Self-catering holidays for the disabled in Ireland

self catering cottages for disabled in IrelandGoing on a self-catering break in Ireland is a wonderful way to see the Emerald Isle if you are disabled and need special access, as you can relax knowing that this will all be taken care of in your rented cottage which has been designed for those in wheelchairs. Whether you are wanting to explore a city or town or see some of the beautiful countryside and villages in counties such as Cork and Waterford, discovering this beautiful country while staying in a self-catering cottage is the perfect way to unwind and soak up everything Ireland has to offer without worrying about access needs or difficulties.

With great cities such as Dublin and Cork and other areas of incredible beauty to discover, Ireland is perfect for a getaway in a cottage retreat, nestled in the woods or by the sea looking out onto the vast Atlantic Ocean. If you or anyone going on holiday with you is disabled and needs special attention to access in your rented accommodation, then you need not be concerned because every aspect of this is thought of in cottages that have been especially kitted out to cater for those in wheelchairs.

Why should I go on a self-catering holiday in Ireland?

Firstly, renting a cottage all on ground level makes things a lot easier, and so hiring a bungalow is the start to a peaceful and stress-free break in Ireland. With ramped entrances and exits to the lodges as well, coming and going from the cottage is made very easy and you can relax in the knowledge that you will be able to get around with no or minimal help.

These cottages are perfect for the disabled as they come with electric chairs and beds, where at the simple click of a button you and lower or higher these pieces of furniture to make the transfer from your wheelchair so much easier. With wider doorways and corners, getting around is also a lot simpler, and some kitchens even come with lower units and cupboards for the times when you fancy rustling up your own grub and eating underneath the sun in your garden, by your own private swimming pools. There are pool hoists by the swimming pools as well to make transfer in and out of the water very easy indeed, and bathrooms come with grab bars, panic buttons and wet rooms to make showering much safer and to provide peace of mind.

If you are driving up to the cottage for your break away in Ireland, then it is handy to know that parking is available right next to your lodge, with smooth, wheelchair-friendly paths leading up to the doorstep of the accommodation. This is very handy for if you are concerned about how to enter your cottage from your car, but as every little detail has been thought about for those in wheelchairs, there is nothing for you to be concerned about when renting self-catering accommodation in Ireland.

When visiting Ireland, there is so much to do in this majestic country that it can be hard to know where to begin. A brilliant place to start is the magnificent Cliffs of Moher. Located in County Clare, you will not have to miss out of this incredible scenery of natural beauty if you are in a wheelchair, as firstly, there are plenty of disabled parking bays close to the visitor centre, which was built in a place where all could reach, on hard surface pathways with viewing points so that you can experience these incredible towering cliffs for yourself. There are also lowered telescopes on viewing platforms and on the cliff edge to make it possible for those in wheelchairs to look through them. The site has won awards on its accessibility for the disabled, so on a visit to the Cliffs of Moher you can be rest assured that all of your access needs will be met.

Renting a self-catering bungalow or cottage in Ireland is a wonderful idea if you are disabled and want a care free break in this incredible country full of friendly people and scenic beauty. It will be a trip that you will remember forever, and you will wish to return again and again to this gem of a place.

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

A friendly smile in Ireland

Ireland is more than capable of giving anybody with a disability the facilities needed to just enjoy their holiday without having to worry about things such as access problems, there are also spectacular disabled friendly places to visit such as Dublin Zoo, St. Patrick's Cathedral, the Guinness Storehouse and much more throughout Ireland!

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