Quingo Scooter’s Top 3 Accessible Hotels in Scotland

Quingo Scooters understand that when you’re thinking about your next holiday or weekend away, there are certain things to consider for you and your mobility scooter. You want somewhere that can cater for your needs, be accessible and most importantly be comfortable for a relaxing time away.

Scotland is an incredible location for a weekend getaway, so we’ve put together our top 5 accessible hotels for you to take a look at and maybe plan your next adventure!


Crieff Hydro Hotel, Crieff

In the highland hills of Perthshire, you’ll find the stunning Crieff. A hub for tourism, the market town trades mainly on its whisky and cattle droving history. Every year the town hosts the Crieff Highland Games, which include music and dancing competitions – a great spectacle! The Crieff Hydro Hotel is a luxury Victorian style retreat, and is a great choice as it offers plenty of space and smooth paths. It has a fully accessible ground floor bedroom which includes an easy to use wet room. There is also lift access to all the other areas within the hotel. Tourist attractions nearby include the Caithness Glass visitor centre and Glenturret Distillery.

Millennium Hotel, Glasgow

If you’re looking for somewhere a little more busy and vibrant than the highlands, try out the city of Glasgow in Scotland’s western Lowlands. Known for its Victorian and art nouveau architecture, Glasgow a national cultural hub, home to the Scottish Opera, Scottish Ballet and the National Theatre of Scotland. The Millennium hotel is right next to Queen Street station, and it couldn’t be more central to the city. The accessible room has plenty of space to move around, and the wet room is fully equipped with facilities such as handrails. On arrival, the hotel will also go through a PEEP (fire evacuation plan) with you so that you can feel completely comfortable and at ease throughout your stay.

Lamlash Bay Hotel, Lamlash

If what you had in mind was to spend some downtime in a quaint little village with a seafront, then Lamlash is the spot for you. The largest village by population on the Isle of Arran, Lamlash is 4 miles to the south of ferry port Brodick. The village is the perfect location for some relaxation where you can sit back, enjoy the shorefront and maybe spot a seal or two! The Lamlash Bay Hotel will place you right on that shorefront, and as its family run it gives you the warmest of welcomes. The Family Suites have their own entrance which has a ramp, large doorways and a fully accessible shower inside the wet room. The food and drink at the Lamlash Bay Hotel is also top notch, you chose from a variety of beers, ales and malts to accompany your stone baked pizza.        


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