Our reviewers love coffee shops and Euan’s Guide is their place to go to let others know about their awesome experiences getting their daily caffeine fix. We’ve compiled a list of some of the highest rated coffee places from around the UK.
The Counter at the Delaunay – London
Close to Convent Garden, this Viennese style coffee shop receiv...
July has arrived and summer is well and truly here. We have lots of great summer events listed on Euan’s Guide, and we’ve compiled a list of suggestions to inspire your next adventure.
RSPB Bempton Cliffs: Wildlife Walk
Various dates 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Throughout the month of July, The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds are offering...
Summer is here and many of us are planning holidays for a break from work or school. We’ve compiled a list of destinations for potential city breaks for a summer getaway to inspire your travel bug.
London has long been a favourite for travellers to escape to and explore. There’s no shortage of places to stay, whether you want to st...
There’s lots happening up and down the country both indoors and out! Here is a small selection from all the events happening this month:
HOME, Manchester – Friday 3rd
Richard III (Signed performance)
Tom Mothersdale (The Glass Menagerie; Cleansed; John) returns to Headlong to play Shakespeare’s iconic villain, in a revelatory new production...
It’s finally spring - if you’re looking for something fun and accessible to do in between painting eggs and eating chocolate, we’ve got a few ideas for you to try!
Gardens become a real treat for the senses in spring – see and smell the flowers, listen to the birds and feel the warmth of the sun for the first time in months...
Our favourite Disabled Access Day 2019 reviews
We’ve been getting lots of reviews from people who went out and tried something new on Disabled Access Day 2019! It’s fantastic to see so many people and places got into the spirit of #YouAndSomewhereNew on March 16th and we’re looking forward to the next event in 2021. In the meantime, here are s...
Join our new London Reviewer Group on Facebook!
Calling all Londoners! You can now join our London Reviewer Group on Facebook! Whether you want to ask other Londoners about a place you want to go to, or if you want to share a review or talk about what’s new in accessibility, this group offers a place to do so with like-minded people.
Why a Lo...
5 accessible London museums you might not have heard of
From a wheelchair accessible subterranean temple to a postal museum with a Changing Places toilet, London has lots of unusual collections to explore! Have you been to any of these museums?
The Postal Museum
With automatic doors, step-free access and a Changing Places toilet, The Postal Museum is a curious and accessible place to visit in Lo...
This week is English Tourism Week, and we’re looking for new disabled access reviews of your favourite English attractions! To get you inspired, take a look at these top disabled access reviews on Euan’s Guide right now:
Warner Bros. Studio Tour, Watford
Harry Potter fans descend on the Warner Bros. Studio Tour in Watford to capture the ma...
Locations: London, York, Watford, Hull, Bodelva, Blackpool
If you’re looking for somewhere to relax and unwind, look no further than these luxury hotels with disabled access! Each one is reviewed or listed on Euan’s Guide, and all of them have wet rooms in their accessible bedrooms.
Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons, Oxford
A countryside retreat with a French feel, Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saiso...
Locations: Oxford, Glasgow, Edinburgh, London, Aberystwyth, St. Andrews, Whitby