Accessible Holiday Homes in Britain

We have a large selection of properties across the UK to cover varying needs, we work with varies providers including the Accessible Holiday Home Trust, Bourne Leisure, Hoseasons, Pontins, various Hotel brands etc.

Our accessible holiday homes are located on over 200 sites across the United Kingdom and offer a varying degree of accessibility depending on your condition. 
We have found a great variation in units which many operators can change without notice so we need to inform them of needs to ensure correct allocation.
Some have wet rooms others are adapted but not fully accessible. Bedrooms may be twin beds in both rooms while others may have a double in master bedroom and twins in 2nd bedroom or just one single. Single beds range between 2ft/ 2ft3"/2ft6" and 3 ft widths, some bases are solid others slatted which has lower weight limit
Most units will have a parking space by unit sometimes next to ramp , others on road  near unit, bays on road are marked with disabled sign however not always marked with unit number so another badge holder may be in bay closest to the unit.
Around the sites there are a few disabled bays near public areas like reception, entertainment complex etc, however these often can be full.
Most of the ramps and made from U-PVC and some have a turn part way, most wheelchairs will be able to be pushed up, wider and some mobility scooters may struggle.
Some units have two doors, however only one is wide enough for wheelchairs, it can be a struggle to open doors if you are in a wheelchair as doors open outwards.
Bedrooms
Master Bedroom
The Master Bedroom may have either a double bed or two singles, however if fitted with a double it is often very close to the window only allowing wheelchair access from one side. If fitted with two singles these are normally against the walls so access is from space in middle.
The width of beds can vary, doubles are normally 4ft6" and when singles are fitted these can vary, normally one is wider than the other, width can be between 2ft3" / 2ft6" or 3ft, most often you will find a 3ft and 2ft6" . Please note these singles often cannot be moved.
The Beds may have a solid base or may be slated. Occassionally storage may be as a lift up on double beds. Mattresses are normally basic spring construction not foam.
Bedroom Facilities Include :-
  • Double or Twin Beds with Mattress
  • One pillow per person (basic type)
  • A duvet per bed
  • Wardrobe with hangers
  • Window/s with curtains
  • Pull up handles or trapeze grab bar
  • A 13 amp 3 pin socket
  • Master light with switch in room
Master Bedroom may include :
  • Mirror
  • Shaver Point
  • Lights above or next to bed with switches
  • Draws or bed side unit
  • Carpet , Lino or Laminate Flooring
  • Bed Linen - Pillowcase / Flat Sheet and duvet cover
  • Hair drier
Bed linen is included in some units, please check at time of booking as Some operators hire linen or require you to buy or take your own. Pillows and duvets provided will vary in quality depending on unit owner, normally they are basic fibre filled, however for some people they may be to thin and you will need to take extra from home. If you have an allergy to any type of bedding please advice us.
Selection of images below from different makes and models of accessible units . Bedding shown and accessories and may not be typical of rooms on different parks. Images to make you aware of layouts etc.
Second Bedroom
The Second Bedroom may have either one or two singles, however if fitted with only one single it may have a fold up bed beneath it allowing wheelchair access from one side. If fitted with two singles these are normally against the walls so access is from space in middle however in some models this may be less than 10" wide.
The width of beds can vary, singles when solid bases normally have 1 x 3ft and  1 x 2ft6",if they are metal framed with slates these can be anywhere between 2ft. 2ft3", 2ft6" or 3ft, most often you will find one wider than the other .Please note that access between beds varies greatly and most do not have any pull up bars or hooks to put one in.
The Beds may have a solid base or may be slated. Occassionally storage may be under beds. Mattresses are normally basic spring construction not foam.
