Top 10 wheelchair-accessible cabins, lodges and cottages in the UK

Ahead of Disabled Access Day, Srin Madipalli, founder of accomable.com, an online collection of accessible properties, picks 10 of his favourites places to stay

Award-winning accessible cottages with hot tubs
On a ridge of the South Downs national park, 12 miles from Winchester, are Wallops Wood’s five award-winning ground floor self-catering cottages, individually rated under the National Accessible Scheme. Awarded gold in the Access for All Tourism at the Beautiful South Awards 2015, each cottage offers step-free access, smooth oak flooring and a patio for easy access by wheelchair. There are also funky offerings such as a cosy woodburner for winter, and hot tub and barbecue for summer. Nearby attractions include Winchester’s Visitor Trail By Wheelchair, which incorporates some of the city’s major attractions.
A three-bedroom, fully accessible cottage, sleeping six adults, costs from £900 a week, 01489 878888, wallopswoodcottages.co.uk
Wallops Wood and Daisy Bank (below) will be offering an open day from 10am on Saturday 12 March for guests who want to check out the facilities for themselves

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