Last Minute Holiday Cottage Bookings with Disabled Access

Holidays are brilliant no matter who you are. Who doesn’t love a rest and a break away from the daily grind, but if you suffer from a chronic condition, sometimes there’s nothing you need more than a last minute break away and a chance to relax and recuperate. With conditions that change so regularly, sometimes the only option can be to book these holidays last minute - and being able to find hotels with accessible facilities at the last minute without having to remortgage your house to pay for it can be a challenge.

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last minute holiday cottage bookings for disabledIf this is the situation you find yourself in, it may be worth looking into accessible cottages for your holiday rather than hotels. These often have a lot more facilities to make your holiday far easier, including wet rooms, accessible kitchens and bigger rooms, which can be particularly helpful as you can rest safe in the knowledge that you will have all the space and help you need while you’re away - nothing is more annoying than trying to squeeze into one of the tiny hotel bathrooms to have a shower, only to find it’s actually a shower over the bath and you can’t even use it!

There are so many reasons why a holiday cottage might be the best option for you and your family if you’re looking to get away - whether it’s price, location or the more personalised service, there’s no denying that staying in a cottage couldn't be more different to staying in a hotel.

Holiday cottages can be better for disabled people than hotels

Cottages can often lead to a more relaxing holiday, whether you have a disability or not, but if you do have additional needs, sometimes the location of holiday cottages can ensure that you have a much more relaxing holiday. They’re often in quieter areas meaning that you can avoid floods of people thundering around you at check in time and take things at your own pace, particularly helpful if you’re wobbly on your feet or struggle with anxiety when it comes to being in crowds - a holiday isn't a time to challenge yourself, it’s a time to give yourself a break.

late deal cottage bookings disabled facilitiesIf you're a fan of routine and don't want to lose this when you go away on holiday, a cottage may suit you and your family far more than any hotel ever could. As mentioned earlier, you are able to do what you want to do when you want, meaning that you can fit it around your own routine, no worry about missing breakfast or anything like that and as cottages have a much more homely feel than hotels do, they can often give that sense of relaxation that you’d struggle to find at your local Travel-Lodge.

Staying in a holiday cottage often means that you are staying in someone’s home, and so this helps to give the whole experience a really personal feel. Whether it’s that you have questions about the facilities available or whether you just want a more personal touch, you can find this at a cottage. Plus, if you’re staying at an adapted cottage, for example, the owner may be able to give you some advice on some of the best accessible attractions in the area too - it’s little touches like these that are hard to find these days.

As hotels have limits on how many people can stay in their rooms, this can often be a problem for families, meaning that the family has to split up due to lack of room, let alone if you need extra space for a wheelchair and so on as well. Obviously, while cottages have their own bedrooms and so on, they do offer a private communal space which can be hard to find in other types of accommodation, meaning that it’s not a case of squishing everyone into one room just so that you can relax together.

These are just some of the many advantages of opting for a holiday cottage for your last minute break. It’s getting easier and easier to find cottages at reasonable prices that give you everything you need, and there is definitely no reason why you should have to sacrifice your relaxation and comfort simply because a hotel is unable to provide the additional facilities that you might need during your stay.

Cottages for the Disabled

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If you are disabled and plan on going on holiday then the last thing you want is your disablity causing you problems or stress in the time your supposed to be relxing or enjoying the holiday. By booking a disabled friendly holiday cottage with higher sockets you may find that the time you spend away from home will be much more enjoyable, the holiday will be a lot easier and a lot more less stressful leaving you with nothing but the pleasure of getting away from home for a short break.

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Do contact us if you would like to send us your recommendation for holidays for the disabled or any other disability related information which might be useful to our visitors.

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