We know that airbnb guide us towards to fabulous and unique places to stay around the world, maybe a home from home or a treetop getaway!
What we know now is that airbnb are giving us access to some unique experiences away from the traditional guided tours and trips. But, even more exciting is that they are developing a list of experiences that cater for everyone, wheelchair friendly, neurodiverse inclusion, accessible and adapted, how fabulous is that!!
A specialist organisation providing affordable and accessible holidays on their 3 adapted canal boats. The opportunity to experience inland waterways, wildlife and much more for children and young people.
Sandcastle support families affected by rare genetic disorders by providing grants for special days out, trips, family holiday and generally to help make wonderful memories for people of any age.
The Adamson Trust established in 1947 provides grants for disabled and special needs children aged 3 to 17 years for holidays or respite breaks. Individual families can apply as well as accepting applications on behalf of groups of children, organisations or registered charities. View the site for details of how to apply along with holiday locations.
Ellie’s Haven is a charity providing relief to families caring round-the-clock for children with long-term life-limiting conditions and disabilities by offering holidays and short breaks in a safe, tranquil supportive environment. This is provided in especially adapted, purpose built accommodation near Looe in Cornwall. It includes sessions in a sensory studio, if required/appropriate.
Its success is derived from the fact that parents/guardians, siblings, carers and others are able to attend as well so that the children can enjoy these holidays together with the people who care for and support them. A full range of facilities is offered to both the children and their loved ones to make the experience as enjoyable as possible.
Enjoy the best of Somerset in a luxury log cabin, glamping pod or yurt on our farm, close to the beaches at Burnham on Sea, but in the heart of the countryside. Find out more about their wheelchair accessible log cabins!
Debbie North is a wheelchair user who has designed an off road mobility scooter so that she can access the countryside and encourage other disabled and wheelchair users to do the same.
Eden Project work closely with the Sensory Trust to make sure that your visit is immersive and stimulating. The park is accessible and they provide relaxed versions of many of their family activities to appeal to all audiences.
All of CenterParcs have accessible accommodation with parking close by, ramp access, walk in/wheel in showers, kitchens have lowered worktops, bedrooms with electric beds, the larger lodges have hot tubs with hoists.
With a disabled persons railcard you could save up to a third for you and the person travelling with you. There are no time related restrictions, so you can travel any time of day.