Ableworld Cardiff Mobility & Stairlifts
|Monday||9.00am to 5.30pm|
|Tuesday||9.00am to 5.30pm|
|Wednesday||9.00am to 5.30pm|
|Thursday||9.00am to 5.30pm|
|Friday||9.00am to 5.30pm|
|Saturday||9.00am to 5.30pm|
|Sunday||10.00am to 4.00pm|
Ableworld Cardiff is positioned just 3 miles outside Cardiff City Centre and it’s the ideal location for you visit us with ease, without city traffic, especially from Newport, Pontypridd, Caerphilly or the surrounding areas. With ample disabled parking and easy access the store couldn’t be any easier to visit!
All Ableworld stores are spacious, light and well designed for mobility access. Our Cardiff Store is conveniently located just outside of the city for easier access for our customers.
Owned and managed by James Studdart and his team they will be happy to help you with all of your mobility needs. At our Ableworld Cardiff store, Manager Chris is assisted by Assistant Manager Sue and Sales Assistant Tara. They are all highly trained and DBS checked which brings added peace of mind when purchasing your mobility scooter, wheelchairs, riser recliner or stairlift. All Ableworld stores are built on good ethics and an understanding that we only sell aids and stairlifts that are right for the users and will increase their quality of life.
With friendly and welcoming store staff and helpful engineer’s onsite in order to service and repair stairlifts, mobility scooters and wheelchairs, you couldn’t be better cared for. Like all stores the Cardiff Branch provides stairlift installations and personal home visit assessments within a 30 mile radius of the store. This ensures we can cover a wide area to help as many customers as possible including those in Cardiff, Newport, Barry, Pontyprodd and the surrounding towns and villages.
We sell products such as:
BathliftsRiser Recliner ChairsWheelchairsContinence CareToiletingStairliftsMobility ScootersPowerchairsInjury SupportsBack SupportsWalkersWalking FramesEngineeringReachersDressing and ComfortAdjustable BedsWheelchair CushionsRaised Toilet SeatsRampsTransfer AidsWalking SticksPerching StoolsChair RaisersOverbed TablesGrab RailsExercise Therapy BandsWide Fitting Slippers
and much much more.
We also have Mobility Scooters and Wheelchairs available to hire at very competitive rates if you wish to borrow a mobility aid for a short period of time.
You can reserve items on our website and arrange to collect them at Ableworld Cardiff, giving you the flexibility of arranging a convenient time to pop in to view our products
Ableworld Cardiff are able to provideFinance packagesto suit your needs and help you to pay for larger mobility aids in affordable monthly instalments.
If you are looking for a stairlift quote in Cardiff? FREE PHONE 0800 999 2259
We also have another South Wales Mobililty & Stairlifts store in Bridgend.
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We received this lovely message from a pleased customer:
“Dear Sir/Madam, The lady who served us could not have been more helpful. The service and advice was really wonderful. The lady was Leanne and we feel your company is lucky to have her as an asset. Yours Faithfully, A & J Peterson”
25 March 2018 | Written by: Fleur Tucker | Places
Cardiff Bay is a must see when you’re exploring Cardiff, especially at this time of year. Fleur Tucker, a PR Officer at the Wales Millennium Centre shares her personal experiences and tips on where to eat, relax and enjoy a range of entertainment.
Easily accessible from the City Centre via rapid and regular bus and train links, you can quickly escape from the bustle of town to the Bay’s scenic waterfront setting. With an abundance of restaurants, most with generous outdoor seating areas looking out across the water, it’s easily my favourite place for alfresco eating and drinking in Cardiff. I particularly enjoy visiting ice cream and coffee shop, Cadawaladers. Situated on its own little pier, the views across the Bay are spectacular, making it the perfect place to sit and enjoy a couple of scoops of ice cream from their vast selection.
With everything on the flat, it’s both easy and wonderfully relaxing to explore the waterfront via the many scenic footpaths – something I enjoy doing regularly on a sunny weekend afternoon.
No day out in Cardiff Bay would be complete, however, without a visit to Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff’s iconic performing arts centre. With its imposing facade and striking inscription, it’s sure to be the first thing to catch your eye as you arrive at the Bay. Just fourteen years old, this modern building is highly accessible for wheelchair users, with wide concourses, lifts to all levels and fully accessible toilets on both sides of the auditorium and on every level.
This year, the Centre’s shows that have taken to the main stage over the past few months are some of the finest currently on-tour in the UK, such as Shrek the musical, Jimmy Carr, Sunset Boulevard and Beauty and the Beast in Concert.
