A short time ago I was delighted to bring news of some truly accessible holiday studios being developed in Kefalos on the beautiful Greek island of Kos. Catriona and Andy Jones have been in touch again to inform us that the studios are finally completed and they are now taking bookings.
Andy is an amputee and keen windsurfer and the couple decided to create an accessible holiday set up for people with disabilities when they moved permanently to Kos and discovered for themselves just how difficult it was to get hold of the right equipment to make life easier for people with disabilities, let alone suitable accommodation. As a result, Mobility Hire Kos and Delphini Studios were created and are informed by personal experience, a knowledge of what is required and how to go about getting it and an understanding and love of their island home.
Andy and Catriona are committed to offering the kind of personal service that comes from learning by their own experiences, a pride in their work and a genuine desire to ensure that their guests leave having enjoyed a relaxing and memorable (in a good way!) stay.
So often you hear of ‘accessible holidays’ that turn out not to be truly accessible at all and Catriona and Andy have already taken bookings from future guests who have reported disastrous experiences on holidays that purported to be accessible.
You can read more about Delphini Studios and Mobility Hire Kos and how they came into being in previous posts:
and, of course, check out images of the brand new facilities here:
Find out more, get dates, contact details and book through the Delphini Studios Website