Bedroom Facilities Include :-
  • Single or Twin Beds with Mattress
  • One pillow per bed (basic type)
  • A duvet per bed
  • Wardrobe with hangers sometimes over bed
  • Window/s with curtains
  • A 13 amp 3 pin socket
  • Master light with switch in room
Second Bedroom may include :
  • Mirror
  • Lights above or next to bed with switches
  • Draws or bed side unit
  • Carpet , Lino or Laminate Flooring
  • Bed Linen - Pillowcase / Flat Sheet and duvet cover
Bed linen is included in some units, please check at time of booking as Some operators hire linen or require you to buy or take your own. Pillows and duvets provided will vary in quality depending on unit owner, normally they are basic fibre filled, however for some people they may be to thin and you will need to take extra from home. If you have an allergy to any type of bedding please advice us.
Selection of images below from different makes and models of accessible units . Bedding shown and accessories and may not be typical of rooms on different parks. Images to make you aware of layouts etc.
Bathrooms
Bathrooms very a lot , from model to model some are a complete wet room, while others have an area part walled for shower, the most common is the bottom type which has a curtain which pulls round to stop water going everywhere.
All shower rooms have either a drop down stool or a shower stool, drop down rails by toilet and grab rails. The middle design has the smallest of shower areas, and if doors aren't locked into position can cause a drenched floor,
Sinks very in size, and some have storage around sink. All have sliding doors and either a heated towel rail or shower
Bathroom Facilities Include :
  • Shower with flexible hose
  • Shower stool
  • Extractor Fan
  • Hand Rails
  • Radiator or Heated Towel Rail
Bathroom may include :
  • Shaver point
  • Storage by sink
  • Blind on window
  • Openable window
  • Bin
Some units may have a standard toilet in Master bedroom as en-suite.
It is normal policy for units not to have a toilet roll, toilet brush, toiletries or towels on normal rentals, this is for hugiene reasons.
Kitchen and Living Areas
Kitchen
Kitchens and Living areas very a lot , from model to model and by Grade with more extras luxuries being added to higher grades, depending on the guest many aren't used by most guests unless you plan to be in the home most of the time. Limited number of sockets
Let's start with the Kitchen, this may be along one side, or in area adjoining second bedroom, some have gas rings others electric, you may have a larder fridge, fridge with ice box or even fridge/freezer. Microwave ovens are normally provided although in several newer models have not been accessible for wheelchair users.
All come with a kettle, but not necessarily a toaster. Pots and pans are provided but are limited and frying pan may not be non stick. Plates, bowls, mugs and glasses provided as well as cutlery. Cooking utensils and sharp knives are basic and limited to what is normally provided. We recommend checking inventory on arrival.
Sink comes with washing up bowl and drainer.
Dining Area
The dining area is normally opposite door in lounge area and either has one or a corner fitted seat, table and either two chairs or 2 stools, if no bench seat then normally 2 extra chairs, there are not enough seats to sit a family of 6 down together. No sockets in dining area normally.
Lounge Area
Normally this is a fixed bench seat going around end, but in a few models separate sofas a 2 seater and a 3 seater and a poofee, a fire, and may be a radiator, tv, double electric socket, often a coffee table. In bench seating is a double pull out bed and storage lockers. There will be curtains at windows but not necessarily net curtains.
On higher models you may get a dvd player, scatter cushions, upgraded picture and nicer looking curtains etc and may be a electric fire that glows without having to have heat on.
Kitchen and Living Area Facilities Include :
  • Hob with 4 rings (Gas or Electric)
  • Gas or Electric Oven
  • Extractor Fan
  • Minimum of Fridge 
  • Microwave Oven
  • Kettle
  • Plates,Bowls,Mugs & Glassware for 4 to 6
  • Basic Pots, Pans and Utensils
  • Colour TV (Digital)
  • Table and seating for 4
  • Electric or Gas Fire
  • Smoke Detector
  • Carbon Monoxide Monitor
  • Seating for no. of berths
Kitchen and Living Area may include :
  • Freezer
  • Egg Cups
  • Wine Glasses
  • Mop and Bucket
  • DVD player
  • Scatter Cushions
  • Automatic temperature control
  • Upgraded decor
  • Net Curtains
  • Fold Out Bed
When using pull out bed in lounge fire must be turned up, some newer units have wardrobes in hall. No divider curtains between bed and kitchen/dining area.