Our ever successful supported holidays are booking up fast, but we have a couple of places left on our spring breaks.
Kielder Water and Forest Park is home to Northern Europe’s largest man-made lake and England’s largest forest. The distinctive landscape of the area includes 27 miles of shoreline surrounded by pine forest and heather moorland, giving you an amazing location for a relaxing outdoor orientated holiday.
Our partners are the Calvert Trust who enable people with disabilities to benefit from outdoor activities. The Kielder Water Centre has a range of facilities and also provides respite care, which means we will meet a variety of people during our stay. We will be located in a separate wing of the centre and have access to a quiet sitting room if needed. The facilities include level access bedrooms with en-suite wetrooms, an indoor games room, a ‘snoozelum’ sensory room, a hydrotherapy pool, sauna, television lounge, a licensed bar and snug with Wi-Fi access. Our diverse programme includes supported walks with golf buggies, a boat trip, birds of prey and even a zip-wire! Hadrian’s Wall is nearby and the area has the darkest night skies in England which are perfect for stargazing. The centre has a range of freshly prepared food and the fully trained, friendly staff look after our every need. There are more indoor activities in the centre in the colder months and we can always take refuge inside with a hot drink after a cold, refreshing walk!
Dates are 20th - 24th March. For more information including a full itinerary and pricing click here
Enjoy a Spring break whilst staying in luxurious, accessible and cosy accommodation in the Lake District. This holiday is based at Windermere, England’s largest natural lake. It is a supported group holiday that allows you to make friends and experience the natural landscape and heritage of our largest National Park. It is suitable for those with limited mobility. This break is run in partnership with a local organisation called Amy’s Care. Like us, they specialise in both travel and dementia and provide excellent local knowledge and skills, adding immense value to the trip.
Our base will be three apartments in the Windermere marina village, with plenty of space outside of your bedroom in comfortable, communal living areas. Most rooms have ensuite showers or bathrooms and level access to the outdoors.
We aim to create a family atmosphere on this break. Dementia Adventure organise a meal plan and the shopping. We work together as a group to cook breakfasts and evening meals and prepare picnic lunches. We will have a variety of meals both in the accommodation and out at local cafés and pubs.
Dates are 24th - 28th April. For more information including a full itinerary and pricing click here.