Just a short drive from Scotland’s new Queensferry Crossing and nestled amongst the woodland within the grounds of Dundas Castle, you will find the luxury glamping site of Glampotel Dundas Castle. This rural spot makes for the most tranquil and romantic getaway with nothing [Read more…] about Glampotel Dundas Castle: Is Glamping really wheelchair accessible?
I’ve always loved exploring the outdoors. Even as a young girl I would often go hill-walking with my family and loved running about playing outside with friends. As my condition progressed I eventually had to stop doing these things not because I didn’t enjoy them anymore, but because I could no longer physically do them. Gradually having to rely on my wheelchair more and more. [Read more…] about Explore The Beautiful Countryside With The All-Terrain Wheelchair
Clear blue skies and warm spring sunshine accompanied us on our long weekend cabin break at Forest Holidays, Strathyre a few weeks ago. The weather was beautiful and quite possibly the best we’ve had in Scotland this year. We really couldn’t have picked a nicer weekend to enjoy [Read more…] about Forest Holidays: The Ultimate Escape To Nature In The Forest
Limited mobility doesn’t have to mean that you can’t do fun stuff like camping. It will not be as easy, but it’s only a matter of getting the right stuff to make it easier. In fact, activities like camping may be good for you physically, emotionally, and socially. [Read more…] about Guest Post: How to Plan Camping Trips for People with Limited Mobility
The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is known as one of the finest botanic gardens in the world and after visiting with my family this past weekend, it’s very clear why. It also made for a great accessible day out to enjoy the last days of summer. Made even better by the beautiful September sunshine we experienced for our day in the Capital. [Read more…] about Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh – Last Days of Summer
A trip to Aberdeen wouldn’t be complete without a stroll along the beautiful sandy beach and promenade. Concerned that you won’t be able to feel the sand between your toes or build sandcastles with friends and family? No need to worry as wheelchair accessibility is pretty good at Aberdeen beach as I recently discovered during a weekend in the Granite City. [Read more…] about Aberdeen Beach – Wheels in the Sand
I love being outdoors and finding new accessible walks. I had heard of Flanders Moss National Nature Reserve a while ago, but anytime we thought about going the weather ended up not playing ball. So recently we decided to take advantage of the dry day and go for it. Flanders Moss National Nature Reserve is a short walk (0.6 miles) and level, making it into my accessible Scottish walks series. [Read more…] about Accessible Scottish Walks: Flanders Moss
There’s nothing quite like a leisurely roll through one of Scotland’s many beautiful nature trails. Seeing as Allan and I both love the outdoors, I thought it would be a good idea to start writing about all the accessible Scottish walks we go on. Our most recent being the lovely Strathyre on a nice day in May. [Read more…] about Accessible Scottish Walks: Strathyre