Accessible holiday cottages in North Wales

Bryn Dowsi Cottages, Conwy

Bryn Dowsi Cottages, Gyffin, Conwy LL32 8YF

  • Wheelchair hire available on request
  • Accessible showers, rise and recline armchairs and grab bars

Bryn Dowsi is a working organic farm in the secluded Conwy Valley, just over a mile from the castle town of Conwy. Several buildings have been converted into self-catering cottages on ground level. Once a barn, Y Bwthyn 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, rise and recline armchairs and grab bars. Wheelchair hire is available on request. Visit the Bryn Dowsi website for more information.

Exterior of a stone cottage with flower tubs outside.
A wetroom with a movable chair.
Kitchen with a lowered surface.

Bryn Dowsi Cottages, Conwy - Y Bwythyn, the wetroom in Y Bwthyn and the kitchen in Y Beudy

Garnedd Holiday Cottages

Garnedd Ddu, Star, Gaerwen, Anglesey LL60 6AN

  • Ground floor cottage
  • Accessible bathroom with walk in showers, shower chairs, raised toilet seats and free standing toilets
  • Surround rails available on request

Wheelchair users are made welcome at Garnedd Holiday Cottages, set in seven acres of countryside on the beautiful island of Anglesey. Bodhyfryd is a spacious cottage, with panoramic views of Snowdonia, and situated less than two miles west of the island’s tongue-twister railway station, Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwll-llantysiliogogogoch – or Llanfair PG for short.

Looking towards busy beach.

Benllech Beach, Anglesey

Accessible bungalow and apartment accommodation in North Wales

Beach Bungalow, Kinmel Bay

Alexandra Court, Southlands Road, Kinmel Bay, Conwy LL18 5BG

  • Wheelchair-friendly, single-level accommodation
  • Accessible wet room shower

Beach Bungalow is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac with access to a lovely sandy beach. It has five en-suite bedrooms, all ground floor with wide access fire doors, and a large wet room shower with facilities for disabled guests, including a shower-commode chair (self-propelled) and grab rails. The beach and harbour are 200 yards from the property, and a bus stop, pubs and restaurants, a supermarket and post office are nearby. Visit the Beach Bungalow website for further information.

Kinmel Bay beach.

Kinmel Bay Beach, North Wales

Manaros, Aberdaron

1 Dolfor House, Capel Deunant Road, Aberdaron, Pwllheli LL53 8BP

  • Free Tramper all-terrain buggy available for guests with limited mobility
  • Electric adjustable bed and rise and recline armchair
  • Accessible shower with self-propelled shower chair

Manaros is a four-star, four-bedroom holiday bungalow near the tip of the Llŷn Peninsula in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It offers a choice of self-catering or serviced bed and breakfast accommodation, and guests who have difficulty walking can take advantage of a free all-terrain buggy for trips to the village or beach. Accessibility features include an electric adjustable bed and self-propelled shower chair. Further details are included in the Accessibility Statement on the Manaros website.

Aerial view of a seaside village.
A twin bedroom.
An accessible shower in a wet room.

Aberdaron village and the Ynys Enlli room at Manaros, Llŷn Peninsula, North Wales

Dome Apartment, Portmeirion

Portmeirion Village, Minffordd, Penrhyndeudraeth, Gwynedd LL48 6ER

  • Ground floor apartment with adapted bathroom

At the heart of the enchanting, Italianate coastal village of Portmeirion is the Dome Apartment, a ground floor double room with an adapted bathroom and stunning views of the village and coast. Portmeirion has many steep slopes and steps, so it may be worth picking up a map of the wheelchair-friendly route through the village.

Building at Portmeirion


Accessible hotels in North Wales

Ramada Plaza Hotel, Wrexham

Ellice Way, Wrexham LL13 7YH

  • Four accessible rooms with grab rails throughout
  • Walk in showers with lowered sinks and toilet

Bedrooms at the Ramada Plaza Hotel are on the upper floors and accessed via a lift. They include four accessible rooms on the first floor with emergency cords, grab rails, walk-in showers and lowered sinks and toilets. The accessible rooms interconnect with a twin room, should additional accommodation be required. Visit the Ramada Plaza Hotel website for full details.

