Accessible places to visit in England. Discover England’s vibrant cities, tranquil countryside and exciting coastline.
Ask most people if they’ve visited the North West and they’ll tell you they’ve been to the Lake District or Blackpool. Whilst both locations are special in their own right, I can’t help thinking visitors [more..]
I’ll admit it, I didn’t know the Derwent Dams in Derbyshire were used to practice the Dambuster raids during World War 2. Also, I didn’t know that man-made structures could blend so seamlessly into the [more..]
When we were planning our weekend in the Peak District National Park we asked our friends at Accessible Derbyshire to recommend a wheelchair walk. A few ideas were put forward and the one that caught [more..]
Are you fed up with mundane hotel rooms? Do you fancy trying alternative accessible accommodation? Have you ever considered staying on a farm? Do mobility problems limit your holiday options? If you can relate to [more..]
Visiting a grade one listed castle in a wheelchair isn’t normally advisable. By their very nature, castles are supposed to be inaccessible. Castle Drogo in Dartmoor however, isn’t a typical castle, and the National Trust [more..]