The Quingo Scooters team are always keen to encourage mobility scooter users to get out and about and visit interesting or unusual places. In our accessible attractions series, we aim to share some of the hidden gems; places that you wouldn’t usually visit or that you maybe thought weren’t accessible for your Quingo Scooter.
This week we’re looking at London in a completely different way and sharing information about the Dockland Canal Boat Trust. London’s Docklands were originally built to cater for the rapidly expanding shipping industry but now comprises of sky-scraping offices and stylish restaurants and bars, all built around a vibrant cosmopolitan waterside setting.
As the weather shows signs of improving, you may want to start thinking about that summer getaway to give yourself a nice break! Previously on the Quingo Scooters we shared with you the best accessible holidays in Scotland, and this week we’re looking at the best accessible holidays in England.
Sometimes you don’t need to go far at all to have a great short break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Quingo Scooters have handpicked some of the best places to stay for you to browse at your leisure.
As the weather slowly starts to get better and spring is coming in to full swing, you’ll be starting to look for ideas on where you can escape to on holiday this year. Here at Quingo Scooters we wanted to share with you some of the best mobility scooter accessible holidays, starting with Scotland.
The highlands can be a really inspiring and cultural place to holiday. With wild coastlines and some great architecture – there’s certainly something for everyone’s tastes. Here are a few places we’ve picked out where you can enjoy a fully accessible, stress-free getaway:
Port Selma Lodges – Oban
Set in spectacular scenery in the Western Highlands, Port Selma Lodges are the perfect countryside retreat.