A blend of traditional seaside holiday hotspots, industrial heritage and breathtaking natural beauty - discover everything the region has to offer on our disabled friendly Welsh Bay Tour.
Combine traditional seaside fun, an up-and-coming capital with a vibrant waterfront promenade and a day in the spectacularly beautiful National Botanic Garden of Wales on our delightful Welsh Bays and Botanicals Tour.
Taking in some of South Wales’s most popular holiday hotspots, our Bays and Botanicals Tour will see you visit the buzzing Welsh capital, Cardiff, take a day trip to the beachfront town of Porthcawl and enjoy the plant life and greenery at the National Botanic Garden. Along the way, you’ll be supported by our fantastic Care Team and enjoy the company of your fellow Limitless travellers.
Travelling to Cardiff on our fully accessible coach, you’ll spend the first evening of your holiday settling into your four-star, city-centre hotel and dining together in its fantastic on-site restaurant. On your second day, we’ll make our way to the famous Cardiff Bay (sometimes known as Tiger Bay), where we’ll check out the promenade before boarding an accessible boat for a trip across the water. Later, we’ll visit Cardiff Castle and the brilliant Firing Line Museum.
On Day Three, it’s all about the National Botanic Garden of Wales, with its phenomenal displays and wonderfully green landscapes. With a Bird of Prey Centre, several temporary exhibitions and a charming on-site cafe, there’s plenty to see and do. Your final full day will be spent by the beach, in the lovely town of Porthcawl. Whether you’re sunbathing on the sand, wandering along the promenade or tucking into some fish or chips, it’s a great way to end the tour.
Your accessible hotel has been hand-picked by the Limitless Team for its superb location and excellent disabled facilities. A Limitless Travel representative will accompany the tour group throughout the holiday, providing assistance whenever required and ensuring you receive the support you need.
Visit the Welsh capital and tour the waterfront aboard an accessible boat, discover a staggering array of plant life at the National Botanic Garden and soak up the sun, then cool off with an ice cream in Porthcawl.
Stay in a four-star, city centre hotel in the heart of happening Cardiff
Travel via an accessible coach equipped with a hydraulic lift or ramp
Group support included as standard and provided by our experienced care team
Supplementary care packages available for travellers who require additional assistance
We’ll also help to arrange any specialist equipment you need while on holiday
Every holiday led by a Limitless Tour Manager to ensure a problem-free trip
From booking your holiday to returning home after a wonderful trip, the Limitless Team is on-hand to provide you with the support you need. If you have any questions regarding the holiday, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
After boarding the accessible coach at one of our UK meeting points, we’ll begin the journey to South Wales. Wheelchair users can opt to remain in their chair, which will be safely secured in place for the duration of the trip, or transfer to a standard seat.
On arrival at your four-star city centre hotel, the Limitless care team will help you check-in and get your bags to your room. Then there’s a little time to relax, settle in and enjoy the hotel before indulging in the first delicious dinner of the holiday.
After getting the day off the perfect start with a hearty breakfast at the hotel, we’ll make our way over to Cardiff Bay. Once known as Tiger Bay, this freshwater lake was part of an enormous regeneration project that helped transform the waterfront area. Now home to a remarkable array of attractions and eateries, as well as the seat of the Welsh government, the Senedd Cymru.
At the lake, we’ll board an accessible boat for a guided tour of the waterfront. Later, you'll visit one of the city’s most significant landmarks, Cardiff Castle. Boasting more than 2000 years of fascinating history, the castle hosts the excellent Firing Line Museum - an institution that celebrates the service of soldiers who fought in the 1st The Queen’s Dragoon Guards and The Royal Welsh regiments. Once we’re finished with our action-packed day in the city, we’ll head back to the hotel for our evening meal.
Following breakfast, we’ll board our accessible coach and make the short journey to the National Botanic Garden of Wales. Featuring themed plant collections, a bird of prey centre and fantastic temporary exhibitions, the wheelchair-friendly gardens are a delight to explore.
After visiting the garden’s breathtaking Great Glasshouse, we’ll check out the spectacular views across the water, marvel at the cascading waterfalls and enjoy a striking bird of prey show that will see majestic eagles soar across the landscape. The garden also boasts a delightful cafe and shop, so you can stop for a bite to eat and to pick up a few holiday souvenirs. At the end of the day, we’ll return to the hotel for another tasty dinner.
Today, we’re visiting the wonderful seaside town of Porthcawl. One of the Welsh south coast’s best-kept secrets, it’s a 45-minute drive from Cardiff and situated halfway between the capital and Swansea. Boasting an abundance of cafes, bars and shops, as well as a great waterfront promenade, it’s a traditional seaside treat that’s a pleasure to visit.
While in Porthcawl, make sure you check out the accessible walk that runs behind the main sea wall and soak up the gorgeous views that stretch across the Bristol Channel, all the way to the North Devon coast. Accessible beach wheelchairs are available to rent at Rest Bay and Sandy Bay beaches if you’re looking for classic white sand, chilly seas and ice cream experience. To top off the day, we’ll enjoy a cracking fish and chips lunch. It’s on us!
Today your Welsh Bays and Botanics tour comes to an end. After breakfast, our accessible coach will depart the hotel for our various UK drop-off locations. Relax, take in the views through the window and enjoy a little commentary from your Tour Manager. Now all that’s left to do is say farewell to new friends and plan your next Limitless adventure.
Future Inn Cardiff
This accessible Welsh Hotel has been hand-selected by the Limitless Travel team. From outstanding facilities to spacious accommodation options, this hotel is perfect for your South Wales tour.
A hotel located in the heart of Cardiff just by Cardiff Bay
Fully accessible large hotel with accessible wet room bathrooms
Large spacious dining area and reception area
Equipment available to hire
Hot cooked breakfasts served daily, and 3 course evening meals
Wheelchair Accessible Coach
All of our vehicles are 100% accessible for wheelchair users and those with limited mobility. They are fitted with either a ramp or a hydraulic lift and wheelchairs can be clamped into place, so there's no need to transfer out of your wheelchair if that's where you're more comfortable. Travellers who do not use a wheelchair are also welcome to use the ramp or lift to access the coach.
Hydraulic lift or ramp.
Safety clamps to secure wheelchairs into place.
No need to transfer from your wheelchair.
Hold space for manual wheelchairs.
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