Holiday cottages with adjoining parking for the disabled

level 3 mobility holiday cottages with parking spaces for people in wheelchairsA holiday cottage advertising facilities for the disabled and people with walking difficulties should have plenty of suitable car parking space as close to the cottage as possible, preferably adjacent to it and smoothly tarmaced.

A wide parking space a few yards away from a cottage is almost pointless if there is a gravel drive between. The elderly and disabled need nice flat surfaces that a wheelchair can cross with ease or someone with a walking aid can push their walker across.

Cottages that advertise Level 3 Mobility often have someone on hand to help with transfers from a car to the holiday accommodation.

It's getting a cottage that suits that matters

With holidays, often we decide where we would like to go and then look for a cottage to rent in the area. We research what there is to see and do because that is the major reason for going on holiday in the first place. Various other factors make a big difference to the enjoyment of a holiday: the accommodation and the food.

It pays to compare a few holiday cottages in a specific area and stay in accommodation where we can get a good night's comfortable sleep. Most people want to avoid noisy neighbours and traffic. Look at an aerial map of the accommodation.

Does a busy road run past the cottage?

Are there other cottages for families on the same site. Families may have loud and boisterous children.

If you are a wheelchair user, are there level paths around the cottage complex?

Always discuss your needs and aspirations with the cottage owners and then decide where to stay.

Cottages for the Disabled

blind dog assisted holiday accommodation on one floor cottages with ramp access cottages with parking for the disabled accommodation with special beds for disabled holiday cottages on one floor for walking frames

Parking for the Disabled

Whenever my husband tries to squeeze into a tight parking space between two parked cars, he immediately starts to tremble.

I am sure he suffers from parking zones disease.

Questions to ask about your holiday cottage

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Do contact us if you would like to send us your recommendation for holidays for the disabled or any other disability related information which might be useful to our visitors.

Address: Tring, Herts, UK
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