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Rough Guide to Accessible Britain: Write and Win Competition

18/10/2008 | 0 comments

Cover of Rough Guide to Accessible Britain, great days out for disabled visitorsRough Guides provide travellers with pocket-book information from shoestring to luxury and cover more than 200 destinations around the globe. Rough Guides and Motability have joined forces to produce an inspiring new Rough Guide to Accessible Britain.

Packed full of ideas on days out across the UK, this pocket-sized guide lists 100 wonderful places, tested and recommended by Rough Guide's researchers.

This pocket-sized guide has colour coded sections of different days out in Britain, it highlights the accessible facilities at each location as well as containing handy maps to help plan your day.

Venues described in the Accessible Britain guide include coastal paths, ancient castles, gardens, wildlife sanctuaries and a host of other attractions. Getting out and about in Britain has never been so easy. Some venues even have scooters for hire.  

The Guide is FREE to Blue Badge holders (£1.99 for postage and packing) and just £6.99 (inc p&p) to others.

Everyone is now invited to send their review of a favourite attraction for the next edition. There are five prizes of £200 travel vouchers for the winners. The competition ends on 7th November 2008.

To enter the competition, submit your review at:
Rough Guides Write and Win! web page.  

To order a copy of the guide, go to: Rough Guide Buy Now web page.
Deliveries to UK addresses only.

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General Information

Submitted by: Ivor Ambrose
Author(s): Rough Guides
Language(s): EN

Reference

Publisher: Rough Guides
Date published on the web: 01/10/2008
Source: http://www.accessibleguide.co.uk/

Keyword(s)

Accessibility information, access guides | Attractions | Hospitality | Special services for disabled visitors | Tourist information services

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