The Rough guide to Accessible Britain
MSRRF service users Alan and Sybil Rayson picked up a copy of the fourth edition of The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain at an exhibition recently and were so impressed with it they brought it in to Benmar House to let other people affected by MS know about it.
The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain, produced in association with Motability, is packed with inspirational ideas for great days out for the disabled visitor. The Award winning guide includes vivid accounts of things to do across Britain, from immersing yourself in the arts of the Royal Academy to gondola trips in Venice, inspired by fantastic colour photos.
You'll find the low-down on the best accessible sites and places to visit for free, with tips on parking and getting around, all reviewed by writers with disabilities.
Chapters are arranged by region, highlighting activities within driving distance of your home or holiday accommodation to suit all interests and abilities. The guide is also loaded with useful contacts that can provide further assistance with holidays and day trips in Britain, from Blue Badge-enhanced GPS navigation to accessible home swaps.
Like all Rough Guides this guide gives a ‘warts and all’ description of places to go and things to do and is a brilliant book for anyone with a disability. You can get a copy through Motability or from Amazon. Or view it FREE online.