We stayed one night here before our holiday and left the car while we were away. We had stayed here a year before and been given a room with a bath, despite requesting an accessible one then found out later that they do have rooms with wet-room style bathrooms so we requested one of those. … Continue reading Hilton London Heathrow Terminal 5
We stayed one night here before our flight to Spain last year in what was supposed to be an accessible room – it did have grab rails and emergency call buttons so was obviously supposed to be a disabled-friendly room but it had an over-bath shower which wasn’t very helpful. I contacted the company and … Continue reading Hilton London Heathrow Airport Terminal 5
The adventure started at Heathrow. As previously, we stayed at the Hilton T5 and met up with my brother, this time for a fabulous meal at Mr Todiwalah’s Kitchen – the most delicious Indian food you can imagine! We’ve had the odd hassle with accessible rooms at this hotel in the past but last time … Continue reading Accessible adventures in the País Vasco!
Links to accessible places and useful websites featured on this site Places featured on these pages where you can borrow scooters to explore Roundhay Park, Leeds Golden Acre Park, Leeds, Temple Newsam, Leeds Thorp Perrow Arboretum, near Bedale Fountains Abbey, near Ripon Other places to visit that are wheel-friendly The Homestead Park, York Askham Bog nature reserve, … Continue reading Links
Accessible adventures in Scotland Our first overnight stop was in Wark, Northumberland at the Battlesteads Inn. Actually, our very first stop was at Witton-le-Wear, County Durham, to take a photo of the church in which my great-great-grandmother got married in 1859, then a brief loo stop at the Wentworth leisure centre (very civilised!) Battlesteads is … Continue reading Accessible adventures
Here are some places I’ve stayed recently stay with comments on their accessibility as well as general stuff! Norfolk Disabled-Friendly Cottages Norfolk Disabled-Friendly Cottages are just that – in Norfolk, adapted for disabled people and the owners are very friendly! The website does not do the cottages or the view justice. We were expecting something a … Continue reading Places to stay