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Disabled friendly but full of activities and site seeing

AmieMiles

Disabled friendly but full of activities and site seeing
« on: January 14, 2017, 05:02:49 pm »
Thank you for reading, I'm newly disabled I have limited mobility and whilst still able to stand and sit transfer from chair to chair etc I do stuggle on random days and disances, I have a blue badge and all the fandagled bits but I don't want my mobility issues to affect the family my son is 6, who because of being very social needs to be able to join in and have fun, we arn't limited to school holidays so can book anytime any place, partner would liek to avoid going abroad again as the brexit and other issues has put him off - that said he is happy to drive to any uk location, so somewhere with great on sight evening entertainment decent hygenic accomodation and enough around the site that we can go and see the local attractions. Any recommendations?

essex boy

Re: Disabled friendly but full of activities and site seeing
« Reply #1 on: January 14, 2017, 05:49:28 pm »
If booking online and you require specific disabled accommodation, firstly book your holiday, then please use the CONTACT US
http://www.ukholidaysinthesun.co.uk/contactus
 form to tell us your requirements. We will endeavour to book suitable accommodation for you and will contact you directly should we require any further information. We must receive this request within 48 hours of the booking being made. Requests received outside of this time scale are subject to the standard Terms and Conditions of this offer.

essex boy

Re: Disabled friendly but full of activities and site seeing
« Reply #2 on: January 14, 2017, 05:49:04 pm »
Hi,just to let you know I have read it and will try to give you the best advice I can
As tonight is major busy It would help me to know if you have a priority code or not so I know if you'll be booking Sunday or Monday

AmieMiles

Re: Disabled friendly but full of activities and site seeing
« Reply #3 on: January 14, 2017, 06:22:49 pm »
Hi,just to let you know I have read it and will try to give you the best advice I can
As tonight is major busy It would help me to know if you have a priority code or not so I know if you'll be booking Sunday or Monday
Yer looking to book tomorrow as we have priority code have been going to sun deals since 2010, so I asked to have a note on the system re-disabled accomodation and they said nope as you say has to be within 48 hrs of booking - starting to look more at cornwall due to it being a bit warmer and less of a worry off peak about the weather x Thanks for replying essex boy

essex boy

Re: Disabled friendly but full of activities and site seeing
« Reply #4 on: January 14, 2017, 07:29:08 pm »
Hi,sorry but this has been difficult to research,all they seem interested in is renting out disabled access caravans where I wanted to get more about if the site was suitable,and disable friendly.
Not to much to ask I would have thought,seems they have much to learn.
If I had more time I would have made phone calls and got more info.
One park that did seem like it was worth you looking at was Haven,Doniford Bay in Somerset

AmieMiles

Re: Disabled friendly but full of activities and site seeing
« Reply #5 on: January 14, 2017, 07:41:38 pm »
Aww bless you I know I've been researching all week and found that most haven and parkdean are vaguely disabled friendly the thing is none seem to say if they have a 'level site' so some of the activites maybe out of reach due to a hill climb or a gravel path etc I wish I had thought to call Haven and ask but I was so wrapped up in trying to get partner to decide an area and whipped him inot getting the newspapers that I didn't get time to go through the sites with a fine tooth comb :(

 

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