Hove accessible travel guide to disabled friendly holidays
For a great holiday in Hove
Stunning beaches, iconic cultural attractions, and a thriving LGBT community await you in Hove. Explore a treasure trove of shopping sites, waterfront activities and more in this gorgeous holiday spot. Book an Hove Accessible Holiday Rentals with Handiscover to ensure you get all the luxury and stress-free comfort you deserve for your holidays!
Things to do in Hove
Spend a relaxing day meandering around this spacious green park complete with basketball courts, playground and more. While there, you may catch the miniature steam train chugging around the 2,000-ft railway.After working up an appetite playing in the park, grab a snack at the park cafe. Serving delicious cakes and some gluten-free offerings, the cafe is a favourite for visitors. The paths are all considered disability accessible with smooth surface and gentle slopes. The Pavillion Tea rooms are disabled accessible and there are plenty of benches spaced throughout.
All Saints Church
Address: The Drive, Hove BN3 3QE, UK
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Built at the end of the 19th-century, this magnificent church is a prime example of the grand architecture of the period. Enjoy this Gothic Revival building during a regular mass or simply come to view it during regular hours. Live music and other performances are also a common sight here. Wheelchair friendly accessibility to the Hall is at the Eaton Road side door next to garage. For further information about the event spaces contact the church at 01273 733331.
Address: 42 Vine St, Brighton BN1 4AG, UK
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Shop with a retro flare at the largest vintage store in the Hove/Brighton area. Packed with flirty 50’s dresses, distressed denim pieces and thousands of other unique finds. The entrance to the store does not require taking steps, however, the interior of the store is fairly packed and might be difficult to navigate with larger wheelchairs. You can, however, shop the store online as well.
Disabled Accommodations Hove
From quaint cottages and modern apartments, to luxury hotels , Handiscover has your vacation rentals covered. Choose the level of disabled-access that you need and then search from all our options that meet your criteria including hotels and apartments with step free entrances, hoists, lifts and roll in showers. Then, book with us and learn more about all your options for accessible holidays.
How to Get Around Hove
An extensive network of public buses makes getting around Hove quite easy. Hopping a train is also an option and a great way to get to neighbouring Brighton. When looking for flexibility of schedule and privacy, taxis are also widely available with disabled-accessible options.