You might be surprised by the number of accessible activities in Dorset, no matter what your mobility is. Popular...
Those seeking accessible holidays often choose Dorset. The flat esplanade and golden sands in Weymouth, the pretty and easy to navigate towns of Bridport and Dorchester and the beautiful Durlston park in Swanage. There are many other accessible attractions for both young and old alike and our post Exploring Dorset with limited mobility for more details.
We want to offer everyone a chance to soak up the heritage, incredible landscape and warm hospitality that Dorset prides itself on, and with several cottages that perfectly fit the bill there is an accessible Dream Dorset holiday for all.
Here’s just a selection of fully accessible properties on our portfolio.
Stables Cottage is a pretty conversion sympathetically modernised and retaining many traditional features, including a beautiful beamed ceiling and wood burner.
Tucked away in its own secluded spot, Stables Cottage offers the chance to get away from it all, surrounded by open countryside, and perfectly placed between the two bustling towns of Bridport and Dorchester, you are also just a short drive to the coast.
With step free access and awarded the Mobility Impairment M2 award by Visit England, the property offers an easy space to relax and unwind all on one level.
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Mimosa is set in the heart of the Dorset Coastal village of West Bexington, with sweeping views of the Jurassic coast and surrounded by a patchwork of rolling countryside, Mimosa has wheelchair friendly access with spacious rooms all on one level and is accessibility friendly in a M3i category.
Enjoy a slice of rural Dorset life, with an orchard on your doorstep, a tearoom slightly further afield and birdsong as your sound track.
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