Wheelchair friendly weekend breaks in the UK and Ireland. Are you looking for an accessible weekend break, suitable for wheelchair users – take a look at our road trips and weekends away.
A few weeks ago we visited the Holderness coast in the East Riding of Yorkshire. This stretch of coast holds the unfortunate accolade of being the most eroding coastline in Britain. If you’re unsure where [keep reading]
We are a bit light on Scotland, it’s not that we haven’t been, it’s just that we went before we started travel blogging. To rectify this, we took a drive along the south-west coast from [keep reading]
Before travelling in a wheelchair, we visited the Lake District often. There’s something magical about the area with its dramatic mountains, quintessential English villages and of course stunning lake vistas. Sadly, these days it’s a [keep reading]
It’s been some time since I visited Morecambe and do you know what, it’s actually quite pleasant. If anything, I was surprised because the Morecambe I remember wasn’t so great. I’m not entirely sure what I [keep reading]
Often overlooked, the Fylde Coast is a diverse stretch of coastline in the North West of England. Understandably, most visitors head for Blackpool, the entertainment capital of the North, and why not! We’re keen to [keep reading]