Welcome to Wheelchair Access Holiday Cottages
Welcome to Wheelchair Access Holiday Cottages – a unique collection of disabled access self catering holiday cottages in the UK and beyond, suitable for mobility impaired guests.
Favourites include holiday cottages with level wheelchair access in Devon, Cornwall, Dorset, Sussex and Hampshire; cottages with disabled access in the Lake District and the Peak District; and self catering cottages with wet rooms and level access in the Cotswolds and throughout Norfolk, East Anglia and Kent. Not forgetting National Accessible Scheme holiday cottages in Northumberland and Yorkshire, and self catering cottages with access for wheelchairs and disabled facilities throughout Wales, Scotland and Ireland.
Some are five star luxury cottages, others aren’t. Some are fully M3i compliant with a wet room and lowered work surfaces; others simply have level access. The only hard and fast rule is that each cottage owner must provide you with clear information on the facilities they do and don't have so that you can choose the cottage that suits your needs exactly.
And you can rest assured that you will also pay the best possible rate for your cottage. You book direct with the cottage owner and pay no booking fees or commission on this website.
Recently Added Cottages
Our three, 4 star self-catering and pet friendly holiday cottages, Moorland, Heather and Byre provide the ideal base for touring, walking, cycling and exploring moors, coast, vale and dale.
Nestling in the Glen surrounded by beautiful hills the cottages are the original outbuildings of a traditional 18th century farm, renovated to the highest standard using, where possible, original features and items.
Crookhurst Farm is a Grade II Listed farmhouse half a mile from Allonby in a quiet and peaceful location ideal for relaxing, walking or enjoying the stunning countryside of the Lake District and the Solway Coast.
West Ord is a 470 acre farm with six suberb self-catering holiday cottages, located in an idyllic setting on the banks of the River Tweed, just three miles west of the historic town of Berwick-upon-Tweed, in Northumberland.
Nestling amongst unspoilt Cornish hills and surrounded by acres of countryside lies the hidden hamlet of Wringworthy. The perfect spot to chill out and listen to the countryside.