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Weekend cottage - disabled access/friendly needed

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maggie75 Tue 17-May-11 22:11:14

Hi all

A group of friends and our kids all want to go away for a weekend next march. The group includes babies, toddlers, grown ups and also one of our friends who has MS and is in a wheelchair. Location - ideally up to a few hours from the West Midlands max.

She has been to Center Pacrs before, but would like to try somewhere different - but we are struggling to find accomodation that suits. We would be a pretty big group (15-20 adults, 6/7 kids - oldest would be 5 years), but only one cottage needs the disabled access etc. Our friend says that a stumbling block is often the bathrooms - she needs industry spec bathroom - raised loo, arm rests on both sides etc. Has anyone got any recomendations? All/any suggestions would be gratefully received.

Ive X posted in special needs - recommendations.

applesandcider Wed 01-Jun-11 23:24:36

I'd suggest www.tourismforall.org.uk as a starting point for advice.

cer100 Wed 15-Jun-11 20:28:57

Try www.broadgatefarmcottages.co.uk - you can book a group of cottages and some have ground floor bedrooms/wetrooms. It is near Beverley which is lovely and the cottages are on a farm with cute animals

cer100 Wed 15-Jun-11 20:29:54

Or field house farm cottages near Bridlington they do have full disabled access cottages

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