This week on Accomable…
Every week, we’ll be posting a selection of holiday rentals that have been posted to our new listing service, Accomable. So if you’re looking for that perfect place to get away and have a break, take a look at some of these…
Mics Sant Jordi: a new concept for accessible accommodation in Barcelona for persons with a physical impairment. It’s the first and only accommodation in Barcelona that offers 32 self-catering 1 and 2 bedroom apartments for 1 to 4 people. Aids such as shower chairs and hoists are available for free. There’s also a swimming pool (with a pool hoist) and a restaurant.
MIC’s Sant Jordi is located in the heart of Sarria, only a 10 minutes drives from Barcelona city centre.
The house is set in a lovely green area of Prague, on a hill above Prague Castle. It was build in the 1880 and still keeps its authentic character.
Away from the tourist bars and crowds, but the connection to the centre is brilliant. One can be anywhere in the centre of Prague in less than 20 mins.
The house has been reconstructed and is now fully wheelchair friendly – bathrooms with raised toilet heights, rails, wet room shower. There is a lift in the house.
This contemporary fully wheelchair accessible bungalow is situated in a quiet cul de sac amongst a cluster of exclusive villas, near the sea in Polis. The owner is a wheelchair user herself, and has designed it carefully providing level access all round the property. It is spacious and on one level, and has been finished to a high standard using local stone, quality ceramic tiles, granite and wood. The large private pool and rear garden enjoy all day sunshine, and there are lovely views in this area. New for 2015: Optional pool hoist.
A leisurely evening stroll into the sleepy traditional village of Polis finds you greeted by a wealth of Cypriot tavernas, restaurants and bars.
By Disability Horizons/Accomable
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