Bed and Breakfast Inns Online offers a listing of B&Bs that are verified to have at least one accessible guest room. To find a B&B that will meet your needs, visit their Handicap Accessible Directory.
Microtel Inns and Suites, with locations throughout the United States, is committed to ensuring ADA-compliance in all of its hotels. In addition to offering a number of accessible guest rooms, they also train, via their Opening Doors program, all of their staff on disability etiquette and how to best serve guests with disabilities. For more information, contact their Reservations Representatives at (800) 771-7171 (Voice), (800) 824-2082 (TDD).
Pine Forest Lodge is a wheelchair accessible resort located in Mercer Wisconsin. Three cabins are year round wheelchair accessible. The resort has adaptive kayaks, waterskis and hand-crankbikes if reserved in advance. Also available is wheelchair basketball, badminton, adaptive canoeing and kayaking, golf carts and an accessible main lodge and three docks. Special discounts are available for the Memorial Day weekend for individuals with disabilities and their families. For more information call (715) 476-2241 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunset Pines Resort is a fully accessible two-bedroom cabin nestled in the rural Wisconsin community of Willard. Centrally located in Wisconsin, there is much to do within a 20-mile radius, including fishing, wilderness watching, shopping, horseback riding and archery. For more information, call (715) 267-6989 or e-mail email@example.com.
Welcome, H.O.M.E. is a Bed and Breakfast and a (House Of Modification Examples) accessibility demonstration home located in Newburg, Wisconsin, just 30 minutes north of Milwaukee. Guests are encouraged to explore numerous and varied accessible home design ideas and adaptive equipment in a leisurely setting for only $50.00 per night. Welcome, H.O.M.E. provides two great guest rooms and baths, all fully wheelchair-accessible. You can spend time in the comfortable family room, screen porch outside your bedroom, or cedar deck to enjoy the view of the countryside. Visitors may also wish to explore the prairie and woodlands along the wheelchair accessible hiking trails. Welcome, H.O.M.E. offers many accessible amenities, such as a kitchenette, and offers an array of adaptive equipment visitors can try for themselves. Welcome, H.O.M.E. offers free tours to day visitors and provides an accessible basement meeting room that can be used for any type of gathering. To arrange a visit to this unique wheelchair accessible country home, contact Welcome, H.O.M.E. at P.O. Box 333, 4260 West Hawthorne Drive (Hwy. Y), Newburg, Wisconsin 53060, call (262) 675-2525, or visit their website.
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