Are you searching for hotels with disabled access near Bristol?

Many people search for ‘disabled hotels’ on the Internet, yet struggle to find suitable accommodation. Perhaps one hotel offers the affordability they’d like but not the facilities of a truly disabled accessible-hotel; another has disabled accommodation but isn’t close to their airport of choice…

If you’re searching for hotels with disabled access near Bristol, look no further. Our guests appreciate our idyllic parkland grounds and peaceful rural ambiance. They also comment on the convenience of our well equipped bathrooms designed with wheelchair users in mind, and keep coming back because their stay is simply so comfortable and well thought out.

Little details make the difference

Whether you need disabled access or not, little details like these ensure you can make the most of your stay:

  • Valet parking – leave your car at reception and we’ll park it securely, sparing you a long walk to Reception
  • Ground floor accessible toilets – close to the hotel public areas
  • Automatic front doors – making arrival easier for everyone
  • Disabled parking at Reception – just a short, level walk from your car to a great night’s sleep
  • Two ground floor rooms (including a family/carer suite) with full disabled facilities – affordable luxury conveniently accessible through Reception
  • Service dogs welcome
  • Delicious catering – meeting all dietary needs, while large-print menus and wine lists, and helpful staff make it easy to find your favourites
  • Airport transfers for a small fee for all guests – with our friendly, helpful driver to assist you.

Convenience and excellent disabled access

When we relaunched the Winford Manor recently, we carefully designed-in the highest levels of convenience, accessible facilities and access for the disabled. Hotels near Bristol airport probably don’t come more relaxing, welcoming and accessible.

The Winford Manor Hotel – it’s for everyone.

Winford Manor are delighted to release this new video of accessible facilities within the hotel from the perspective of a real user, Ross Smith. Ross is a Disability Consultant and at his best when working closely with people and educating individuals and employers to understand the benefits of employing and supporting people with a range of different skills and abilities. For more information go to