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Anglesey accessible travel guide to disabled friendly holidays

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Anglesey accessible travel guide to disabled friendly holidays

The Isle of Anglesey is a distinguished natural beauty and has one of the most diverse landscapes in Britain. It features 125 miles of astonishing coastline against a dramatic backdrop of the mountains of Snowdonia. This hidden island is connected to Wales by two bridges: the Menai Suspension Bridge and the Britannia Bridge. The idyllic Anglesey is a breathtaking place at any time of year so make sure to pack your camera. Here we would like to introduce you some information about what to play, where to go and how to get around! Are you ready to be with us?

TOP 3 DISABLED FRIENDLY ACTIVITIES IN ANGLESEY

Anglesey Sea Zoo

Address: Brynsiencyn, Llanfairpwll LL61 6TQ, UK
Website: click here 

If you are curious what hides in the seas around the coast take a visit to the biggest aquarium in Wales. It shelters over 150 native species of UK’s marine wildlife such as sharks, seahorses, octopus or lobsters. In addition,  if you dreamt of exploring the underwater world you will be happy to hear that this is now possible. Make your dream a reality by diving without getting wet using the new Virtual Scuba Simulator.

Foel Farm Park

Address: Brynsiencyn, Llanfairpwllgwyngyll LL61 6TQ, UK
Website: click here 

Foel Farm is situated in a beautiful location; it overlooks both the Caernarfon Castle and Snowdonia. All visitors are invited to meet, pet and feed the animals. Furthermore, there is an on-site Café and Bistro Bar, a Gift Shop and even a Chocolate Workshop. Here chocolate artisans craft mouthwatering chocolates. Classic chocolates, pralines, fondants and chocolate liqueurs are all available at the Chocolate Shop.

Anglesey Transport and Agriculture Museum

Address: Tyddyn Pwrpas, Newborough LL61 6TN, United Kingdom
Website: click here

The Anglesey Transport and Agriculture Museum website calls the tour of this impressive museum a “time travel” experience. Being the largest museum of this type in Wales. It features 60 gleaming classic cars and vehicles from the 1920s onwards. This museum is a wonderland for automobile enthusiasts.  Here you can walk around for hours admiring the rolling works of art. It displays cars, motorbikes, commercial and farm vehicles as well as vans and military vehicles.

ACCESSIBLE ACCOMMODATIONS IN ANGLESEY

We have a wide selection of accommodations suited to guests with different access requirements. Whether you are planning a long weekend break in the country, a romantic city break, or a relaxing holiday you’ll find a superb selection of accessible, wheelchair friendly, places to stay.

Here are some of the reliable and comfortable accommodations on our website. Currently, we have access to more than 150,000 hotels in over 50 countries. If you want personal support, contact us via e-mail: booking@handiscover.com or on the phone:  +44 1550 400022 (UK). Also, do not hesitate to use our £25 discount coupon for your first booking!! Click on the pictures to see more detail information about the accessibility inside and outside of the property!

What you need to do is selecting the type of disabled access you require. Then, explore our selection of holiday rentals that meet your criteria. Our vacation rentals have disability features such as descriptions in braille, wheelchair-accessibility, flashing emergency lights, and handicap-accessible bathrooms with grab bars and roll-in showers, step-free entrance or hoists.

GETTING AROUND ANGLESEY WITH A DISABILITY – ACCESSIBLE TRANSPORTATION

Anglesey is a rural and sparse region. Consequently, you will have to carefully plan your visit. Taxi, bus, car, and train are all viable options to explore Anglesey.

WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE BUSSES

Like much of England, in Anglesey public transport is disabled-friendly; most busses have accessible seating and entrances, However, whenever possible it is best to call ahead to confirm availability of access ramps and special seating.

ACCESSIBLE TRAINS

There are plenty of places to go and things to do on the Isle of Anglesey for people with disabilities. Hence most of the trains in the area are wheelchair accessible, so if you want to leave the car you can still have a great holiday.

HIRE AN ACCESSIBLE CAR AND DRIVER

There are quite a few reliable and accessible taxi services in the Anglesey area. Furthermore, there are extremely dependable and competitively priced coaches with wheelchair access. With a coach private hire, your journey will be as hassle-free as possible.

 

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