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Friday, 18 November 2016

Accessible Holidays





With the cold weather here and Christmas fast approaching many of us our looking at booking holidays for the new year, Easter, Summer or just to get away from the daily grind.  Rolling fields, traditional pubs and stylish cities; a weekend exploring a corner of England is sure to be fun!

Finding somewhere to stay is part of the excitement, here are a few suggestions:
(Click on the picture to be taken to the main website for these holidays)

Park House, Sandringham 

http://www.parkhousehotel.org.uk/
 
Park House Hotel is part of The Leonard Cheshire, supports disabled guests and their carers or companions to have a holiday or period of respite together in the beautiful Norfolk countryside.

A dazzling Victorian country house set in rural surroundings, in the Sandringham Royal Estate. Nearby is the quaint market town of King’s Lynn with theatres, museums and more to explore!

The Talbot Hotel, Malton

http://www.talbotmalton.co.uk/pages/home

The Talbot Hotel in the heart of the North Yorkshire market town of Malton, 20 minutes from the city of York. Visitors here are spoilt for choice. A fully restored Grade II listed building, The Talbot Hotel is best described as elegant with ‘classic British design.’ 

The hotel also has a fine-dining restaurant run by Celebrity chef James Martin supporting local producers in North Yorkshire. They even have their own smoke house!

Dementia Friendly Holidays
 
http://www.disabledholidays.com/Dementia-Suported-Holiday-property-97880.html

Visit the Ancient Capital of Scotland in Edinburgh, a supported 5 day short breaks (Monday - Friday) run throughout the year for people living with dementia and their family member/carer or friend to enjoy together.   

Under the shadows of the extinct volcano Edinburgh is a beautiful city full of culture and history. Whether it is exploring the Royal Botanical Gardens, having a wander down Princess Street or looking around the Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh provides a stunning backdrop for a relaxing city break.

Wallops Wood Cottages, Southampton
 
http://www.wallopswoodcottages.co.uk/

Situated in the South Downs National Park in the beautiful Meon Valley, within easy reach of London, Winchester, Petersfield, Chichester, Southampton and Portsmouth, the five ground floor cottages incorporate a tasteful blend of contemporary style and modern comforts, and sleep 6-8 people.   

These self-catering cottages ‘were designed with mobility, hearing and vision impaired guests in mind.’ Each cottage can sleep up to eight people which makes Wallops Wood Cottages a great place for a big family holiday or celebration!
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