Blogs

My Surprise Proposal!

This is a particularly exciting blog post for us here at Disabled Travel with Georgina; we are celebrating the launch of our wonderful new website and I also wanted to share some truly fabulous news with my amazing followers… WE ARE NOW ENGAGED!!

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The Copthorne Hotel, Sheffield

The Copthorne Hotel in Sheffield (https://www.millenniumhotels.com/en/sheffield/copthorne-hotel-sheffield/) is a really central hotel and restaurant complex that is situated in the very heart of Sheffield city centre.

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Hotel Indigo, York

You may have noticed from my Instagram posts (@disabledtravelwithgeorgina) that Richard and I recently visited York to have a browse of the Christmas market and

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The Peacock, Barlow

Richard and I were thrilled to be invited to The Peacock pub at Barlow for an evening meal and I must say the experience didn’t

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The View, Tynemouth

Richard and I visited The View restaurant at Tynemouth (https://www.theviewtynemouth.com) which is a beautiful modern restaurant with large glass panelled walls to give diners a

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East Lodge Hotel, Matlock

Richard and I had a lovely romantic getaway at East Lodge, Matlock. The hotel’s peak district setting is absolutely beautiful with the Heights of Abraham

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Messina cruise port

Wheelchair access in Messina is generally good since the main attractions of the square and cathedral are both wheelchair friendly. If you are on a

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Cromer, Norfolk

Cromer is a popular seaside town in Norfolk, UK; it’s very family orientated and there are lots of seaside shops to but souvenirs and beach

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Costa del Sol Beaches

Spain is perfect for a budget, cheap disabled sunshine holiday. The Costa del Sol is renowned for its sunny Blue Flag beaches and family-orientated activities

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