We understand that every guest has different needs and we aim to make our cottages and facilities available and accessible to all our guests equally, wherever possible.

“I have to say as a teacher, I was so impressed with what you do for children with additional needs. The sunflower lanyards, sensory box but mostly the staff’s attitude and demeanor. Farmer Dave and Paul ( I’m sure everyone else too) have such a lovely way with the children that there’s no pressure or expectation to do something , yet because of this I saw reluctant / anxious children join in and have a pony ride.” Sophie W

Our Accessibility Review

For the last couple of years, we’ve been working with the lovely team from Access Cornwall to improve our offering for those with accessibility needs.

Their team of reviewers included wheelchair users, vision and hearing impaired and autistic and dyslexic people and they provided us with a Bosinver Accessibility Review Document.

Since the team’s visit we have improved various hard surfaces to make access easier for those with mobility issues, including the lane leading to Lowen and the ramp to our Games Room, to which we have also fitted new wheelchair accessible doors. We have also undertaken staff Accessibility training and are now focusing on making Bosinver as welcoming to neurodiverse children and adults as possible.

Accessible Cornwall

We’re proud to say we do our best to meet the accessibility needs of as many of our guests as possible, and we’re also in a location where our county also does their best. Access Cornwall is the place to find out everything you need to know about your accessible holiday in Cornwall.

Our friends Viki and Emma and their team at Access Cornwall have a wonderful website and provide support to help you have all the information you need to plan and get the most our of your visit to Cornwall, including a map view of accessible places in Cornwall. Their website features venues that actively welcome those who have challenges such as vision, hearing or mobility impairment, learning issues or autism.

The Visit Cornwall website also includes information about accessibility in Cornwall, including accessible trails and routes for wheelchair users and attractions that offer extra facilities.

Another great resource is the Accessible Countryside website with suggestions for for accessible green spaces and nature reserves with links to information on beacheslocal taxis, organisations and facilities.

Hear from our Guests

“Our son has autism. It was the perfect place for him. He was super chilled the whole time – outdoors, animals, swimming & playpark on site to help keep him regulated.”

Chisholm Family - July 2023