Wheelchair-Accessible Vacation Rentals

HomeAway listings include several wheelchair-accessible vacation rentals. Rental homes range in price from budget to luxury – and in size from one bedroom condos to large villas. Wheelchair accessible vacations may include one more of the following:

  • Ramps
  • Zero-Step Entrances
  • Wide doors and hallways
  • Large, Main-floor bathroom

How to find Wheelchair Accessible Rentals

Finding a vacation rental to suit your needs is easy when you use HomeAway. We offer up wheelchair-accessible vacations all over the world. All you have to do to find the perfect accommodation for you is check out the destination you're interested in, filter for "wheelchair accessible" and other amenities and requirements you may have (like number of bedrooms).

To be certain, ask the owner directly if you have other special needs or to find out if the vacation rental complies with American Disability Act standards .

Ideas for Wheelchair-Friendly Vacations

Disney World

The happiest place on Earth is also one of the most wheelchair-friendly. From the buses to the parades to the rides, disabled guests will feel welcome here. 

beach wheelchairThe Beach

There are loads of wheelchair-accessible beach homes you can stay in. Beyond booking a comfortable vacation home, it's also important to visit a beach that is easy to access and has wheelchair rentals. There are plenty of beaches like this, from Mission Beach in San Diego to Clearwater Beach.


From the London Eye to Stonehenge to the public transportation system, London is extremely wheelchair friendly. You can easily get around and see all the sights. The city happens to be mostly flat, too, so you won't have to worry about going up and downhill. 

Niagara Falls

You can get wheelchair at the Visitor Center and enjoy one of the most awe-inspiring attractions in North America. Even though your mobility may be limited, your views won't be - the Maid of the Mist, the Niagara Scenic Trolley, and the Cave of the Winds tour all welcome disabled tourists.


New York City is overflowing with things to see and do, and wheelchair-bound sightseers don't have to miss out. Besides booking a roomy apartment, you can also enjoy Broadway shows, the Museum of Modern Art, the Central Park Zoo, and endless dining and shopping. Plan ahead, though, many subways and taxis are wheelchair friendly, but not all. 


Wheel-chair Accessible Rentals in the US

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