We appreciate that everyone’s access requirements are individual and what suits one person may not suit another. We therefore only list places to stay that have a clear accessibility guide, to provide you with the information you need to decide what is/isn’t suitable for you
A smallholding style development of just four bespoke architect designed offgrid eco Tiny Homes set in a meadow environment. Come and stay to relax and unwind in comfort knowing that you are having a low impact on the environment.
Tiny Homes Holidays accommodation, grounds and tutorial space are all being designed to cater very well for guests with hearing, visual or mental impairment, older guests and people with certain types of Dementia and we aim to offer a great holiday experience for these guests and their carers and families.
The privately owned Lakeside Park Hotel, is the Island’s Premier 4 star Hotel. Offering unrivalled facilities with modern and quality designed accommodation, ideal for both business and leisure. Complimentary WIFI is available in all areas.
Three of our bedrooms are specially designed and equipped for disabled access. Pathways through the hotel grounds are DDA compliant to ensure that every guest can enjoy the Lakeside Park Hotel’s beautiful location.
This large stone and brick barn is one of a number of historic farm buildings, some of which date back to the 1500s. It is situated in an idyllic setting on the outskirts of Rookley village, in a valley amid farmland and woodland, only reached down a farm track, half a mile from the road. It is however within ten minutes drive of the County town of Newport, with large, modern shops, cinema, pubs, restaurants, etc., together with more traditional farmers’ markets and old style stores. The town is largely level, with good wheelchair access to most premises. Several local pubs and restaurants have excellent facilities for disabled customers.
Atherfield Green Farm Holiday Cottages are situated in the stunning south-west of the Isle of Wight.
Owned by Jenny and Alistair Davidson, there is a choice of four cottages; Rose, Honeysuckle, Lavender and Fuchsia, all of which are accessible for disabled guests.
The cottages were converted in 2001 and are attractively sited around a central, level courtyard. Rose, was the farm’s granary; Honeysuckle, the horse stable; and Lavender and Fuchsia, the milking parlour and dairy. Views from the cottages are spectacular, stretching across miles of unbroken farmland and countryside.
The Fernbank is an intimate small bed and breakfast retreat, complimented by an all day light bite menu, and superbly stocked bar. We endeavour to offer the finest service, value and standards to our guests within a quiet location. Breakfast is an occasion, served in our Garden Room, with only the finest and freshest local produce on offer The Fernbank has been extensively refurbished, and now offers classic country house style accommodation, in which to relax, unwind and discover the beautiful Isle of Wight. Whether it is a short break, or a holiday on the Isle of Wight make the Fernbank your second home.
You are warmly welcomed to the Isle of Wight’s most beautifully located hotel.
This former clubhouse is now a quirky holiday cottage with a verandah great for wildlife watching.
The Old Club House was once the clubhouse for the Royal Isle of Wight Golf Club. Opened in 1882, the club was a popular haunt for celebrities and Royals. Now a holiday cottage, the Old Club House has been adapted for accompanied disabled visitors.
Sit outside on the verandah and enjoy views across the duver or take a short walk to the local beach for a spot of rock pooling. For lunch, why not head to the village of St Helens, stop in the cosy pub for a bite to eat before exploring further afield.
The centre has been designed to provide quality self catering accommodation and facilities to support families, schools and care homes with members of any age on the Autistic Spectrum. For a holiday where Autism is understood and catered for.
Using the National Accessible Scheme for Disabled Access as a guide, our accessible accommodation on the Isle of Wight is to a minimum of Mobility Level M1 which is typically suitable for a person with sufficient mobility to climb a flight of steps but would benefit from fixtures and fittings to aid balance.
Four units have a downstairs toilet and shower room and an open plan living, dining and kitchen area.
Two of our holiday units are Mobility Level M2, typically suitable for a person with restricted walking ability and for those that may need to use a wheelchair some of the time and can negotiate a maximum of three steps. This person also requires personal or mechanical assistance (e.g. carer, hoist). These units have a downstairs bedroom and large wet room with an accessible WC and optional grab rails and shower wheelchair.
One of our holiday units is Mobility Level 3 Independent (M3i) which is similar to M3a but where a person may be an independent traveller. This particular unit has a purpose built kitchen with a sink and hob that are height adjustable and a side opening oven with resting shelf suitable for a wheelchair user. This unit has a large downstairs bedroom with king size bed accessible from either side and emergency pull cord alarms in both this bedroom and a downstairs wet room which includes an accessible WC and sink with grab rails and optional shower wheelchair.