Celebrated for their focus on providing award-winning accessible experiences, our Accessible & Inclusive Tourism Award Winners are ideal to build an accessible short break around, from exciting attractions and activities to relaxing, stress-free accommodation.Find award-winning attractions and accommodations to build your short break around, and learn more about each location's accessibility-friendly features and options.
The two comedians are tasked with helping plan a posh break in the capital for Ryan who is registered blind.
Join the comedians as they plan an action-packed accessible getaway in the South West of England.
The pair are tasked with planning an accessible weekend in Brighton for amputee, Daniel.
The pair are tasked with planning an accessible trip to Cambridge for Dextra who has autism and ADHD.
The two comedians explore Manchester on a mission to help Freya, a sports star with muscular distrophy, celebrate disability.
Join the accessibility blogger and her friend on a cosy cottage break in the North York Moors.
Escape to a secret garden or whizz through a forest with disability blogger Pippa Stacey.
Find accessible things to do with the TV presenter's guide to the county.
Discover the best of the Peak District on Sophie Morgan's accessible tour of the area.
See why this inclusive sailing and powerboating centre in Cornwall won a Gold Accessible and Inclusive Tourism Award.
Buckle up at this iconic theme park in Staffordshire, winner of the Silver Accessible and Inclusive Tourism Award.
Find out more about this award-winning charity providing free specialised beach wheelchairs and equipment for days out at the seaside.
Five biomes nestled under five giant bubbles in the hills of Cornwall make for one of Britain's most impressive indoor eco-attractions.
Location: St Austell, Cornwall
A must-visit destination for chocoholics of all ages, Cadbury World in Bourneville near Birmingham is full of fun indoor activities and things to do when it rains.
Location: Birmingham, West Midlands
Get out of the rain and head... into the water? This underwater world features Europe's deepest viewing tunnel, offering unparalleled views of exotic fish, sharks and other sea creatures.
Location: Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
Steeped in history and packed with West End tours and local community displays, the Bristol Hippodrome is ideal for theatre buffs and newbies alike.
See one of the best preserved Roman remains with your very own eyes on an exploratory trip to the Roman Baths.
Location: Bath, Somerset
Located in the historic market town of Abingdon-on-Thames, Abbey Guest House is the perfect base for exploring Oxford, as well as the charming sights of the town itself, including medieval architecture and riverside gardens and pubs.
Located on a working farm in a quiet corner of the Peak District, Hoe Grange Holidays is the perfect way to enjoy some peace and quiet in your very own luxury log cabin or glamping pod.
Location: Peak District, Derbyshire
Attenborough Arts Centre is the University of Leicester’s pioneering arts space that prides itself on being accessible and inclusive for everyone.
The Beacon Museum in Whitehaven tells the history of this fascinating corner of the western Lake District, offering a great day out for visitors from far and wide.
Location: Whitehaven, Cumbria
Get out and about in the South West's countryside beauty spots with Countryside Mobility, who provide safe, enjoyable and easy access to outdoor visitor attractions for anyone who has difficulty walking.
Location: South West England
Located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the edge of Exmoor National Park, the accessible activity centre enables people with disabilities of all ages, along with their family and friends, to experience exciting and enjoyable outdoor activities.
Location: Exmoor, South West
Previously known as Colston Hall, this concert hall is home to a wide variety of local and national shows and productions.
Location: Bristol, South West
Get away from it all at the Cottage in the Dales - a collection of three luxurious self-catering cottages in the tranquil Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Location: Yorkshire Dales National Park
Check out Sophie Morgan's top tips for an unforgettable, accessible break in Buckinghamshire.
Check out Sophie Morgan's top tips for a historical accessible city break in Nottingham.
Join Rosie Jones and Big Zuu as they discover the most accessible things to do in London.
Explore the Cambridge Botanical Gardens and much more on an accessible day out in Cambridge.
Join Rosie Jones and Mike Wozniak as they explore Manchester as part of Channel 4's Mission: Accessible series.
From Whitby Abbey to Dalby Forest, find disabled-friendly attractions and accessible holiday cottages in the North York Moors.
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