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How to plan an accessible summer holiday in the UK

Whether you're looking for a beach holiday or a culture-filled city getaway, the UK has a lot to offer this summer. We've shared our tips on how to plan an enjoyable and accessible summer holiday with some added recommendations of where to visit.

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How to choose your accessible winter staycation break

Planning a winter staycation in the UK? Explore practical tips on selecting the perfect location, securing accessible accommodations, and organising enjoyable activities for a comfortable and memorable getaway.


Accessible Festive Days Out

Now that December’s upon us, there are lots of fun activities to help you get into the festive spirit. Rough Guides have chosen some of their top picks here.


Enjoy ‘A Daily Dose of Discovery’ with the new Rough Guide to Accessible Britain

The brand-new edition of the Rough Guide to Accessible Britain has just been launched, inspiring disabled people to enjoy accessible days out this summer. Keep reading to find out more.

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8 accessible virtual tours and visits

Rough Guides have shared a great selection of virtual and accessible visits, so you can explore the world from the comfort of your home. There are museums, gardens, theatre performances and more!


Accessible and Covid-friendly Festive Days Out

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5 dog-friendly accessible days out

Rough Guides writers Emma Field and Aimee White share five of the best accessible places in the UK that extend a warm welcome to you and your four-legged friend.


7 of the best sensory gardens in the UK

You’ll find pleasing greenery and pretty blossoms the length of the UK, but to really take it up a notch, pay a visit to one of these sensory gardens. Rough Guides writer Emma Field has picked seven spectacular gardens that appeal to all the senses.


Accessible days out for booklovers

Whether you’ve got a passion for poetry or a love of children’s literature, the UK has plenty of attractions to keep bookworms happy. From vast libraries to towns crammed with bookshops, we reveal the top accessible days out for bibliophiles.


Sarah Alexander’s day out at Irchester Country Park

In this article, disability and lifestyle blogger Sarah Alexander writes on her day out at Irchester Country Park last summer.


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