We have catered for disabled holidays in South Wales since 1996 at Swansea Valley Holiday Cottages. Bwthyn Y Saer is our most accessible holiday cottage and best meets the needs and wishes of our disabled guests. It is all on the ground level, has no steps or changes of level throughout the cottage and has been awarded Category 2 by Visit Wales (assisted wheelchair access).
Disabled access holiday cottages in South Wales
The cottage forms one side of a rectangular courtyard of estate outbuildings. The courtyard is a level tarmacked area which is clear from obstructions, smooth and slip resistant. It is possible to park directly outside the cottage in an allocated parking space that is within 3m of the entrance door, which is 77cm wide.
- Service dogs welcome
- Free WiFi
- Good mobile phone signal
- 24 hour supermarket (which can deliver to cottage) just over a mile away
The cottage is mostly open plan inside. The hallway leads into the kitchen from the main entrance. There is no door between the kitchen and the living room. The wide entrance to the living room is 92cms. The kitchen floor is tiled. The cooker’s oven controls are at the front of the ceramic hob. The bathroom is situate adjacent to the kitchen and has grab rails. The door opens to a gap of 72cm. For more detailed accessibility information, please download the Bwthyn Y Saer Access Statement.
“A lovely snug and cosy cottage in a peaceful area. Perfect to ‘get away from it all’. Good access for Jo’s wheelchair. Warm and homely cottage.”
Phil, Judy, Kerith & Jo, Surrey
There are some wonderful wheelchair friendly attractions within easy access of the cottages.
- The National Trust’s Aberdulais Falls is ten minutes from the cottages and is accessible to disabled visitors.
- The National Waterfront Museum in Swansea is an excellent modern wheelchair friendly museum and well worth a visit. Nearby is Plantasia, which also has good disabled facilities.
- The National Botanic Gardens of Wales, some 20 minutes along the M4 from the Swansea Valley, were commended in Which magazine for their value for money and disabled access.
If you don’t feel like venturing far from the cottage, you can simply explore the local country lanes from the doorstep of you cottage. The historic Cilybebyll Church is a mile away along a quiet country lane.