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Providing extra care for you

05 September 2016

We’re famous for organising accessible holidays throughout the world, but did you know we also offer an excellent choice of assisted holidays in Jersey, Spain and Madeira, for customers in need of a little extra care and assistance? What about the assisted care options that we offer in Tenerife, Greece, Cyprus, and the UK?

It is our belief that everyone should be able to enjoy accessible accommodation abroad, so Enable provides the opportunity for assisted-living holidays. Below, we have included a selection of these styles of break, to help make the world accessible to all.


Mar Y Sol, Tenerife

Warmed by the year-round Tenerife sun, the picturesque Mar Y Sol is set just 250m from the sea and provides some of the most accessible accommodation in our range. The property was designed specifically with the wheelchair user in mind, and provides guests with multiple ways of accessing the pool, plus ideally adapted apartments and studios.

The property offers excellent sports facilities and therapists for both able-bodied and mobility-impaired young people, and a choice of different apartments to help make your stay a special one.


Dilectus, Madeira

This facility is the only assisted living property in Funchal, and provides guests with high quality care services to meet their needs. As well as residing just five minutes from the resort's many attractions and amenities, the Dilectus is capable of offering individualised care plans and a range of other services designed to make guests, both able-bodied and mobility-impaired, as comfortable as possible.


C&A Apartments, Paphos, Cyprus

This relaxing, family-run property features basic but well-adapted studios and a three-bedroom apartment. The owners will show guests what they consider to be true Cypriot hospitality, and encourage guests to enjoy dinner together by the pool.


Eria Resort, Crete, Greece

The Eria Resort is another ultra-accessible accommodation, which stands in a quiet rural spot on the Greek island of Crete. As well as the extra care facilities one would expect from an assisted living hotel, this property offers a full programme of excursions as well as great advice about local accessible attractions.

All rooms have adapted bathrooms and at least one adjustable bed, plus a ramped swimming pool with hydrotherapy.


Maison des Landes, Jersey

This hotel has been operating for over four decades, and has always catered for guests with disabilities. The property is equipped with electric beds and hoists, accessible showers and more, and provides adapted excursions as well as a warm and welcoming atmosphere.


Sanyres Puerto Banus/Puente Romano

The Sanyres hotel group has been operating for over a decade, and aims to provide individualised care for guests whose needs go beyond travellers who require an adapted room.

Both hotels, the Puerto Banus and the Puente Romano supply beautiful surroundings and specialised care in equal measure.


Blackpool, England

This hotel offers 43 accessible rooms for specialist, wheelchair-accessible holidays beside the sea. Overhead tracking, electric beds, large specially-designed shower rooms and more help to make this hotel available to all, regardless of their mobility impairments, while the food served is prepared by an in-house chef who has over 20 years’ experience.


Llandudno, Wales

This purpose-built accessible hotel stands on the attractive Victorian Promenade in Llandudno bay, and gives guests wonderful views of the bay, the famous pier and Great Orme.

The accommodation offers a range of care packages at no extra cost, and provides a wide choice of specialist equipment to help make any stay as comfortable as possible. 

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