Young man in wheelchair with a young female Revitalise volunteer enjoying a visit to the zoo

Holidays for People with Cerebral Palsy

Our respite holidays for people with Cerebral Palsy offer a welcome break backed by the reassurance of personalised care support. Our centres are fully accessible, with an expert team of care and nursing professionals, giving you the space to enjoy a proper holiday.

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Why choose Revitalise

For nearly 60 years we have provided fun and relaxing respite holidays for disabled adults and carers, including those with Cerebral Palsy. We know that breaks are vital for wellbeing and we believe everyone should have access to time away.

Our respite holidays offer something entirely unique to what people traditionally think of. We are the only charity in the UK that provides a proper holiday experience combined with expert care support. Furthermore, we personalise our service to each guest and their individual care needs.

What you can expect on a Revitalise break

Our purpose-built holiday centres each offer a unique experience in a fully accessible, hospitality setting. We are fully equipped with everything you need to have a wonderful break with round-the-clock care.


Our Accommodation

  • Quality, full-board hospitality
  • Excursions and entertainment
  • Fully accessible facilities
  • 24-hour expert care support
  • Friendly volunteers on-hand
  • Fully licensed bar and lounge

Our Facilities

  • En suite accessible bathrooms
  • Call system
  • Pressure relief mattresses
  • Airflow mattresses*
  • Profiling beds*
  • Overhead and manual hoists*

*Available by prior arrangement only. Airflow mattresses incur a supplement of £40 for up to 7 nights. Use of hoists is dependent on Care Support Package.

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Our Holiday Centres

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Jubilee Lodge

Nestled away in the leafy suburbs of London, Jubilee Lodge offers the best of both worlds with its relaxing setting on the outskirts of Epping Forest, but our bustling capital city is just half an hour away.

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Revitalise Sandpipers exterior on a bright summer day with pampas grass swaying in foreground


Situated by the beautiful Marine Lake, Sandpipers offers a picturesque location and a classic holiday feel in a friendly seaside town within easy reach of some of the North’s best attractions.

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Netley Waterside House

Currently undergoing redevelopment, Netley is our jewel on the South Coast. With a stunning location, it enjoys gorgeous views and is situated just a stone’s throw from many great Hampshire sites.

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Resources for people with cerebral palsy

For more information and to support those with cerebral palsy, we’ve provided links to the following pages and organisations. If you have any questions about our respite holidays for people with cerebral palsy, please don’t hesitate to call us on 0303 303 0145.

Funding your break

As a national charity, we fundraise to subsidise all our prices. Visit our Costs and Funding page to learn more.

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Care Quality Commission (CQC)

CQC is the independent regulator of health and social care in England. Netley Waterside House, Jubilee Lodge and Sandpipers are all registered with CQC. For more information, please visit the CQC website.

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Respite Holidays

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Frequently Asked Questions

Have more questions  about who we are and what we do? Have a look at our FAQ page where we’ve answered the questions we hear most often.

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