Cornwall is home to numerous cosy and hospitable accommodations that cater to different types of tourists and locals. They want to ensure that everyone will enjoy their holiday and provide all the comfort and relaxation that their guests deserve. This is especially true for individuals with physical ailments who want to have fun without having trouble getting in and out of their lodge or accommodation.
If you are looking for a disabled-friendly place across Cornwall, here are some of the best accommodations you can check out for your upcoming holiday trip.
1. Honeypin at Golant in Fowey
After a tiring day of exploring all the beautiful sceneries in Cornwall, all you want to do is crash into bed or sit comfortably on the couch while having a quiet evening listening to the calming sound coming from the wood burner with a glass of wine. Or you can melt your stress away by spending a few minutes in the sauna. If cooking is your passion, you can prepare a hearty meal in the kitchen, complete with an electric oven, fridge, and microwave for everyone to enjoy.
The best part of this single-storey cottage is bringing your furry friends with you, though with an additional fee. Since it is a single-storey cottage, you don’t have to worry about climbing stairs if you have difficulty walking. All amenities and facilities are just within your reach. The place also has wheelchair access, a shower chair, a wheel-in shower, an electric bed and a rise and recline chair. Even if your movement is limited, you can still do your everyday routine without hassle. Honeypin at Golant is strategically located near some of the best restaurants, boutiques, and attractions. If you get bored, you can easily wander around the Fowey area and just enjoy the beautiful scenery.
2. Cross Park Lodge
Breathe some fresh air and experience farm life at the Cross Park Lodge in Launceston. The place itself is a sight to enjoy with its blue sky and green grass. Inside the property, you will be welcomed by a brightly lit lounge where you can enjoy watching a movie while munching on some yummy snacks.
The place has wheelchair access and ramps and is pet friendly. The Cross Park Lodge is close to some of the best coastal walks and beaches. The Lost Gardens of Heligan, the Eden Project, and Morwellham Quay are just some of the best places to check out near the cottage.
3. Trevassack Holidays on the Lizard Peninsula
The brand new self-catering cottages from Trevassack Holidays offer luxury accommodation with many accessible features for disabled visitors and their families. Comprising six accessible holiday properties in Cornwall, the centre is a purpose-built centre situated beside a lake on the Lizard Peninsula near Helston.
Guests staying in the state-of-the-art holiday accommodation can enjoy the very best facilities, plus access to watersports activities at the lake that is geared towards disabled people and their able bodies companions. Visitors can choose from sailing, kayaking sna stand-up-paddle-boarding at the specialist disabled watersports centre.
4. Country Holiday Accessible Cottage
The Country Holiday Accessible Cottage is one of the best accommodations that is accessible for any disability. It is within a 43-acre farm, which allows you to enjoy a quiet life away from the busy and noisy city. A solid oak flooring will greet you as you enter the kitchen, living room, bedroom, and bathroom strategically placed on the same floor for easy access and mobility.
Since the place is designed with disabled people in mind, the area is complete with visual aids, hearing facilities, electric bed, wheelchair access, shower chair, and grab rails. The doorways are wide enough so a wheelchair can conveniently fit in. Apart from the beautiful view the place has to offer, it is surrounded by magnificent attractions that you shouldn’t miss visiting.