Quingo Scooters understand that when you’re thinking about your next holiday or weekend away, there are certain things to consider for you and your mobility scooter. You want somewhere that can cater for your needs, be accessible and most importantly be comfortable for a relaxing time away.
Scotland is an incredible location for a weekend getaway, so we’ve put together our top 5 accessible hotels for you to take a look at and maybe plan your next adventure!
Crieff Hydro Hotel, Crieff
In the highland hills of Perthshire, you’ll find the stunning Crieff.
Here at Quingo Scooters we love browsing for getaways, somewhere to sneak off to for the weekend, or even spend the whole week somewhere if you fancy! In our accessible series we’ve been discovering some of the best accessible holidays and getaways around, at home and abroad.
This week we’re discovering a fully accessible cosy winter getaway, perfect for those chilly nights wrapped up next to the log fire.
A town and former royal burgh in Dumfries and Galloway, Annan is located in south-west Scotland.
Quingo Scooters are always encouraging users to get out and about to visit interesting or unusual places on their mobility scooters, especially places that you didn’t think were accessible enough. Over our series of blog posts we’ve been sharing with you some extremely accessible attractions to explore on your mobility scooter for a fantastic day out!
One of Scotland’s most popular visitor attractions, Edinburgh Zoo is also one of Europe’s leading centres of conservation with over 800,000 visitors a year. Set over 82 acres, the Zoo is non-profit.
At this time of year we’re often eager to book a getaway and have something to look forward to. Quingo Scooters understand that finding somewhere that’s perfect is extremely important, especially when it comes to accessibility. We’re constantly looking around for ideas and inspiration on new places to visit!
In our series of blog posts on accessible holidays, we’ve been looking at the best spots for your ideal summer getaway. Today we’re staying a little closer to home as we explore the town of Cupar, in the Scottish county of Fife.
Jim Eadie, the Scottish MSP for Edinburgh Southern, raised the issue of poor accessibility on public transport for mobility scooter users earlier this year. Eadie was told that “operational circumstances” meant Transport for Edinburgh could not allow mobility scooters on board the Scottish capitals busses and trams.