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Late availability disabled access holiday cottages

We partner with specialist holiday lodge owners to bring you holiday cottages with disabled access in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. From Devon to Kent to the Scottish Highlands, we allow you to take advantage of traditional and eloquent properties with easy access for wheelchair users and those with limited movement available. All the disabled access holiday cottages we work with have been designed with full accessibility in mind and include key features designed to facilitate full enjoyment throughout the length of your stay, including extra large bathrooms and stable ramps. In addition they include the beautiful features that define the cottage experience including rustic and comfortable furnishings, picturesque surroundings and a ‘home away from home’ feel that assures blissful relaxation for all members of the party. Depending on the location, visitors can also take advantage of tranquil activities including fly-fishing, country walks and skiing.

All this is available at fantastic prices direct from holiday cottage owners – we charge no middleman fees, ensuring your money goes further than ever before. We are an honest, reliable company with several years experience in this industry, and always do our best to make sure our customers enjoy their holiday lodges to the fullest extent. And don’t forget that because our disabled access holiday cottages including self-catering facilities, you get complete freedom to dine as you please. Either pre-arrange a trip to the supermarket or eat out in any of the surrounding local restaurants. Whether you’re staying with a romantic partner or family this is a great way to sample some natural, organic cuisine and revitalise your body from the excesses and stresses of everyday life. Take a look through our holiday cottages with disabled access today, and start looking forward to your well-earned trip, whether it’s to Devon, Galway or way up in the Scottish Highlands.