A hotel lobby with a reception desk and tables and chairs.
A large hotel bedroom with a sofa.

Ramada Plaza Wrexham, North Wales

Estuary Lodge, Talsarnau

High Street, Talsarnau, Harlech, Gwynedd LL47 6TA

  • Ground floor rooms with step-free access to dining room and other facilities
  • Wet room accessible shower rooms

All the rooms at Estuary Lodge are on the ground floor with parking directly outside. One room has a wide door for easy wheelchair access, and there are wet room shower facilities in this and one other room. Two further rooms have shower rather than bath facilities. The dining room and other facilities are on the ground floor with step-free access. See the Estuary Lodge website for more.

Imperial Hotel, Llandudno

Vaughan Street, The Promenade, Llandudno LL30 1AP

  • Fully accessible hotel with lifts to every floor
  • Selection of accessible rooms with adapted roll-in shower facilities
  • Accessible access to swimming pool facilities available on request

The elegant Imperial Hotel boasts splendid sea views, and all staff are trained in disability awareness. Accessible rooms are available, including a sea-facing room with roll-in shower facilities, and another at the rear of the building. Grab rails are available, along with non-slip shower mats. The hotel is fully wheelchair accessible, with lifts to all floors. Restaurants and bars are at ground level, and the swimming pool facilities may be made accessible by booking in advance. Find out more at the Imperial Hotel website.

Exterior of a large grey and white painted hotel.
A hotel bar with a bay window and comfy seats around tables.
An indoor swimming pool.

Imperial Hotel, Llandudno, the bar and Mint Condition Health Club.

Trefeddian Hotel

Aberdyfi, Gwynedd LL35 0SB

  • All bedrooms on one level
  • One room with adapted bathroom including a wheelchair-accessible shower, grab rails and alert system
  • Bar, reception, lounges and dining room on one level on the ground floor
  • Lift access to every floor
  • Audio loop at reception for the hearing-impaired

The Trefeddian Hotel is located close to the pretty little seaside village of Aberdyfi, making it an ideal spot for exploring the Cardigan Bay coastline. It offers a range of accessibility features for wheelchair users and guests with limited mobility, as well as the visually and hearing impaired. Find out more at the Trefeddian Hotel website.

A large white-painted hotel surrounded by lawns and woodland.
A large hotel room with twin beds and a sofa.

Trefeddian Hotel, Aberdyfi, North Wales

Accessible caravan holiday parks in North Wales

Presthaven Sands, Gronant

Presthaven Beach Resort, Shore Road, Gronant, Prestatyn LL19 9TT

  • Adapted accessible caravans with adapted bathrooms
  • Assistance dogs welcome

Presthaven Sands Holiday Park has a fantastic coastal location, with views over the dunes to the Irish Sea. Spacious, accessible caravans are available with ramp access, converted WC/shower rooms and sliding internal doors. A trapeze lift handle is available on request. Haven’s special needs advisors can advise you on which of their adapted caravans will suit you best. Registered assistance dogs are welcome.

Garreg Goch Caravan Park, Porthmadog

Black Rock Sands, Morfa Bychan, Porthmadog, Gwynedd LL49 9YD

  • One adapted static caravan
  • Disabled friendly toilet and shower room.

Garreg Goch is close to a famously lovely Blue Flag beach, Morfa Bychan or Black Rock Sands. One static caravan has been made fully accessible to wheelchair users, with a central location and ramped access. The park also has a toilet and shower room for disabled guests. Within a short drive are the beautiful coastal village of Criccieth, the harbour and town of Porthmadog and the mountain village of Beddgelert. Find out more at the Garreg Goch website.

Black Rock Sands and Borth y Gest from above.

Borth Y Gest and Morfa Bychan / Black Rock Sands, Porthmadog

Helpful links

Piws: A really useful website for information on accessible places to visit, eat out or go shopping in North Wales. 

Accessible Countryside For Everyone: A brilliant resource for finding out more information on accessible places in the UK

Information Now: An article with links to find the nearest public toilets, including disabled toilets and those that are part of the RADAR/National Key Scheme

Tourism For All: Information for disabled rail passengers travelling to Wales

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