Welsh hotels with top disabled access
Whether it be a relaxing trip to the coast, or an adventure-packed holiday in one of Wales’ bustling cities, whatever your reason to travel to this picturesque country you’re sure to have a good time. Finding the perfect hotel to relax in or to set up base before an adventure is always an important task. So, we’ve rounded up 4 of the top hotels as reviewed on Euan’s Guide to help you plan your holiday to Wales.
The Metropole Hotel, Llandrindod Wells
Built in 1896 the charming Metropole hotel and spa was once the largest hotel in Wales. The beautiful AA rated hotel provides a picturesque stay with wonderful spa facilities.
One reviewer who stayed here described it as ‘a grand old Victorian hotel with a real feeling of history in a former mid-Wales spa town. Old building, but much done to help disabled visitors. Level entrance from car park, ramps where necessary and steps removed at changes in level, replaces by slightly sloping floors.’ Read more >>
The Future Inn, Cardiff
Situated on Cardiff Bay, within walking distance of Mermaid Quay and the Wales Millennium Centre, The Future Inn has a wonderful 4.5 star rating on our site. Just three miles out of the bustling Cardiff city centre, this is the perfect hotel to come to relax and unwind after a day of sightseeing in the Welsh capital.
One reviewer said it’s a ‘nice hotel’ with ‘good parking and good disabled access.’ Staff are very helpful, with breakfast and evening meals also being described as ‘very good’. Read more >>
The Quay Hotel & Spa, Deganwy
Another luxurious spa hotel, this time located in Deganwy on the North Coast of Wales. The Quay Hotel & Spa is cool and sophisticated with immense views over the Conwy Estuary. It’s a serene place to unwind, and one reviewer did just that, giving it a 5 star recommendation.
‘This is a modern hotel, so everything for disabled people is considered in building it. I found the rooms I stayed in had a huge bathroom with a bath and separate shower and two hand basins.’ Read more >>
Kerry Farm, Newtown
Kerry Farm cottages, situated in 10 acres of beautiful Welsh countryside and just 5 minutes from the local village of Kerry, offers a 5-star accessible retreat. The cottages have been specially designed to accommodate those with access requirements without feeling like it is a place for ‘disabled people’.
These cottages are a fun, relaxing place to stay as two reviewers discovered. One described the holiday as a ‘chance of a lifetime break for your family’. The second reviewer wrote, ‘can’t wait to return to the best holiday we have ever had as a family!’ These reviewers can’t give enough praise to the staff and facilities at Kerry Farm, so we highly recommend you check it out! Read more >>
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