SCOTLAND – Accessible Edinburgh- 8 Days with Travel for All

SCOTLAND – Accessible Edinburgh- 8 Days with Travel for All

Travel-for-All offer holidays in Scotland and the bustling capital city Edinburgh. Working with a Scottish based accessible travel company, all rooms are guaranteed accessible if required and the hotels, locations, and attractions have been tried and tested. The itinerary covers Edinburgh Castle, Royal Yacht Britannia, The Scotch Whisky Experience, The Palace of Holyroodhouse, Secrets of…

Scotland’s East Coastline

2020 Guest blog post from Simply Emma is ‘Exploring Scotland’s East Coastline in a Wheelchair’. https://www.simplyemma.co.uk/exploring-scotlands-north-east-coastline-in-a-wheelchair/

Disabled Access in Callander, Scotland and Beyond

2020 Carrie-Ann Lightley’s blog post: ‘Disabled Access in Callander, Scotland and beyond: A travel guide for wheelchair users’. https://www.carrieannlightley.com/post/disabled-access-callander-scotland-travel-guide

10 Reasons To Visit Accessible Edinburgh

2018 Carrie-Ann Lightley’s blog post: ’10 Reasons To Visit Accessible Edinburgh’. https://www.carrieannlightley.com/post/10-reasons-to-visit-accessible-edinburgh

Edinburgh – Accessibility Review

2020 Euan’s Guide article: ‘Disabled Student’s Guide to Edinburgh’ includes information on accessible transport and places to eat, drink and spend leisure time. https://www.euansguide.com/news/disabled-students-guide-to-edinburgh/

Lodge 6 at Elderburn Lodges, Fife

Lodge 6 at Elderburn Lodges is a charming one-storey lodge designed to accommodate disabled visitors looking for a luxury accessible holiday. The lodges are in the countryside near St Andrews, Fife in Scotland. https://www.elderburnlodges.co.uk/self-catering-lodges/lodge-6/

Aloft Aberdeen TECA – Accessibility Review

2020 accessibility review by Simply Emma of the Aloft Aberdeen TECA – a boutique hotel conveniently located near live events arena, P&J Live and only ten minutes from Aberdeen airport. https://www.simplyemma.co.uk/aloft-aberdeen-teca-wheelchair-accessible-hotel-close-to-pj-live/#more-10345

Holyrood Distillery

Holyrood Distillery has been named Southern Scotland’s Venue of the Year 2019 by Euan’s Guide because the venue has been designed with accessibility in mind. There is a spacious lift and the staff make it a memorable experience with their warm welcome and ability to adapt. https://www.euansguide.com/news/the-top-accessible-venues-to-visit-in-2020/

Scotland’s Stadiums

Top-rated Scottish football stadiums from euansguide: https://www.euansguide.com/news/scottish-football-stadiums-winning-over-disabled-fans-on-euans-guide/?utm_source=MASTER+-+Newsletter&utm_campaign=bea89736b7-Weekly_Digest_19_January_2017&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_ff30350f4c-bea89736b7-114912637

Glasgow Travel Guide on TripAdvisor

Carrie-Ann Lightley’s Travel Guide on TripAdvisor: Accessible Glasgow. https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Guide-g186534-k932-Glasgow_Scotland.html

10 Reasons To Visit Glasgow

2017 Disability Horizons’ article: ‘Disability and travel: 10 reasons to visit Glasgow’. http://disabilityhorizons.com/2017/07/disability-travel-10-reasons-visit-glasgow/?utm_source=Disability+Horizons+RSS-Email&utm_campaign=1d2d948f5d-RSS_EMAIL_CAMPAIGN&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_75cf3532a8-1d2d948f5d-308157133

Glasgow Travel Review

2016 The Geordie Traveller’s blog: Travel review – GLASGOW! https://thegeordietravellerblog.wordpress.com/2016/09/09/travel-review-glasgow/

Disability and travel: accessible Scotland

2016 Disability Horizons’ article: Accessible Scotland (Fife). http://disabilityhorizons.com/2016/04/disability-and-travel-accessible-edinburgh/?utm_source=Disability+Horizons+RSS-Email&utm_campaign=d3d704d520-RSS_EMAIL_CAMPAIGN&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_75cf3532a8-d3d704d520-308157133

Edinburgh Castle

2017 Simply Emma’s blog: ‘Visiting Edinburgh Castle In A Wheelchair. http://www.simplyemma.co.uk/visiting-edinburgh-castle-in-a-wheelchair/

