Beaches around the UK

Accessible beaches and beach wheelchairs around the UK Accessible beaches in England: Cornwall Devon, Brighton and Hove, Great Yarmouth, Skegness. Accessible beaches in Wales: Broadhaven Beach in Pembrokeshire,Langland Bay, Saundersfoot Beach. Beach Wheelchairs in Scotland: North Berwick, East Lothian.

Around the UK

4SuitcasesandaWheelchair, UK based Accessible travel blog. Travel loving family overcoming the obstacles the littlest member of the family faces and hoping to inspire others in the process featuring Brixham Pirate Festival, No.15 Great Pulteney, Bath, Norwich, The Polurrian Bay Hotel Cornwall St Ives,

Accessibility reviews around UK

network of wheelchair ambassadors all ready to give info on their area

Warner Bros. Studio Tour London

VIDEO: An Accessible Guide to Warner Bros. Studio Tour London    

Transport London 1

Curb Free with Cory Lee London transport information

Taxis London 3

Wheelchair Cabs Wheelchair Cabs covering London Essex Kent Surrey Sussex Southampton Docks Airorts: Gatwick Airport Heathrow Airport Luton Airport City Airport Southend Airport Stansted Airport

Taxis London 2

Hot wheels goes blog: UberWAV London,  

Taxis London 1

2018 Disability Horizons article: How accessible are the new electric black cabs in London?

South london

2018 article: Rebecca Herbert: Getting round South London as a wheelchair user

Somerset House and Tate Modern

2015 Hot wheels goes blog: Access – Doing it wrong (Somerset House) and doing it right (Tate Modern)

London and Eurostar

thewheelchairbackpacker (French language) 4 blogs about a visit to London and taking the Eurostar

London Visit

2017 Wheelchair Wanderings: blog from a wheelchair user backpacking solo around Europe

Houses of Parliament

Carrie-Ann’s Travel Blog Visiting Parliament – culture is for everybody

Hotels London

2016 blog post: Review: Hilton London Wembley Hotel – Wheelchair Access

Heathrow Hotel reviews the Renaissance London Heathrow Hotel


heathrow airport 1

Accessibilityreviews blog:Hilton London Heathrow Terminal 5

Accessible London 5

2017 turismoadaptado’s The top locations in London for disabled travellers

Accessible London 4

2016 DH article: accessible attractions in London

Accessible London 3

2018 Accessitrip blog post: ACCESSIBLE LONDON II: Top 5 Accessible And Free Sights To Visit

Accessible London 2

2018 Accessitrip blog post:ACCESSIBLE LONDON I: General Information  

Accessible places in London 1

DH article:Accessible London: 10 of the best places to visit

Abseiling in the Lake District

2017 Disability Horizons’s article: ‘Disability and travel: wheelchair abseiling with the BBC’ at Calvert Trust Lake District.

Ice Skating in England

2018 Euan’s Guide review: ‘Wheelchair Ice Skating – Five Wheelchair-Accessible Ice Rinks in England’.

Bluebell Woods in Hertfordshire Access Blog

2018 Susie’s Wheelchair Adventures blog post: ‘Will the bluebell woods at Ashridge be wheelchair accessible?’. A wheelchair user uses a mobility vehicle to explore the bluebell woods at Ashridge estate.

Chester Accessibility Review

The Guardian 2017 article: ‘Roman holiday: how Chester became the most accessible city in Europe’.

Buckinghamshire Hotel Access Blog

2018 My Life, Kerry’s Way blog: ‘A Wheelchair Night at Chicheley Hall’. This property was the setting for Pride & Prejudice and has the Downton Abbey feel!

Bristol Hotel Access Blog

Simply Emma’ s 2016 article: ‘Hampton by Hilton, Bristol City Centre – Wheelchair Access Review’.

Blackpool Travel Report

Disability Horizons’s 2016 article: ‘Disabled holidays: have you explored accessible Blackpool?’

Blackpool Travel Guide on TripAdvisor

Carrie-Ann Lightley’s Travel Guide on TripAdvisor: Accessible Blackpool.

Center Parcs Woburn Access Video

Ever wondered how accessible Center Parcs is ? Check out this super informative video clip from Accesadvisr: Center Parcs Woburn 15-19 October 2018

Accessible Travelling in England Blogs resources, reviews, guides, and tips from over 100 writers worldwide about accessible travel.

Oxford Visitors Guide

Accessible Oxford Guide – A guide for disabled visitors to Oxford is a publication from Oxford City Council that must be downloaded (scroll past the numerous adverts to get to the guide).  

