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Property and holiday accommodation with wheelchair access

The National Accessible Scheme provides information about levels of access available in holiday accommodation in England and Wales. Information relating to mobility, vision, and hearing impairment are included.

Logos and definitions are shown below:

3134 views (1.13 Kb)  Typically suitable for a person with sufficient mobility to climb a flight of steps but would benefit from fixtures and fittings to aid balance.

6073 views (1.18 Kb)  Typically suitable for a person with restricted walking ability and for those that may need to use a wheelchair some of the time and can negotiate a maximum of three steps.

4230 views (1.14 Kb)  Typically suitable for a person who depends on the use of a wheelchair and transfers unaided to and from the wheelchair in a seated position. This person may be an independent traveller.

3964 views (1.19 Kb)  Typically suitable for a person who depends on the use of a wheelchair in a seated position. This person also requires personal or mechanical assistance (eg carer, hoist).

3889 views (1.33 Kb)  Access Exceptional: provides for all levels of mobility impairment listed above with reference to the British Standard BS 8300:2001. Achieves the standards above for either independent wheelchair users or assisted wheelchair users and fulfils additional, more demanding requirements.

3175 views (1.27 Kb)  Typically provides key additional services and facilities to meet the needs of guests with hearing impairment.

3362 views (1.29 Kb) Typically provides a higher level of additional services and facilities to meet the needs of guests with hearing impairment.

3276 views (1.24 Kb)   Typically provides key additional services and facilities to meet the needs of visually impaired guests.

3233 views (1.26 Kb)  Typically provides a higher level of additional services and facilities to meet the needs of guests with visual impairment.