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Disabled Holidays in Scotland

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Famed the world over for its incredible scenery, colourful culture and traditional warm welcomes, Scotland is one of the planet’s most unique and attractive destinations.

There are loads of reasons to visit north of the border, whether you’re looking for a peaceful rural escape, a stylish city break or a fun-packed family holiday.

Lovers of the great outdoors will be in their element. Scotland boasts Britain’s tallest mountains, over 30,000 glittering lochs, sprawling mystical woodlands, myriad windswept isles and miles upon miles of golden beaches.

It’s also a giant natural playground where you can enjoy thrilling accessible activities like river rafting, lake sailing, and rambling trips along disabled-friendly paths – not to mention over 550 golf courses.

There are plenty of varied accessible attractions dotted around the country too – from the ancient Callanish Standing Stones on the Outer Hebrides, to the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum in Ayr, and the Scottish Seabird Centre in East Lothian.

City life is no less captivating. Glasgow and Edinburgh house numerous first-rate museums and galleries, with the former also affording some of the best shopping outside London. The capital, meanwhile, excels as a cultural hub, drawing millions to illustrious festivals like the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, the Jazz and Blues Festival and the Edinburgh Fringe.

In addition both cities offer a wide range of disabled-friendly sights and experiences. Sample a “wee dram” of Scotland’s national drink at the Scotch Whiskey Experience, uncover Glasgow’s fascinating maritime past at the Riverside Museum, and explore Edinburgh’s iconic volcano-topping castle.

Accessible and unforgettable, Scotland is waiting for you.

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  • Norton House Hotel & Spa in Edinburgh

    Accessible Hotel and Spa

    Edinburgh
    • Half board, Bed and Breakfast, Room only
    • Spa Holidays, Countryside
    • 83 bedrooms
    • Hotels
    • 4 Stars

    Set in a Victorian mansion in 55 acres of grounds, this esteemed hotel features a luxury accessible spa, an award-winning restaurant and boutique rooms with free internet.

    Wheelchair access Wheelchair ramps Hearing facilities Shower chair Ground floor facilities
  • Parliament House Hotel in Edinburgh

    City Break Hotel

    Edinburgh
    • Half board, Bed and Breakfast
    • City Breaks, No Pets
    • Hotels

    This hotel is hidden away at the foot of Carlton Hill, down a short cobbled lane, yet is still right in the heart of Edinburgh city centre.

    Wheel in shower Wheelchair access Wheelchair ramps No Pets