The UK’s Most Gorgeous Destinations Which Are Wheelchair Accessible

The UK’s Most Gorgeous Destinations Which Are Wheelchair Accessible

The UK is an area of stunning natural beauty. Rolling country hills, thick woodland, weaving lakes, quaint rural villages and crisp fresh air are just a few reasons why people come to the UK and look further afield than the major cities. There are many excellent places to visit which are wheelchair accessible, so if you are looking inclusive holidays to the UK then consider any of these breathtaking and gorgeous areas.

Winchester

A beautiful and charming town located in Hampshire, Winchester is surrounded by natural beauty and has many brilliant old buildings. Winchester Cathedral is one of the largest in Europe and is a must see. Winchester is also highly accessible, with dozens of pubs, restaurants and cafes to stop in as you explore the town.

Bristol

Found beside the River Avon in the gorgeous southwest of England, Bristol has many amazing sights to see and both in and around the city. It is also a city thriving with culture, giving it a unique and distinctive atmosphere. Bristol is also highly accessible and a great place to stay for an all inclusive break.

Cheshire

A stones throw from the historic city of Liverpool, Cheshire is home to a number of quaint and beautiful rural villages of half-timbre and local red sandstone buildings. The county town is Chester which is a must visit, which features many amazing medieval buildings and it is one of the best preserved walled cities in the UK.

Brighton

Found on the south coast, this beautiful and unique coastal town is home to many beaches and is surrounded by gorgeous rolling hills. Brighton also is a fantastic town with pretty lanes and plenty of art and culture to soak up. For those that like to be by the sea, Brighton is a must visit and also easy to navigate in a wheelchair.

Glasgow

Scotland’s gorgeous port city of Glasgow is famed for its Victorian architecture and is deemed to be the cultural hub of Scotland. The third largest city in the UK, it is situated on the River Clyde and one of the prettiest places in all of Europe. There are also all many great areas to explore and places to visit, all of which are accessible by wheelchair

These are some of the most gorgeous UK destinations that are easily accessible by wheelchair. Travelling around these areas will be simple and straightforward, which will help to make your all inclusive holiday a fun and fulfilling experience.

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