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Holiday Overview

Surrounded by spectacular scenery, tucked into the Wye Valley and just a short distance from the England-Wales border, your fully accessible accommodation is the perfect base from which to tour the local area. As well as being well-suited to the needs of disabled travellers, it puts us within easy reach of many of the South West’s biggest attractions. This accessible accommodation in the Cotswolds ensures that everyone, regardless of their mobility, can enjoy the beauty of the region in complete comfort.

Starting with the local Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo, we’ll make the most of our accessible coach transport to visit the Roman Baths in Bath, the cathedral city of Hereford and the wonderful gothic cathedral at Gloucester. There will also be an opportunity to climb aboard an accessible steam train that will transport us into the heart of the Forest of Dean for a magical journey through the country’s breathtaking rural landscapes.

There will be visits to Hereford’s Waterworks Museum and the Wildlife Park in Burford , where there will be chance to see an abundance of wildlife. Of course, you’ll also have the opportunity to enjoy a week’s worth of evening entertainment back at the hotel with your fellow travellers and the Limitless Team. While your holiday includes half-board accommodation in the price, we’ll treat you to a classic roast dinner on the second day of the tour. After all, what would Sunday be without a traditional roast!

Your accessible Wye Valley hotel has been hand-picked by the Limitless Team for its superb location and excellent disabled facilities. A Limitless Travel representative will accompany the tour group throughout the holiday, providing assistance whenever required and ensuring you receive the support you need.

The Holiday

  • Explore the picture-perfect cities of Bath and Gloucester, visit the extraordinary Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo, board an authentic steam train for an unforgettable journey through the Forest of Dean and tour the Cotswolds’ prettiest villages
  • Stay in fully accessible accommodation in the Cotswolds with a spectacular garden and more than 50 years of experience welcoming disabled guests
  • Travel via an accessible coach equipped with a hydraulic lift or ramp
  • Group Support & Holiday Assistance included as standard and provided by our experienced care team
  • Supplementary care packages available for travellers who require additional assistance
  • We’ll also help to arrange any specialist equipment you need while on holiday
  • Every holiday led by a Limitless Tour Manager to ensure a problem-free trip

*Please note on April and June tours the Waterworks Museum is not open for public use, so guests will be taken on a tour of Hereford Cathedral.

From booking your holiday to returning home after a wonderful trip, the Limitless Team is on-hand to provide you with the support you need. If you have any questions regarding the holiday, please don't hesitate to get in touch.

The Itinerary

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Journey over to the Wye Valley

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Your fantastic Cotswolds, Bath and the South West holiday begins! After boarding our accessible coach at one of the UK pick-up points, we’ll make our way to the Wye Valley. Travellers in wheelchairs can choose to remain in their chair, which will be safely secured into place throughout the journey, or transfer to a standard seat.

On arrival at the hotel, which boasts more than 50 years of experience providing disabled specialist accommodation, the Limitless Team will help you check-in and get your bags to your room. There will be a little time to settle in and make yourself comfortable, then a home-cooked, three-course dinner will be served! After, it’s time for some excellent evening entertainment.

Butterfly Centre

Butterfly Centre & Sunday Lunch

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Today, we’ll make the most of your first, full day on holiday by visiting a local butterfly zoo. Nestled in the beautiful Wye Valley, it’s home to a remarkable number of species, including exotic, tropical butterflies and species indigenous to the local area. The zoo actively supports sustainable butterfly farming around the world, helping to ensure this beautiful creature does not become extinct.

At the end of our colourful butterfly adventure, we’ll head back to the hotel for a leisurely Sunday Roast. In the afternoon, you’ll have a chance to take a stroll into the bustling market town of Ross-on-Wye or head down to relax by the river. Come evening, we’ll all dig into a buffet supper and enjoy another round of cracking evening entertainment.

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Bath

Day Tour Around Bath

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On Day Three, we’ll be travelling to Bath to visit the Roman Baths Museum and spend a little time exploring the city. The baths after which the city is named were established just under 2,000 years ago and, despite briefly falling into disrepair, have been wonderfully restored and preserved. The tour benefits from an interesting, interactive and engaging audio guide.

