Self-catering holidays with wheelchair access

Accessible holiday cottage accommodation

Are you looking for wheelchair accessible holiday cottage accommodation? Many properties plan easy access for guests requiring disability access - some single storey / ground floor cottages are specially designed with disabled guests in mind. Open spacious rooms, wide patio access, wet rooms, ramps, grab handles and some have hoists.

Access and accessibility can include a wide range of requirements, from full wheelchair access, measures to assist the visually impaired and less mobile visitors who simply find difficulty with steps and stairs. Single story, ground floor holiday cottages with nearby parking and level or ramped approach may suit your requirements.

Pet friendly accommodation in Cadeleigh with 3 bedrooms, sleeps 6. Pub within 1 mile, Hot Tubs, Hot Tubs - Private.

Surrounding area | East Dunster Deer Farm – Deer Park, East Dunster Deer Farm – Kingfisher Lodge - East Dunster Deer Farm, Cadeleigh, near Tiv


East Dunster Deer Farm Kingfisher Lodge Uk

Kingfisher Lodge is a luxurious and spacious rural retreat comfortably accommodating up to six guests. Perfect for a family or a group of friends searching for peaceful break.

  • Fuel and Power Included
  • Highchair
  • Grouped Properties
  • Rural Location
  • Television
  • WiFi
  • Bed Linen & Towels Included
  • Cot Available
  • Luxury Collection
  • Washing Machine
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Disabled holiday houses with facilities for wheelchair access

'Ground floor facilities' or 'single story facilities' generally means that a bedroom, bathroom and living area is accessible on the ground floor, many modern holiday cottages are built with this criteria. It is important that you read thoroughly the cottage descriptions to make sure that all your needs are catered for, some properties will display official disability rating badges / certificates of accessibility by the Tourism Boards in England. Some properties do not advertise certificates, but suit a number of needs covering a range of disabilities. Larger holiday houses may have lifts to make them more accessible, and it may be possible to rent some equipment locally, so do ask.