Edinburgh’s Corn Exchange

2017 Simply Emma’s blog: The Corn Exchange Edinburgh – Venue Access Review. http://www.simplyemma.co.uk/birdy-at-the-corn-exchange-edinburgh-venue-access-review/

Edinburgh Trams

2016 Simply Emma’s article: ‘Experiencing Edinburgh Trams For The First Time As A Wheelchair User. http://www.simplyemma.co.uk/experiencing-edinburgh-trams-for-the-first-time-as-a-wheelchair-user/

Dundee and Angus Access Guide

Euan’s Guide has a downloadable guide to Dundee & Angus that also includes Arbroath and wheelchair accessible orienteering! https://www.euansguide.com/dundee-guide?utm_source=MASTER+-+Newsletter&utm_campaign=d99c0ab717-Weekly_Digest_15_March_2018&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_ff30350f4c-d99c0ab717-114912637

Wheelchair Accessible Attractions in Scotland

Wheelchairtraveling.com: resources, reviews, guides, and tips from over 100 writers worldwide about accessible travel. http://www.wheelchairtraveling.com/category/europe/scotland/

Scotland Visitor’s Guide

2016 New Mobility article: ‘Wheelchair-Friendly Scotland Boasts Cool Places, Warm People’. http://www.newmobility.com/2016/08/wheelchair-friendly-scotland/

Accommodation in Cairngorm National Park

2015 Simply Emma’s blog: ‘Turning 30 in a Treehouse’ about staying in the Cairngorm National Park. http://www.simplyemma.co.uk/turning-30-in-a-treehouse/  

Staying in Cairngorm National Park

2015 Simply Emma’s blog: ‘Birthday in the Woods’ about staying in the Cairngorm National Park. http://www.simplyemma.co.uk/birthday-in-the-woods-wheelchair-accessibility/

Backpacking around Scotland

2015/16 thewheelchairbackpacker (French language) 4 blogs about travels around Scotland. http://1000decouvertes4roulettes.com/category/destinations/europe/ouest/ecosse/

Northlink Ferries to Orkney and Shetland

CHuC’s (ceiling hoist users club) accommodation with hoists on Northlink Ferries to Orkney and Shetland. http://www.chuc.org.uk/index.php/accommodation-with-hoists/others

Glasgow Attractions Blog

2015 Disway.org’s blog about the forthcoming Accessible Guide to Glasgow Attractions. http://www.disway.org/en/blog/3-news/111-accessible-guide-glasgow-attractions.html

Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park

Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park (near Glasgow): There are many paths in the National Park that provide particularly good opportunities for the less able or those looking for easy gradients and smooth surfaces in a variety of scenic locations. http://www.lochlomond-trossachs.org/things-to-do/all-abilities/

Toilets at Dundee Train Station

2019 article: “Work to start on ‘Changing Places’ toilet for disabled people at Dundee train station”. https://www.eveningtelegraph.co.uk/fp/work-to-start-on-changing-places-toilet-for-disabled-people-at-dundee-train-station/

Fife, Scotland Holiday Cottages

The Rings, Fife is a unique holiday destination to suit families, groups and special occasions. Specialising in accessibility. https://www.therings.co.uk/

Fife, Scotland Accommodation

Homelands – wheelchair accessible luxury self-catering holiday lodges and disability accessible lodges nestled in mature woodlands in the East Neuk village of Lundin Links. Recently built to the highest standard, all equipped with an extensive range of disability support equipment to help you unwind and enjoy a memorable stay. http://www.homelands-fife.co.uk/

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. https://ponyaxes.com/

Scotland Accommodation

Accessatlast.com’s – ‘making life accessible’ – accommodation options for Scotland. http://accessatlast.com/accessible-accommodation-in/scotland

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. http://www.disabilitysnowsport.org.uk/About-Us/About-Disability-Snowsport-UK.aspx

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…

AccessAdvisr Scotland

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  Scotland https://accessadvisr.net

disability horizons travel archive Scotland

Disability horizons is a UK online newsletter so the travel archive for Scotland is significant.this links to the area of disability horizons travel section which is a collection of articles written by or for people living with disabilities. https://disabilityhorizons.com/category/travel/

disability horizons travel archive Scotland

  Disability horizons is a UK online newsletter so the travel archive for Scotland 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. https://disabilityhorizons.com/category/travel/