The diversity of Cornwall extends to mean that it is a welcoming destination for everyone including those who require increased accessibility for their holiday.
Of course, the county is famed for the fantastic beaches that can be found here with large numbers of people flocking to them every year. Along the 476 kilometres of Cornish coastline you will find sweeping award-winning beaches featuring golden sand and glistening blue water. To make visiting the beach a pleasurable experience for everyone, it is possible to hire all-terrain wheelchairs and numerous locations throughout the county so you don’t have to compete with the sand. Cornwall is also home to stunning fishing villages featuring harbours and town beaches which are also largely accessible.
Away from the coast, you will be able to explore Bodmin Moor, Cornwall’s only national park, and a wealth of other beautiful outdoor locations such as Goss Moor National Nature Reserve. Other naturally beautiful locations in Cornwall that cater for those who require increased accessibility include the Roseland Peninsula, the Lizard Peninsula, and the Penwith Heritage Coast. A myriad of historic houses and gardens also feature throughout Cornwall as well as other significant landmarks such as Tintagel Castle, St Mawes Castle, and St Michael’s Mount.
Cornwall also features many picturesque towns and villages that are abundant with tearooms and cafes from which to enjoy the perfect Cornish cream tea or pasty. Food is an important aspect of any holiday in Cornwall and while sampling the many restaurants in the county, you will find that locally sourced produce features heavily here.
For those looking to enjoy a family friendly accessible holiday in Cornwall, there are a wide selection of fantastic visitor attractions to enjoy during your time in the county. The majority of these attractions cater for people of all ages and abilities which ensures that everyone can enjoy a fun-filled stay in Cornwall.
We also know that dogs are important members of the family and that is why a large part of our accessible accommodation is dog friendly.
View our wide selection of accessible accommodation in Cornwall below, encompassing hotels, cottages, holiday parks, and B&Bs, and begin planning your perfect holiday in Cornwall today.