Welcome to Euan's Guide
Euan’s Guide is the disabled access review website helping people find great places to go!
Thousands of disabled people use our website to share reviews for all kinds of places, from visitor attractions, restaurants and hotels to everyday essentials like stations and shops.
By sharing information on the places you visit on Euan’s Guide you’ll be helping us make the world more accessible one review at a time!
Want to get started? It only takes 3 simple steps!
Step 1 – create an account
It is easy to get started! The first step is to create an account. All you need is a username, password and email address.
Already created an account? Follow the link below to login.
Step 2 – Confirm your email address
Once you’ve created a new account we’ll ask you to confirm your email address. To do this you simply need to click on the link we sent to your registered email address.
Step 3 – Start reviewing
That’s it! You can now start reviewing all the places you visit!
While you are here...
There are loads of other things to see and do on Euan’s Guide. Try searching for new places to visit, looking for upcoming events or taking a look at our blog for news and updates from the team.
A bit about us
Euan’s Guide is a charity, we provide a website where people can share useful disabled access information to help remove some of the fear that can come with visiting somewhere new.
We were founded by Euan MacDonald, a powerchair user, and his sister Kiki. Euan was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease in 2003 and he found a lack of disabled access made everyday experiences stressful. By using disabled access reviews to break down the barriers of exclusion with the help of other people in the same situation, we hope to give everyone the freedom to explore.
We’re passionate about accessible toilets and Changing Places toilets as without access to these facilities so many people can’t safely take part in activities.
We ask people to talk about toilets in their review for that very reason. It is great when people also share a photo of the accessible toilet or Changing Places toilet in their review to help people decide whether or not they should visit that particular venue. Far too often we come across accessible toilets that are poorly designed or cluttered which can make them inaccessible.
If you visit somewhere with an accessible toilet or Changing Places facility then we’d love to hear about it!
Red Cord Cards
Red emergency cords are an important safety feature found in accessible toilets. They are designed to be a way for people to call for help, yet far too often they are tied up out of reach or cut too short, which prevents them from being used by someone who requires assistance.
We developed a simple solution to stop the misuse of Red Cord Cards. We designed a small, splash proof card which is designed to be attached to red emergency cords and remind everyone how the cords should be left. We give out the cards free of charge to individuals who spread the message by adding the cards to every cord they come across up and down the country. To find out more about our Red Cord Cards or to order your own follow the link below.