Off Grid Travel is committed to making its tourism experiences as accessible as possible to all visitors and we are always working to improve the accessibility of the places we care for.  


Off Grid Travel is a new business (opening to the public in 2022) and its first location at Cambo Estate in the East Neuk of Fife started as a pilot location. Not every aspect of the experience of Cambo is accessible yet – please read the information below for detail.


How we plan to improve accessibility

We’re continually looking at improvements for accessibility which are creative and sensitive to our surroundings. We plan to work collaboratively with disabled people and disability organisations to develop these solutions and welcome comments from our visitors to assist our further improvement.

Please do get to get in touch with us before you visit if you have a particular provision. By speaking to the team before you come, you can be certain that any extra help and facilities you need are available.


Currently at Off Grid Travel at Cambo Estate:


The locations of the two cabins at Cambo Estate may not ideal for those with restricted mobility or in a wheelchair. There is a distance to walk from the parking area to each building and this distance includes a short, steep slope. The terrain for walking is a footpath covered with woodchip. It can be uneven in places (or after heavy rain).

The distance to the Bothy from the car park is about 450m. The distance to the HideAway is about 300m. Wagons are provided in the car park for helping guests move their luggage.

The two buildings themselves are on one level, but are accessed by steps and the bathroom space is not designed for a wheelchair user.

To watch a video of parking at Cambo and walking to the Bothy go to and click on the green Highlights folder “Bothy”.

To watch a video of parking at Cambo and walking to the HideAway go to and click on the green Highlights folder “HideAway”.

For a video tour of the interior of the Bothy go to and click on the green Highlights folder “Bothy”.



The Bothy at Cambo is extremely child friendly and ideal for a family getaway. Please read the above information for distances to walk to access the Bothy and videos of the route. The footpath is good quality but a buggy with chunky wheels is recommended, a town buggy may struggle.  

For a video tour of the interior of the Bothy go to and click on the green Highlights folder “Bothy”.

There is a sturdy gate system available in the Bothy to protect younger children from the wood burning stove. There is a baby protection barrier to put on the side of the bed (either mattress) to help prevent any rolls or tumbles. Please be aware though the the Bothy experience is adventurous – firepits, woodland, hammocks and bbqs! Please keep an eye on children at all times.



The two Off Grid Cabins at Cambo Estate may offer ideal locations for some guests who are neurodivergent. There are no cars anywhere near the accommodation and it is exceptionally peaceful.  Cars are parked and guests walk to the accommodation on well-marked footpaths. Each cabin is completely private – they are almost 500m apart and cannot be seen from each other. They have complete privacy and are surrounded by nature. The Bothy is in a small, private wooded copse. The HideAway sits on a more open location, looking out to sea. There is an abundance of nature – hares, squirrels, deer are common.

The sky at night is huge and unpolluted – ideal for quiet evenings around a firepit and star gazing.

For videos of each building and a sense of the location of Cambo, please go to go to and click on the different green Highlights folders.

Things to be aware of:

there can sometimes be activity in the field next to both cabins – a tractor or other farm machinery at certain times of year. Cambo Estate remains a working farm.

There are always dogs around at Cambo –  on the Estate paths, in the café and elsewhere. They are asked to always be on leads.


Please do get in touch with us for any detail regarding accessibility at Cambo Estate –



Here at Off Grid Travel we are committed to providing a website that is accessible to everyone, regardless of technology or ability.

Website standards

We are working hard to increase the accessibility and usability of our website, using many of the available standards and guidelines.

Wherever possible we follow level Double-A of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0.

These guidelines explain how to make web content more accessible for people with differing needs. Following these guidelines will help make the web more user friendly for all people.



This site has been built using code compliant with W3C standards for HTML and CSS.

Our website should display correctly in the current and previous two versions of the following browsers:

  • Firefox
  • Chrome
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Safari


Areas we’re still working on

While we try to follow the accepted guidelines and standards for accessibility and usability, it is not always possible to do so in all areas of the website.

There are specific areas where we are currently working to achieve better accessibility:

  • Provision of video and audio transcripts
  • Provision of audio captions
  • Provision of audio descriptions
  • Alt text for images doesn’t include information on where the website user will be taken, just what the image depicts
  • We sometimes show third-party content and we’re working with these suppliers to make this content accessible in the future
  • Screen readers may experience difficulty navigating the property homepage image galleries
  • Screen readers may not work on our campsite booking pages
  • There are some areas of the site that require you to have JavaScript turned on to work. Please be aware of this and know we are making these areas easier to access in the future.

We are continually seeking out solutions that will bring all areas of the site up to the same level of overall web accessibility.



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