If you’d prefer to pamper yourself, you can also arrange a visit to a naturally heated thermal spa. Fully accessible, this open-air spa boasts fantastic views of the city.

Steam train

Steam Train Ride Through Forest of Dean

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Today, we’ll board the coach and enjoy the short drive over to the Forest of Dean. There, a traditional steam train awaits you. It will take us through ancient woodland, past local villages and across spectacular forested landscapes, allowing you to better see the outstanding natural beauty of the Wye Valley region.

Hereford
Hereford

Hereford Waterworks Museum

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Today we'll head over to Hereford and explore the Water works museum. There will also be chance to explore the scenic town located on the borders of Wales.

* Please note for April and June the Waterworks Museum is closed & we will be visiting Gloucester Cathedral


Cotswolds

Cotswolds Wildlife Park & Village Tour

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Today we will head over to Burford Wildlife Park, where you will come face to face with giraffes, rhinos & much more. After this we will take a scenic drive through Bourton on the Water, known as the Venice of the Cotswolds. This beautiful village has a picturesque river running through.

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Gloucester Cathedral

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On your final, full day on holiday, we’ll start with a relaxing morning and then make our way over to Gloucester for a tour around the city’s impressive cathedral. The origins of this imposing example of medieval architecture can be traced back to the Norman invasion and the cathedral has featured in several famous films.

After a little stroll around Gloucester, we’ll travel back to the hotel for a final evening of fabulous food and even better evening entertainment. It will be the last night to enjoy the company of your fellow Limitless travellers, so make the most of it!

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Journey Home

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Today, your accessible Cotswolds, Bath & the South West Tour comes to an end. After a hearty breakfast, our accessible coach will depart the hotel for our various UK drop-off locations. Relax, take in the views of the countryside through the window and enjoy a little commentary from your Tour Manager. Now, all that’s left to do is say farewell to new friends and plan your next Limitless adventure!

Accommodation

Wye Valley Disabled Friendly Hotel

Wye Valley Disabled Friendly Hotel

Your base for the duration of the holiday will be a converted chapel whose owners have more than 50 years of experience providing high-quality, accessible accommodation and are renowned for the warmth with which they welcome every guest. With a beautiful garden that boasts panoramic views of the Wye Valley, this is a truly special hotel that makes for a fantastic place to relax and unwind at the end of the day. Also, The Royal Forest of Dean is just a short drive away, offering beautiful woodlands to explore and take in. 

  • Breakfast, dinner and evening entertainment
  • Complimentary tea and coffee on arrival
  • Meals made with fresh and local produce
  • Accessible and friendly
  • 50 years of expertise
  • Three-star hotel
  • Wet-rooms available
  • Equipment hire
  • Large flowery garden
  • Panoramic views of the Wye Valley

Half board: breakfast and evening meals are included in the price of your holiday. Look forward to fresh and delicious meals to both begin and round off the day. Meal selection will vary depending on where you’re staying. For breakfast you can expect either table service or a buffet style, with complimentary teas, coffees and juices included. In the evening, you’ll be served dinner for every night of your stay.

Transport:

Luxury Wheelchair Accessible Coach

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All of our vehicles are 100% accessible for wheelchair users and those with limited mobility. They are fitted with either a ramp or a hydraulic lift and wheelchairs can be clamped into place, so there's no need to transfer out of your wheelchair if that's where you're more comfortable. Travellers who do not use a wheelchair are also welcome to use the ramp or lift to access the coach.

  • Hydraulic lift or ramp.
  • Safety clamps to secure wheelchairs into place.
  • No need to transfer from your wheelchair.
  • Hold space for manual wheelchairs.

Dates and Prices

Start Date Days Price From Solo Traveller Price*
15th June 2024 8 Was £2,449 Now from £2099 Was £2,799 Now from £2449
10th August 2024 8 From £2,449 From £2,799
19th October 2024 8 From £2,449 From £2,799
* Solo spaces are limited.

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