Accessible North Wales: places to stay

You’ll feel instantly at home in North Wales, with a great range of hotels, B&Bs, self-catering cottages and holiday parks geared up to welcome people with disabilities.

  • Kinmel Bay in Conwy
    Kinmel Bay, Conwy

    With wide doors and accessible bathroom facilities with grab rails, this five bedroom holiday bungalow is wheelchair-friendly. It’s also great for families with kids – the beach is just 200m away and there are castles, heritage railways and adventure attractions within easy reach.

  • Several buildings at this organic farm have been converted into self-catering cottages. Y Bwthyn, formerly a barn is now a cosy two bedroom bungalow. The former cowshed, Y Beudy, is an eco-friendly building with geothermal heating and three bedrooms. Both have accessible showers.

  • Portmeirion in Gwynedd, North Wales
    Portmeirion in Gwynedd, North Wales by technodean2000

    To stay in the heart of Portmeirion, book the Dome, a ground floor double room with an adapted bathroom and stunning views of the village and coast. Portmeirion has many steep slopes and steps – if you’d prefer to steer clear, pick up a map of the wheelchair-friendly route through the village.

  • All the rooms at Estuary Lodge are on the ground floor and are individually decorated with luxurious fabrics. One room has been adapted for wheelchair-users. Between Harlech and Porthmadog, this hotel is handy for Portmeirion and RSPB Ynys Hir.

  • Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch is spelt out phonetically on the train station sign.
    Llanfair PG train station, Isle of Anglesey

    Wheelchair-users are welcome at these lovingly converted farm buildings. Cae Ffynnon, a two-bedroom cottage and Bodhyfryd, a three-bedroom cottage with a patio and garden. Situated less than two miles west of Anglesey’s tongue-twister railway station, Llanfair PG.

  • Garreg Goch is close to Morfa Bychan’s famously lovely Blue Flag beach, Black Rock Sands. One of the static caravans at this popular holiday park is fully accessible to wheelchair-users, with a central location and ramped access. The park also has a toilet and shower room for disabled guests.

  • An accessible room at the Gwesty Tŷ Newydd hotel

    Gwesty Tŷ Newydd, Aberdaron

     by Gwesty Tŷ Newydd

    Perched right on the beach, this hotel is a lovely spot for a seaside escape. It’s very close to the National Trust’s rather wonderful new, eco-friendly Porth y Swnt visitor centre, which focuses on local history, poetry and nature. There are two adapted rooms with full or partial sea views.

  • An elegant choice full of Victorian charm, the Imperial has splendid views of the sea. All staff are trained in disability awareness and accessible rooms are available. There’s also an ozone-treated swimming pool, a spa bath and a Beauty Lounge offering indulgent treatments for men and women.

  • Interior of Manaros self catering

    Manaros self catering and B&B, Llŷn Peninsula

     by Manaros

    Rent this four-bedroomed bungalow near the tip of the Llŷn Peninsula and you’re perfectly placed to explore the Llŷn AONB. Guests who find walking difficult can borrow an all-terrain buggy for free – it’ll take you to the village, along the lanes and to the beach, where there’s an adapted toilet.

  • Caravan at Presthaven Sands

    Caravan at Presthaven Sands, North East Wales

     by Haven

    This holiday park has a fantastic coastal location, with views over the dunes and beach to the Irish Sea. It’s run by Haven, whose trained team of Special Needs Advisors can advise which of their adapted caravans will suit you best. Registered Assistance Dogs are welcome.

  • Exterior of Ramada Plaza Wrexham
    Ramada Plaza Hotel, Wrexham by Ramada Plaza

    Aimed at both business and leisure guests, the Ramada Plaza has quite a range of facilities including a business centre, conference rooms and a sauna and spa with a hoist. The bedrooms, which are on the upper floors, accessed via a lift, include four accessible rooms with en-suite wet rooms.

  • This former Victorian slate cutting mill has been converted into a desirable B&B, full of quirky, contemporary character and style. On the ground floor, there’s an accessible double room with an en-suite wet room. It’s a great base from which to explore the all-ability Mawddach Trail.

  • Talyllyn Lake, Snowdonia
    Talyllyn Lake, Snowdonia by Darren Turner

    The Ty’n y Cornel Hotel has a famously beautiful, lakeside setting in Snowdonia National Park. Disabled anglers can soak up the views of Cader Idris while fishing for brown trout from a wheelchair-adapted Wheelyboat. The hotel has a purpose-built accessible room approached by a level pathway.