This week on Accomable…

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…

Accomable property - 10MICs Sant Jordi – Fully adapted apartments in Barcelona

MICs Sant Jordi offers accessible accommodation in Barcelona for persons with a reduced mobility.

It is the one and only place that has 32 fully adapted apartments with 24 hour care service (optional).

Single, Double or Triple Apartments where you can feel what accessible really means.

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Accomable property - 11Fully accessible Centre and Cottage

A beautifully converted church premises (based in Skipton, United Kingdom) that provides fully accessible accommodation for groups and familes.

Ceiling hoist, mobile hoists, profiling beds available, cot sides available, lift. Ample close parking

 

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Accomable property - 123 bed bungalow/townhouse on the La Isla Complex in Javea/Xabia

‘Casa Javea Sands’ is a 3 bedroom property. On the GROUND FLOOR It has one spacious double bedroom with a bathroom which is a WET ROOM with wheel in shower.

There is also the kitchen which leads to a back terrace, Dining room and Living room leading to the front private garden & second terrace. Everywhere is furnished to a high standard with comfort and quality for you to enjoy our holiday.

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