With a diverse culture, fascinating heritage and beautiful countryside, the Isle of Man’s unique charm will capture the hearts of those who choose to visit this hidden gem in the middle of the Irish Sea.
A holiday should be a thoroughly enjoyable and relaxing experience for every member of your party, which is why the Isle of Man Government and Douglas Development Partnership have worked with DisabledGo to make the Isle of Man as friendly as possible for people with a disability.
The DisabledGo-Isle of Man Access Guide
opens the door to over 1,200 of the Island's buildings and activities including hotels, restaurants, shops and businesses. The Island has a superb range of attractions from heritage sites, theatres, nature reserves and countryside which can now be accessed and enjoyed by all.
The DisabledGo guide can be used to gain a fuller picture of all that the Island can offer and acts as a directory for information on how people with a disability can go out and enjoy the many services and venues that make up the rich cultural life of the Island.
The Guide represents a significant step forward in raising awareness of what is accessible and hopefully encourage a drive towards better access and a higher quality of life for all over the next few years. It's a service that aims to enable visitors with disabilities to get the most out of their trip to the Island.
For those visiting the Isle of Man, you’ll find that, following the introduction of the National Accessible Scheme, several accommodation options have now been assessed and accredited with a mobility rating ranging from M1 to M3i. If you are unsure which level best suits your requirements, please check against the symbols and explanations below. You can browse through our dedicated Accessible Accommodation page to find the best fit your individual requirements.