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disaabled family is centreparcs best option as well dear, advice please

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hi my family are looking for wheelchair friendly hols still, is centreparcs the best, as with 5 kids i reckon it could crank up to a silly amount even if we starve. any advice, discounts or whatev…
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
hi my family are looking for wheelchair friendly hols still, is centreparcs the best, as with 5 kids i reckon it could crank up to a silly amount even if we starve.

any advice, discounts or whatever gratefully received. thx all.
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
There were alot of other sugggestions in the other post you did about this:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/342525/wheelchair-user-uk-family-holiday-s/
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Went to centreparcs in in Nottingham a few years ago as my partner was expecting and she couldnt fly, found it great but the park was huge and the food was amazingly expensive, im sure there must be a better alternative, i think its a good holiday to take if you want to lose weight, a bit like fat camp but without the drill instructor
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Wenchybev
There were alot of other sugggestions in the other post you did about this:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/342525/wheelchair-user-uk-family-holiday-s/



lost the other post but was looking for more experiences of the value for the cost of this from people who had been there. dont know anyone personally with experience to ask. i am wondering about the problem with getting round the site too as i have manual wheelchair so may be too much for me as cars are banned. cycling not an option unless the rest go without me. hoping for tips on whats worth spending the money and how much its likely to be to see if can budget for it.
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clondikemike
Went to centreparcs in in Nottingham a few years ago as my partner was expecting and she couldnt fly, found it great but the park was huge and the food was amazingly expensive, im sure there must be a better alternative, i think its a good holiday to take if you want to lose weight, a bit like fat camp but without the drill instructor


thanks thats the sort of feedback i was after. the expensive of this would mean we would have to cut back on everything so would need to be a really special holiday to be worth it for us. If i didnt think it would be i would be better investing in something else, especially as have to factor in a ferry crossing as well and loads of fuel.
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most hildays now cater for wheelchairs, pop into a travel agents and ask
#6
http://www.disabledholidayinfo.org.uk/links.htm

http://www.disabledholidayinfo.org.uk/links_uk_accom.htm

this site also lists loads of places to stay that have wheelchair access and days out that are suitable

it might help, wont hurt emailing a few for prices.
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dont forget you dont have to eat out and the supermarket prices are not bad at the parcs also at the whinfell forest there is some very steep paths in the parc compared to nottingham
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Wenchybev
http://www.disabledholidayinfo.org.uk/links.htm

http://www.disabledholidayinfo.org.uk/links_uk_accom.htm

this site also lists loads of places to stay that have wheelchair access and days out that are suitable

it might help, wont hurt emailing a few for prices.


great thanks that is worth checking for sure.
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128plant
lost the other post but was looking for more experiences of the value for the cost of this from people who had been there. dont know anyone personally with experience to ask. i am wondering about the problem with getting round the site too as i have manual wheelchair so may be too much for me as cars are banned. cycling not an option unless the rest go without me. hoping for tips on whats worth spending the money and how much its likely to be to see if can budget for it.


If you are disabled you can get a pass for your car that allows you to drive around
#11
kelly_o_fanatic
If you are disabled you can get a pass for your car that allows you to drive around


good to know that, thought i might have to wheel it around even if lodges close. thanks for that
#12


some superb information that will look into. cheers. eventually will get it sorted, will need a holiday to recover from all the searching lol

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