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All welcome – accessible White Cliffs Country

There are plenty of accessible places to visit and experiences to enjoy in White Cliffs Country where you’ll also find excellent facilities to cater for differing needs.

Amazing accessible things to do

Explore world-famous attractions on land and sea on Kent’s Heritage Coast. 

Go onboard for an exhilarating ride with Wetwheels Southeast who run fully accessible boat trips from Dover Harbour aboard a specially adapted boat. You’ll see the White Cliffs close up and seals basking on sandbanks, and the experienced team helps everyone to have a go at taking the helm!  

Majestic Dover Castle has wheelchair access to much of the grounds and you can hire specially adapted mobility scooters to fit through the narrow Secret Wartime Tunnels so you can experience the underground thrills. 

Get out into nature at Green Flag nature reserve Samphire Hoe, located at the foot of the White Cliffs between Dover and Folkestone, which has a recommended ‘access for all’ route around the reserve and a Tramper all-terrain mobility scooter.  

Younger visitors with sensory needs can use a KultureCity sensory bag when visiting Wingham Wildlife Park to help them enjoy the experience. There are quiet zones and qualified staff; the park is well suited for people of all abilities. 

Dover Museum is accessible with lift access to all floors so you can visit the oldest boat in the world in the Bronze Age Boat Gallery and see the fascinating Channel Crossings exhibition.  

The clifftop Battle of Britain Memorial at Capel-le-Ferne is a must for any history or aviation buff. The grounds, buildings and facilities are fully accessible. gives it 5 stars.  

All welcome – accessible White Cliffs Country All welcome – accessible White Cliffs Country
All welcome – accessible White Cliffs Country

Accessible places to stay

From chain hotels to cosy bed & breakfasts, these places to stay are committed to providing a warm welcome and accessible facilities. 

Alkham Court Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast nestled in the beautiful Alkham Valley near Dover has a ground-floor accessible room. Awarded an Enjoy England ‘Breakfast Award’ for outstanding quality, choice of breakfast, service and hospitality, you can be confident you’ll be looked after.  

For golf fans, The Lodge, the hotel accommodation on Prince’s championship links golf course near Sandwich (site of the 2022 Open), has two accessible rooms. The Lodge has magnificent sea views looking out over the golf course and the sweep of Sandwich Bay.  

If self-catering is more your thing, Seastar is a large, fully accessible holiday cottage on the seafront at Deal. The property has a ramped deck overlooking the beach and a lift inside for wheelchair users. There’s also a fully adapted room with ensuite wet room.   

Located near the main routes into the area, the Holiday Inn at Whitfield and Sandwich Travelodge both have accessible rooms to accommodate travellers with additional needs.  

All welcome – accessible White Cliffs Country
All welcome – accessible White Cliffs Country All welcome – accessible White Cliffs Country

Changing Places 

We know that days out can be challenging because standard toilets do not meet the needs of all people with a disability. Fully accessible Changing Places facilities can be found at Kearsney Abbey Cafe, Dover Leisure Centre, Buckland Hospital in Dover and Wingham Wildlife Park enabling those with severe disabilities to enjoy a day out.