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Coach Holidays FAQ's

Your Questions Answered

Holidays naturally come with questions, and we always encourage you to ask them, because we know having that extra reassurance can make the world of difference before you set off on your travels. To ensure you have all the information you need we've gathered up the most frequently asked questions about our accessible coach holidays:

Frequently Asked Questions

What coaches do you use?

We use wheelchair accessible coaches from trusted partners. All coaches have hydraulic lift access, and secured wheelchair spaces. Drivers are also specially trained to assist passengers, ensuring a safe and comfortable journey.

How long is the journey to the hotel from my pickup point?

This can vary depending on the pickup route. We aim to arrive at the hotel no later than 6:30pm, in time for dinner. If you have a holiday booked, then please speak to your travel advisor to learn more.

Are there toilets on the coach?

Coaches do not have toilets onboard, however, there will be regular stops to break up the journey and to allow you to use accessible toilet facilities. And should you need to stop at any point, you can simply let the tour manager know. Your comfort is of the utmost importance to us.

How many other guests will I be travelling with?

Our coach tours can take a maximum of 26 people, including 4-6 secured wheelchair spaces. On average, we take around 15-20 guests per tour, however group size may vary depending on the tour.

What does a typical day look like?

  • 9am - 10am: Enjoy breakfast at the hotel before departing for the day.
  • 10am - 1pm: First excursion of the day. Destinations are usually no longer than a 1 hour coach journey away.
  • 1pm - 2pm: Enjoy lunch as a group.
  • 2pm - 5pm: Second excursion, before arriving back at the hotel around 5pm.
  • 6pm - 8pm: Enjoy dinner and evening entertainment as a group.

What should I bring on holiday?

Medication: Aside from any home comforts, it is important that you bring any medication required for the duration of your trip, along with additional medication in case of emergencies.

Clothing: Due to the unpredictable nature of the UK weather, we also recommend bringing suitable clothing for both hot and cold temperatures, along with sun protection.

Towels: All of our hotels provide towels so need to bring your own, unless you would prefer to.

Travel Money: Many of the hotels we stay at our cashless, therefore we highly recommend bringing a pre-paid or debit card on holiday. 

Can I bring a loved one or family member even if they are not disabled?

Yes! We encourage guests to bring their friends, family and carers along on our tours so that everyone can get the Limitless experience, but we also have a tour team on every trip who will be there to support throughout, and ensure everyone has the most relaxing time.

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