Accessibility can be the difference between a brilliant holiday and a disastrous trip for those who are less able. Farm Stay self-catering accessible accommodation in Lincolnshire aims to cater to all people, no matter of age issues or physical disability. Accessible rooms come in several different forms depending on what you need. In the case of self-catering accommodation this could mean that the property is a bungalow and thus is all on one floor. It could be that for a larger party the accommodation is divided into several individually equipped floors allowing carers or other family members to stay within hailing distance, in case there are any problems. Other options include a wet room which makes life so much easier for both disabled
people and elderly as well as more accessible toilet facilities and mobility aides at useful points for help in standing.
So, what are the benefits of self-catering accommodation? You can set you own hours, please yourself completely and not be bound by meal times and other time constraints that are a flaw in bed and breakfast accommodation. If you enjoy cooking you can cook up a storm in one of our well-appointed Farm Stay kitchens. Lincolnshire has some of the best produce to cook with, including Lincolnshire sausages, breads and fresh fish. If you enjoy fishing you can combine the two pursuits, fishing for your super and enjoying the days catch. Self-catering accommodation provides you with the privacy to really enjoy your holiday.
For those of a more city leaning the provincial capital of the county Lincoln has plenty of accessible attractions to visit. For example, the castle has recently undergone a multi-million pound refit to allow access to the walls, museum and general ground for everyone to enjoy. The views from the walls offer superb vistas across the city. The city itself has plenty of shops, restaurants and other facilities to look around and makes for a very enjoyable day out for those of all ages and disabilities.