The Centre’s award-winning restaurant and bar, ‘ffresh’, serves some of the best local produce and is another of my favourite places to eat and drink in the Bay to sample a true taste of Wales. I especially enjoy relaxing in the bar on a Friday evening and listening to the live performances. Wales Millennium Centre also offers an activity space for children to learn more about and get inspired by the world of theatre.
The Bay is home to some great attractions such as Techniquest, The UK’s longest established Science Centre with 120 interactive science exhibits, The Doctor Who Experience and the World of Boats, featuring over 40 boats from around the world as well as live restoration projects and interactive displays.
For more inspiration on days out around the UK, see other Days Out blogs
About the Motability Scheme
The Motability Scheme exists to give customers, their families and carers greater freedom to get out and do the day-to-day things they need and want to do, by enabling them to exchange all or part of their mobility allowance for leasing a car, scooter or powered wheelchair.
If you’d like us to send you more information about the Motability Scheme, request an information pack below or find out how to join.
Get a free information pack
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To help you decide whether you need assistance at Cardiff, here are a few of the main areas along with their distances and approximate walking times.
Long Stay Car Park 1 to Main Terminal = 332.99m (Call Point 4) (5min)
Long Stay Car Park 2 to Main Terminal = 174.13 (Call Point 3) (3min)
Short Stay Car Park to Main Terminal = 85.59 (Call Point 2) (1-2min)
There are plenty of help/call points for passengers with reduced mobility inside the car parks and outside the main terminal. Assistance for passengers with special needs is complimentary.
All Cardiff’s car parking facilities are fully compliant with the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA).
Disabled Parking Spaces
Disabled parking at Cardiff can be easily found with accessible routes into the terminal clearly signposted.
These are located in all the car parks, located near a special assistance shelter and are easily accessible. An intercom call point system is linked directly to the assistance desk for your convenience which you will find in the special assistance shelters.
We have 120 bays in total but if for any reason these are full then contact the car park team via one of the many intercoms located at the entrance/exit barriers. They will then assist to find a suitable parking bay for you.
We also offer a mini bus collection service for each of the car parks which can be pre-booked or requested on arrival by contacting the special assistance desk. You can do this by contacting the desk on 01446 729329 or via one the call points located in each of the assistance shelters. The mini bus is designed to allow for wheelchair or scooter access. This service is also available for when you return.
If you need assistance throughout your journey we recommend that you pre-book with your airline or travel agent at least 48 hours in advance. But if you haven’t done this, we’ll do our very best to help – just go to a help point with your flight details to hand.
A shuttle bus service is available for passengers which is fully operational around flight times. The bus stops directly outside the main terminal entrance.
Directions & parking
- Arrival & departure
- Approaching Cardiff by sea & tidal restrictions
- Barrage locking procedure
- Communication & VHF
- Speed limited areas
- Bay level, depth & datums
- River Ely
- River Taff
- Mooring & berthing
- Short stay visitor facilities
- Yacht clubs & marinas
- Marine information
- Local notices to mariners
- Port Marine Safety Code
- Public slipway access
- Chandlery & marine supplies
- What to do
- RNLI onboard safety advice
- Emergency response & marine incidents within the Harbour
- Online marine incident reporting form
- Arrival & departure
- The Regeneration Project
- Achievements of the Regeneration Project
- Barrage story
- Environmental monitoring
- Environmental operations
- Wildlife & conservation
- Water Safety Code
- Bay Eco Lounge
- Public transport
- Directions & parking
- Water taxis
- Mooring & berthing
- Short stay visitor facilities
- Yacht clubs & marinas
- What’s on
- Boat trips
- Eat & drink
- Walk & cycle
- Flat Holm island
- News & updates
- Community events
- The Harbour Authority
- The teams
- Contact us
Do I have to pay for Disabled parking?
In most of our car parks, Blue Badge Holders are required to pay the standard charges as advertised in the car park. However, in many car parks, there will be designated spaces reserved for Blue Badge holders only. Where possible, these are at convenient access points to and from the car park e.g. near the lifts or pedestrian entrances.
Please ensure your badge is clearly displayed on your dashboard at all times when parked.
Some car parks we operate provide free parking for Blue Badge Holders, but please read the following conditions:
- London Underground Station car parks
Parking is free for Blue Badge holders but only when using a disabled bay. If the disabled bays are full and you park in a regular bay, the regular tariff and rules applies. If you’re parking in a disabled bay at one of the London Underground station car parks that operate an Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) system, you must ensure that you go to the payment machine and register your vehicle under the Blue Badge option by following the instructions on the machine.
- Greater Anglia and C2C station car parks
Parking is also free for Blue Badge Holders at any of our Greater Anglia (GA) or C2C Station car parks. Please register your disabled badge here. If you’re unable to find a vacant disabled bay, you can park in any of the standard bays within the car park.