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Cromlix Hotel © Inverlochy Hotel group


Accessible accommodation in Scotland

Scotland offers plenty of wonderful accessible accommodation options, including sleek city centre hotels, eco-friendly retreats and luxurious country houses.

You can stay in a bustling city centre, with great access-friendly attractions right on your doorstep, or out in the countryside, where you can enjoy accessible walks or trips to the beach. Look out for facilities such as onsite restaurants, free WiFi, hearing loop, level access and accessible parking or drop off points.

Many establishments will be able to cater for those with a sensory impairment but please do check with the business before booking.

Getting around and helpful tips

There are lots of services to help you when you’re out and about, including fully accessible public transport and the Radar National Key Scheme - which will give you independent access to locked public toilets. Check out our accessible holidays section to find out more.

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