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Wheelchair holiday house for family reunion?

(6 Posts)
senvet Sat 03-Jan-15 23:29:25

Hi folks
Where would you look for a wheelchair friendly holiday house to suit several families, mostly able bodied.

I would want to be able to take full part in cooking etc, not have everyone rushing in assuming I need help. This is maddening as it is their presence crowding behind my power chair usually makes me unable to cook the meal ...

footallsock Sat 03-Jan-15 23:32:02

YHA have done amazing properties.

footallsock Sat 03-Jan-15 23:32:52

YHA have done amazing properties.

footallsock Sat 03-Jan-15 23:33:29

Have some sorry ...

senvet Sun 04-Jan-15 00:03:46

Thanks
Good luck with the keyboard

senvet Sun 04-Jan-15 17:55:52

I have found the Accessibility Scheme Website. I think. It is called Open Britain.
It is an awful website! The front page does not even make it clear it deals with accommodation.
And it doesn't seem to come up when any of the usual search words are put in.
They need that lad who won the apprentice to sort them out!

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