To help you find the perfect holiday, we have selected a range of holiday cottages which may be suitable for those with limited mobility.
We understand everyone's requirements are different, so if you require more information, please feel free to give us a call on 01736 754 242 and we will be more than happy to help.
South West Coast Path:
Whilst sections of the coast path can present a challenge to the most able bodied of us, there are of course sections which are easily accessed and suitable for wheelchairs, mobility scooters, pushchairs and those who have trouble walking.
Many of Cornwall’s major beaches offer disabled facilities, and have Sandchairs available, which allow access on to the beach.
Aimed mainly at anglers, The ‘wheelyboat’ (http://www.wheelyboats.org/) at Stithians lake offers wheelchair users a chance to enjoy water-borne activities.
Most attractions provide disabled access, however certain places may be more difficult to access than others. St Michaels Mount for example, welcomes all, but access is limited to the castle via the causeway, and boarding the amphibious vehicle may prove difficult.
Other attractions such as the Eden Project have increased accessibility, with volunteers available to help you where necessary. Entry is free of charge for carers, and certain routes through the site have been designed with wheelchair access in mind.
All terrain mobility scooters are available to hire from certain attractions in Cornwall, such as Penrose Estate in Helston.
For more info on attractions that offer premesis with good access and specially considered facilities, please visit the Disability Cornwall Website.
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