Kent, known as the ‘Garden of England’ is a beautiful place to visit at any time of year, particularly in summer/autumn as the countryside changes from lush green to autumn golds. There are some surprisingly accessible & out of the ordinary places to visit. Here’s our latest finds: Two restaurants of note, …are owned and…

Remember this debate well nothing has changed since it was first published in 2012……shocking that in 21st century there are still places quoting this reason for no accessibility or toilets for disabled people. Contact us if you’ve experienced this! We will present to government ………………………………………… April 2, 2012: Having researched disabled facilities at restaurants and…

As ‘outside’ hospitality is now open following COVID 19 Government guidelines, we thought we reminded you of accessible pub gardens around the UK in a previous post. One venue we listed was The Perch in Oxford: Just far enough outside central Oxford to get away from the hustle, bustle and students you can find The Perch. It’s…

Update Feb 2021: Kerala, Neelambari Eco Resort & Pastis Hotel, St. Tropez We featured Neelambari resort below and since we’ve learnt of their history and it was so inspiring we had to add……They also have a good understanding of ‘Accessibility’……….. “Neelambari is a small boutique property with eight rooms. We started three years back. The…

Accessibility Championed at Inaugural Blue Badge Access Awards 7th Oct 2019  The inaugural Blue Badge Access Awards were held at The Langham London with the support of charity Leonard Cheshire Disability. Thirteen winners were awarded on the basis of celebrating thoughtful and stylish inclusive design and business practices across the world. This year’s winners included…

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