Members of Tourism for All UK Accommodation
Many hotels in the UK now have accessible rooms, in order to meet obligations under the Equality Act 2010 (which replaces the Disability Discrimination Acts of 1995 and 2005 on the 1st October 2010). However, only a small percentage of these have been independently inspected to confirm the level of accessibility under the National Accessible Scheme in England, or referred to TFA by the Welsh or Scottish national tourism authorities. The OpenBritain website also contains business members of Tourism for All who are self-assessed, but have agreed to be 'mystery shopped' to check for accuracy. Go to the TFA Directory for lots more information, and also for overseas accommodation. There are also a number of accommodation providers listed in a separate section in the Directory who are recommended by our members, or self-referred.
Please use the enquiry/feedback form to make recommendations of good places you have experienced - and help others!
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(Last Updated: 21-03-2013)