Narrowboat and Canal Boat Holidays

CHuC – ceiling hoist users club – lists narrowboat and canal boat accommodation with hoists.

Freedom Wizard Trails

Freedom Wizard CIC arrange regular experience days, events and challenges to enable access to forests, moorland and fells throughout the UK. The fleet of all terrain wheelchairs will enable access to areas to which day chairs and scooters will not cope.

Suffolk Short Breaks

Access Unlimited has information about short break services for children and young people with additional needs and disabilities in Suffolk.

Accessible Scilly Information

The Scilly Isles tourist information pages ‘Accessible Scilly’ include some information about visiting the Scilly Isles with accessibility needs.

Scilly Isles Air Travel

Airport and airline information for travel to and from the Isles of Scilly.

Oxford & District Sports

Oxsrad Disability Hub & Sports Facility: a welcoming place where all abilities come together to enjoy sports and recreation.

Beach Access in North East England

Beach Access North-East offers a year-round free beach wheelchair loan service covering the north east coast from Newbiggin to Seaton Carew.  

Manchester United Stadium Access

2019 Manchester United details the revised accessibility plans for the Old Trafford stadium.

Manchester Visitor Information

2016 Lonely Planet: one of the top accessible destinations is Manchester.  An overview of wheelchair access is given.

Isle of Wight Guide

2014 Access magazine’s article: ‘No Passport Required’ gives an overview of wheelchair access on the Isle of Wight.

Scuba Diving in Hampshire

Dive Ability is a member led scuba diving charity committed to enabling people who have disabilities or disadvantages to discover the adventurous world of scuba diving.


Information for wheelchair users using Eurostar.

Monkey World, Dorset

Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre has an accessibility statement detailing the disabled facilities at the centre.

disAbility Cornwall & Isles of Scilly

disAbility Cornwall & Isles of Scilly’s aim is to make Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly a better place to live for everyone.

Eden Project, Cornwall

2017 winner of VisitEngland’s Inclusive Tourism award, the Eden Project – the largest indoor rainforest in the world – wants to provide a great experience for all ages, abilities and backgrounds.  It has published an Accessibility Guide to the attraction.  It has a Changing Places accessible toilet (with bench and hoist). – Access For All

Plan an accessible short break with the free handy mini-guides. Great if you or a family member are disabled or have accessibility requirements. These guides were produced in 2015 with co-funding from the European Commission.

England’s Tourist Attractions

Tourist and visitor information resource from who believe that tourism should be accessible to all and endeavour to include brief accessibility information to give a flavour of what attractions provide in the way of accessibility.

City Breaks in England

2015 Disability Horizons’s article ‘VisitEngland: accessible city breaks’ covering Brighton, Margate, Birmingham, Lincoln, Nottingham, Northumberland, and the Peak District.

Wheelchair and Pony Trips

Pony Axe S takes people who use wheelchairs to all the places where wheelchairs can’t take them. No need to transfer to all terrain or beach wheelchairs, no need to leave your wheelchair behind. They take you, in your wheelchair, anywhere.

England and Snowdonia Trails

Disability Horizons’s article: ‘Top 10 accessible outdoor routes across England and Snowdonia’ with downloadable route maps for each trail.

Disabled Rambling

The Disabled Ramblers exists to help mobility-challenged people get back out into the countryside. About 30 rambles are run each year across England and Wales – mostly from March to October.

Cambridge Tour

Disability Horizons’: ‘Discover Cambridge on an accessible tour’.

Adaptive Snowsports

Disability Snowsport UK is a people-centred organisation with a unique sense of purpose: that anyone regardless of their disability can take part in and enjoy the thrill of snowsports.

Wheelchair Cabs

Wheelchair Cabs covering London, Essex, Kent, Surrey, Sussex, Southampton Docks, Airports: Gatwick Airport, Heathrow Airport, Luton Airport, City Airport, Southend Airport and Stansted Airport.

Revitalise Assisted Holidays

Revitalise breaks are genuine holidays for disabled people and carers, filled with new experiences, new opportunities, choice, freedom and fun.  There are three holiday centres: Netley Waterside House – Southampton, Jubilee Lodge – Chigwell, Sandpipers – Southport.

South of England Equipment Hire

Solent Mobility Centre have a very large selection of items. You can hire equipment as well as scooters and wheelchairs here.

Northumberland Accommodation

Grindon Farm is set within the Northumberland National Park and has two self-catering properties, both properties offer accommodation for mobility impaired guests.

