Pet friendly holiday cottages for disabled

pet friendly self catering cottages with wheelchair access for disabled where dogs are accepted

Holidays are meant to be lots of fun, relaxing and stress free - and this isn’t something that should alter depending on whether you have a disability or not.

There is no reason that you should have to stay somewhere that will make everything harder for you, especially when there are so many holiday cottages that are available for you to stay in.

One thing that could really be useful to you would be to stay in a pet friendly cottage while you are away as this means that you can definitely take your guide dog or support dog away with you.

If they make everything easier for you then there is absolutely no reason why you should have to go away without them as there is no need for you to have to struggle when you simply don’t have to.

Stay in a holiday cottage so that your dog can go on holiday with you.



More information on pet friendly holiday cottages

Staying in a pet friendly cottage means that you can take your support dog away with you, ensuring that you stay safe while you are away on holiday. They will carry on helping you out and could be particularly useful to have when you are away in new surroundings as you will not know how you will cope and adapt to these. Having your dog away with you really can give you peace of mind regarding this as you know that they will be able to assist you. Not only will this give you peace of mind but it also means that you don’t have to put them into a kennels so you know that they will be happy too - it’s better for everyone. While you may be able to manage without them and may be debating whether to take them, why would you want to risk going away without them.

Although this is a pet which is registered to help you so most cottages should allow you to take them away with you anyway, some cottages may not be okay with this. This is something that is extremely important to check before you go away because you don’t want to just assume that your dog will be allowed, only to find out when you get there that this is not okay. You may be able to bring your pet to a cottage that doesn’t always allow pets if you have your heart set on it, and if this is the case then getting in touch with the owner of the cottage is quick and simple and will answer your questions, meaning taht this isnt something that you have to worry, stress or even think about. There would be nothing worse than arriving with your dog only to find you can’t take your dog inside or sneaking your dog in and then having something getting broken, and many cottage owners should be understanding that your dog is a support dog so is extremely well trained and not going to make any mess or cause any damage.

There is no reason why you shouldn’t take your support dog away with you as they are there to help you out and you may need it more than ever when you are unfamiliar surroundings. Many cottages will be absolutely fine with you bringing your dog but it is always best to check first!

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

Dogs welcome cottages

A man's best friend can be more than that for a disabld person. A dog is a necessity for a blind person and people who have difficulty in getting out and about much appreciate their dogs. For a dogs welcome cottage adapted for the disabled:

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