Accessibilty Statement

Black Kilt Tours Accessibility Statement

Assistance dogs or mobility requirements are not problems

My aim is to take the stress out of your holiday so that you get the maximum experience in a safe, respectful environment. I don't have all the answers and I am committed to improving accessibility but I need you to tell me what you require. You are the expert so whatever your needs let me know and I'll do my best to accommodate you.

Assistance dogs:
Please advise me if you are bringing your assistance dog.   Water, drinking bowl (plastic or metal) and dog blanket are available.

* Guide dogs and hearing dogs etc.

Please ensure that your accommodation provider is happy to accept Assistance Dogs and not just guide dogs.

Information:
You will want to know all about the places we are visiting so as well as a detailed itinerary pack I can provide Information Cards giving background details of the sites we visit.

These are tailored to your tour, so please advise whether you require large print.

I am happy to site guide if you require it.

 
Freedom of movement
The vehicle has been chosen for its easy access but let me know if you need slip-sheets (available at cost price).

It is likely that most collapsible wheelchairs can be carried in the boot space – but this will affect luggage space and consequently restrict the number of passengers.

A wheelchair can be hired on your behalf (at cost rental), let me know your weight and height

Let me know your level of ability if you wish to go on any trails. Many attractions now offer accessible trails

I do not provide any care service however, as your driver/guide I will be with you throughout your tour and can offer an extra pair of hands.

Medicines:
There is a refrigerated coolbox as well as cooler in the glove compartment to store your insulin and snacks.
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