Accessible Holidays

Facilities and access guides to help make the difference between a good holiday and a perfect one

National Accessible Scheme (NAS) Logos - Access Friendly Holidays

Access friendly holidays
Mobility, visual or hearing needs? look out for our NAS logos

The National Accessible Scheme (NAS) is a national scheme which helps you find accommodation to suit your needs, independently assessed by trained assessors against demanding criteria. Assessed properties will have facilities such as handrails, ramps, level-access showers, hearing loops and colour contrast. There is level access to Gamekeepers Cottage, with fixed handrails in one en-suite. Detailed information can be sourced in our access statement, which you can view by following the links below.


Mobility Friendly Holidays in North Yorkshire

We often have guests with some mobility issue, whether it be a broken leg, recovering from a hip replacement or a more serious illness. Gamekeepers Cottage has ground floor facilities. There are steps to the entrance to the cottage, however there is easy entry via ramp access. Doors are 750mm wide, or more.

We also have emergency evacuation procedures for disabled visitors along with facilities in place, or available on request…

  • Charging for mobility scooters & battery powered wheelchairs.
  • We can provide portable hand rails, non slip bath / shower mats and toilet seat raisers on request. There are also fixed handrails in the bathroom.
  • We can provide a flashing and vibrating alarm clock for those with Hearing Impairment.
  • We have non-allergic bedding.
  • The information provided in our Welcome Folder is large print.

Access Guide

Accessible Guide and Access Statement for Wigglesworth House and Cottages

Please find the Accessibility Guide and Access Statement for Gamekeepers Cottage along with downloadable floor plan options.

Accessibility Guide for Wigglesworth House and Cottages.

If you do have any concerns or questions regarding access to either of our holiday cottages, please just get in touch with us as we’ll gladly discuss any issue with you and help were we can…

Telephone: 01729 840168
Mobile Contact: 07715 459330

Enquiries Page / Contact Form

NAS National Accessible Scheme

The National Accessible Scheme (NAS) is a national scheme which helps you find accommodation to suit your needs. The ratings are split into 3 categories for: 1) Mobility impaired and older people. 2) Visually impaired and blind people. 3) Hearing impaired and deaf people.

A list of our NAS logos and explanations are shown below… (information has been taken from Visit England)

NAS - Older and less mobile guests
If you can climb a flight of stairs, but banisters or grip handles would make this easier, look out for this logo.

NAS - Visually impaired and blind people
Difficulty reading small print, are registered blind, have poor sight or a visual impairment? Accommodation with this logo is suitable for you.

NAS - Deaf people and those with hearing loss
If you have a slight hearing difficulty, are deaf, wear a hearing aid or have a hearing impairment, look out for accommodation displaying this logo.

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