With a range of historic monuments, battlegrounds, and castles, as well as modern attractions for the family such as a safari park and a theatre, Stirling is a great place to revisit Scotland’s ancient past.
Blair Drummond Safari Park
With a drive-through safari, a wild birds of prey presentation, pedal boats, a farm, a sea lion exhibit, fl...
Whether you’re interested in watching or trying out sports, from indoor cycling and football, to swimming and sailing – there are plenty of accessible sporting venues located throughout the country! Here are a few of our favourites:
Whether it’s a relaxed screening or a captioned film you're looking for, independent cinemas have lots to offer. Grab your popcorn, as here are some of the UK’s best independent cinemas with disabled access to visit right now!
Saffron Screen, Essex
Have you ever been to a cinema within a school? Saffron Screen, a curious non-profit cinema i...
If you’re getting ready to tie the knot, finding a wheelchair accessible venue can seem like a daunting task. Before you start, write down all the questions you need to ask potential wedding venues and Keep this list beside you as you begin enquiring. To give you a little inspiration, here are ten Euan’s Guide listed or reviewed wedding venues...
Spanish disabled access reviews to inspire your next trip
From dreamy Barcelona and stylish Madrid to volcanic beaches and quiet cathedrals, Spain is a remarkable country to explore and full of accessible sights and attractions. We’ve picked a few of the best disabled access reviews around Spain to inspire your next trip!
A city by the seaside, Barcelona is full of bars and restaurants,...
Self-catering cottages are a good option for group and family holidays, and many have spacious gardens to enjoy in the sun! Check out our top picks for wheelchair accessible summer cottages this year:
Seastar Holiday Cottage, Deal
With its own courtyard and beachside garden, Seastar Holiday Cottage in the seaside town of Deal is...
A weekend city break in the UK is a fun way to explore somewhere new! With innovative museums, good nightlife or amazing architecture, here are our top five cities for an exciting accessible trip.
Good for: A short city break with lots of history.
A storybook city with a cathedral and a castle perched at the top of Steep Hill, Lin...
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 an unusual lunch spot to surprise friends, check out these quirky cafes and tearooms with disabled access. Perhaps you’ll eat fancy toast in Whitstable, enjoy a cream tea with a difference in Cornwall, or visit the kitchen garden where the first ever pineapple was grown in Britain!
The Elm Tree Tearoom, Truro
Broughty Ferry, Dundee’s fishing village and beach neighbourhood, is full of cosy restaurants and lively bars! Local Euan’s Guide Ambassador Claire D’All and other locals have reviewed disabled access at their favourite restaurants along the waterfront and in the village centre, and here’s what they told us:
Sol y Sombra Tapas Bar