A BUMPER new edition of the highly-regarded Rough Guide to Accessible Britain is available online.
The guide features over 200 ideas for “worry-free” days out with more than 60 new reviews.
Each review includes the well-thought-out accessibility features and unique attractions that contribute to a great day out, plus hints and tips from the Rough Guide’s team of disabled writers.
New for the fourth edition is a scenic drive for each of the regional chapters, with full colour maps and ideas for where to stop off along the way.
Another addition is a selection of reviews looking at some of the UK ‘s most beautiful towns – like Harrogate in Yorkshire and Ely in Cambridgeshire, with ideas for attractions to visit, as well as practical access information for the area.
Readers can try white water rafting at Lee Valley White Water Rafting Centre, Hertfordshire; take a trip to the home of Premiership giants Manchester United; or visit the new London Olympic Park in Stratford.
The guide also offers ideas for the Diamond Jubilee year with regal days out to the likes of Westminster Abbey, Kensington Gardens and Greenwich Park – London ‘s oldest royal park – comprehensively reviewed.
The Guide has been developed in association with Motability, the leading car scheme for disabled people.