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Certifying Your Accessibility

National Accessible Scheme Standards Booklet Front Cover

The National Accessible Scheme (NAS) is the only scheme that rates the accessibility of visitor accommodation throughout England.

With accommodation businesses having varying levels of accessibility, it can be hard for people with access needs to easily find accommodation that meets their need.  The NAS allows businesses to promote their true level of accessibility as determined against a robust set of standards and assessed by a qualified independent assessor.  And it‘s not just about wheelchair access – even if a business has steps to the front door or no ground floor bedrooms it may still achieve the entry-level mobility rating.

Holding an independently awarded NAS certification shows that you are committed to access for all, gives potential guests a label they can trust and provides clear expectations for customers when booking. But don’t just take our word for it; hear from some of our existing NAS members how the scheme has benefitted their businesses.

To find the latest benefits, fees and NAS standards booklets containing all the criteria you need to meet to gain a rating, visit the Quality in Tourism website.

Elms Farm Holiday Cottages Video Case Study

The Hytte Video Case Study

Find out more on how the National Accessible Scheme (NAS) helped The Hytte's owners develop their fully accessible 5-star visitor lodge in their case study.

The Byre Video Case Study

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