Devon Accessible Vehicle Hire

GM Coachwork stock a number of wheelchair accessible vehicles for hire, available for 3 days upwards. All vehicles come fully inspected and valeted.

Lancashire Accommodation

Brickyard Farm Cottages: 12 outstanding cottages set on Brickhouse Farm amongst acres of stunning countryside. The Cottages vary in size, from 2 to 5 bedrooms, and were purpose built in 2013 to provide holiday accommodation for families, friends and carers in the most tranquil surroundings of Hambleton yet only a step away from the razzle…

Isle of Wight Accessible Taxi

A.S.A.P. Taxis – if you live in the East or West Cowes, Whippingham Northwood or Gurnard areas and need a taxi with full wheelchair access then we can help. The taxi can accommodate one person who stays in the wheelchair plus up to four additional family or friends.

River Thames Boating

The Rivertime Boat Trust’s wheelchair accessible passenger boat operates between Windsor, Henley-on-Thames and Oxford on the River Thames.

Hampshire Accommodation

Wallops Wood accessible accommodation in Droxford, Hampshire.

Calvert Trust Exmoor

Calvert Trust Exmoor is an award winning activity centre with accommodation, located in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the edge of Exmoor National Park.  The centre enables people with physical, learning, behavioural and sensory disabilities to experience exciting, challenging and enjoyable outdoor activities.

Accessible Vehicle Hire

You can hire a Brotherwood Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle (WAV) easily and affordably with flexible rental periods – long or short term.

Devon Accommodation

Welcome to Blagdon Farm fully-accessible, luxury, lakeside lodges and caravan site with 1.5 acre coarse fishing lake in stunning Devon countryside close to the South West coast.

Derbyshire Accommodation

Rosliston Forestry Centre offers eco-friendly lodges accommodation sleeping from 2 to 10 people and equipment rentals including power scooters so you can explore!

Cornwall Accommodation

Treworgans Farm Holidays offer high quality, wheelchair accessible, self-catering, disabled access accommodation in Mid-Cornwall.

Bury St. Edmunds Accommodation

In Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, a self-catering property that has provision for older and less mobile guests, part time wheelchair users – Level 2; and for hearing impairment Level 1.

City of Bath – Guided Tours

A knowledgeable local offering guided walks in Bath and as well as private walks, offers an open City Highlights tour on Saturdays at 1.30. Wheelchair users welcome and no charge. Other guests pay £7.50 for the 2 hour tour.

Accommodation in England – ‘making life accessible’ – accommodation options for England.

Accessible Taxis

Wheelchair Travel operate two large accessible minibus/van taxis that will carry up to 8 persons (w/c + 7, or 2+6). *Operate in UK only – close to Heathrow, Gatwick, Dover and Southampton so we serve clients arriving by air or sea. Services: Taxi / Day tour (or longer with notice).

Accessibility at UK Hotels

2018 article: ‘Disability Policy Done Right’ describes the facilities at ‘Cringletie House Hotel’, Edinburgh and ‘Park House Hotel’, Norfolk has ceiling hoists and on-site nurse care. It also mentions ‘Bespoke Hotels’ but it does not describe the facilities as this is a chain. I contacted the customer services and they said: “Unfortunately there is no…


Handiplanet is a French-based directory available both online or as a smart phone app and covers worldwide but has the majority of its listings in France. As of 2019 in France it covers: Paris Nantes Toulouse Cannes Bordeaux Nice Montpellier and globally it covers: Madrid Barcelona Berlin Lisbon New York London & San Francisco

AccessAdvisr England

AccessAdvisr is a UK based community accessibility review website covering worldwide travel opportunities for people living with disabilities but with high level of reviews for places throughout England

disability horizons travel archive England

Disability horizons is a UK online newsletter so the travel archive for England is very large. this links to the area of disability horizons travel section which is a collection of articles written by or for people living with disabilities.

Euan’s Guide – Disabled Access Reviews England

Euan’s Guide is used by thousands of disabled people to review, share and discover accessible places to go. “The aim of Euan’s Guide is to empower disabled people by providing information that will give confidence and choices for getting out and about.

8 highly-rated accessible places to visit this summer

2019 Disability Horizons article  written by AccessAdvisr 8 highly-rated accessible places to visit this summer: National Railway Museum accessibility, York

8 highly-rated accessible places to visit this summer

2019 Disability Horizons article  written by AccessAdvisr 8 highly-rated accessible places to visit this summer: Victoria and Albert Museum accessibility, London

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