Tourism for All UK (TfA) is an independent charity supporting leisure and tourism opportunities for all, operating an information service to disabled and older people, and working with the industry and government to raise the standards of welcome to all guests.
TfA provides information to disabled and older people on accessible accommodation and other tourism services in the UK and overseas. Every year they respond to thousands of people who may need help and support to enable them to take a break they may not have previously believed possible.
TfA’s information service is backed by a website, www.tourismforall.org.uk, and supported by a helpline, 0845 124 9971. The aim is to provide lively, inspirational and comprehensive information that encourages people to try new things, see new places, and live life to the full!
Ana Crome runs TfA’s information service. As a wheelchair user herself she understands what it is to experience difficulties in finding suitable facilities and services.
‘It wasn’t until I started working for TfA that I realised travel can be made easier.’
As well as accommodation, travel, and attractions, TfA provides information about activity holidays for disabled people; equipment hire; places where care is available; escorts & carer services; and sources of finance towards the cost of a holiday for people on low income.
Tourism for All Travel Planner is the place to find accessible destinations and places to stay – whether you want a relaxing hotel break, an exciting day trip or just a change of scenery, you will find everything you can think of right here. TFA launched this site at the beginning of 2019 and this has replaced Openbritain.