Sundance Villas supports Disabled Access Day
Now bi-annual, next one March 2019
Sundance Villas has supported Disabled Access Day since its launch in 2015. It aims to encourage disabled people and their friends and families to visit somewhere new and discover places with great accessibility.
Sundance Villas joins over 200 companies and venues including disabled access review website Euan’s Guide in supporting the day. A wide range of events are taking place including touch tours and captioned film screenings. Previous attractions included Buckingham Palace, Royal Yacht Britannia and the National Theatre, among others.
Commenting on their involvement in Disabled Access Day, Irene Hare Managing Director at Sundance Villas, said: “I appreciate what a nightmare and minefield it can be for disabled holidaymakers to find Truly accessible villa rentals. This is why I helped design Villa Ampelitis from scratch. It has level access, wet rooms, profiling bed, pool hoist and moveable hoist, and a beautiful private heated indoor pool which can be used 24 hours. Pool heating and central heating is available. This property also has 2 wheelchair accessible studios, bookable only to you the renter. Our rates are reasonable and I can offer a discount on 14 night + bookings at villas Ampelitis and Timily.” Just quote “Disabled Access Day”.
Kiki MacDonald, Co-Founder of lead sponsor Euan’s Guide, said: “Promoting good disabled access is at the core of what we do, so this campaign is close to our hearts. By hosting events and offering promotions to visitors on January 17th, all of the partners involved can demonstrate just how important disabled access is to them.”
For further information on Disabled Access Day, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 0131 510 5106.
About Disabled Access Day
Disabled Access Day is all about getting out and visiting a venue that you’ve never been to before – whether a cinema, coffee shop, sports centre or anywhere else. Disabled Access Day is asking disabled people and their friends and families to visit or book somewhere that they’ve never been before.