A Yellow Labrador Guide Dog walking along a promenade with it's owner holding a white stick


  1. Wales
    The country of Wales is a place of natural drama. It is full of things to do from visiting its many beaches, walking around mountain ranges, discovering history through ancient monuments and museums and shopping in its larger cities. The country’s capital is Cardiff. Cardiff offers spectacular shopping, museums, dining and entertainment.
  2. North East England
    You’ll find some real gems when visiting the North East of England, some hidden, but most standing out. This area encompasses South Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, North Yorkshire, all of which have their own delights, plus Leeds, York, Scarborough and Beverley. You’ll find some truly wonderful places to stay and visit and plenty of diverse landscapes and attractions to keep you entertained.
  3. South East England
    The South of England is home to England’s capital city, London. Visit this part of the UK for royal castles, flowing countryside, manor houses and exciting attractions from safari parks to adventure trails. There are so many things to do in South East England and a whole range of diverse landscapes so you’re sure to find something for everyone whether you’re looking for heritage, shopping or excitement.
  4. South West England
    The South West is one of the most popular holiday destinations for those travelling around the UK. Not only is it a beautiful coastal region but it is full of unique attractions, rolling countryside and more.
  5. Scotland
    Scotland is a friendly, passionate and innovative country making up the northern part of the United Kingdom. It is a widely diverse country with cities, countryside, coastlines and more all with their own distinct Scottish charm.
  6. Mid England
    The midlands is home to areas of outstanding natural beauty, the birthplace of William Shakespeare, plus world famous cities like Birmingham. It is an area of England that is steeped in history, art and culture and includes beautiful archetictural delights like Lincoln Cathedral. This is such a wide area you can’t possibly get bored, from cosmopolitan cities, seaside resorts and places like the Peak District, you couldn’t get more varied.
  7. North West England
    From the beautiful countryside to a delightful coast to bustling cities and rural villages, there is something for everyone looking for a charming break or day trip in the North West of England.
  8. Accessible breaks in East of England
    With so much to see and do in the East of England, there are plenty of places to visit. It’s close to London, has great transport links and with the four main counties of Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridge, there is a hugely diverse area for you to explore.
  9. Accessible breaks in Northern Ireland
    Fancy exploring the wonder and mysticism of Northern Ireland? Why not head over the Irish sea to this historical and cultural hub for a disabled holiday? There are plenty of accessible accommodation options and attractions to enjoy across Northern Ireland.

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