Accessible Holidays in Lincolnshire
While Farm Stay Holiday accommodation is usually based on a working farm, it is important that the rooms are accessible and available to all guests, no matter what age or physical disability they may have. Ground floor, accessible & spacious rooms bring those little extra touches that make life just that bit easier when living with a disability or infirmity. So, no matter what your age or disability is you’ll be sure to find the perfect Farm Stay Holiday accommodation to suit you.
Farm Stay offers several different levels of accessible rooms to suite your particular needs. Some disabilities only require a ground floor room to make life that bit easier which your Farm Stay host will be happy to cater for. As you get older or have mobility issues stairs can become a real challenge and can spoil a holiday.
Accessible facilities at Farm Stay properties can include wet rooms, slightly higher beds & standing aids located at useful points, that help make accessible rooms with Farm Stay that little bit special and your stay that much easier.
Lincolnshire is a very accessible friendly county. You’ll find lots of disabled friendly attractions and lots of easily accessible walks and trails to explore. By its very nature, much of Lincolnshire is topographically flat, without many hills to walk up and down, which makes it very easy to walk round, even pushing a wheel chair or using a walking stick.
One of the more enjoyable days out is the quintessential seaside experience at Cleethorpes. The promenade at Cleethorpes stretches long and flat and easy to transverse for miles alongside the beach, salt march, arcades and cafes. With lots of comfy seats and benches, as well as sea front cafes, you can spend a very pleasant day wondering along the seafront with an ice-cream before enjoying a quick game in the arcade and then get some of the best fish and chips in the county.
Farm Stay Accessible B&Bs in Lincolnshire
Farm Stay Accessible Self Catering Holiday Properties in Lincolnshire
Check with your individual accommodation for their accessibility ranking and specific needs you have for your accommodation.