White Cliffs Country - well known for its unique history and heritage and some of the country’s most spectacular scenery - offers independent boutique shopping, great arts and culture, and a wealth of places to eat and drink. It is important to us that as many people can enjoy White Cliffs Country as possible and we continue to work towards improved accessibility for visitors across the district. To make planning your perfect break a little easier, here's information on getting to and around White Cliffs Country, inspiration for things to do while you're here and helpful links.
Search for accessible places to stay, eat and drink and things to do via our listings pages - use the filtering options - or contact our Visitor Information Centre team who can answer any questions you may have either via the Chat function on this website or by phone or email (see bottom of the page for contact details).
Trains South Eastern operates across the nine train stations in the district and all have induction loops and accessible ticket machines. There is some step-free access in most of the stations, but not between platforms. South Eastern offers some useful information about accessible train travel here.
Taxi The traintaxi database gives details of accessible taxi operators serving the area around each station.
Bus Public buses are operated by Stagecoach and you can find details about bus accessibility here. The company runs a Journey Assistance Cards scheme for those who need help using the bus (showing the card makes it easier for bus drivers to understand what extra help you may need). Click on the link to apply.
Car parking Disabled drivers may park for up to three hours (not to exceed the maximum period) free of charge in Dover District Council car parks, providing a disabled person's valid blue badge and clock are displayed. Additional parking should be purchased from the machine. Most pay and display car parks have wide bays dedicated to disabled drivers. Disabled persons on-street parking exemptions apply.