The loos we love! Top five accessible toilets 2015

Photo of an accessible toilet sign.

Today is World Toilet Day, and we’re bringing accessible toilets into the conversation to raise awareness of the need for well-equipped, clean and readily available toilets for disabled people in public spaces and venues. If you’re wondering what you can do to make your toilet facilities more accessible, check out our top tips blog for inspiration. We’ve picked our top five loos of 2015, which one is your favourite?

1. The Rural Restroom

Photo of Kilchattan Bay.

‘We were impressed to find a very clean and large accessible loo on our travels at Kilchattan Bay. A great resource, thank you to whoever manages this’.

Photo of Kilchattan Bay accessible toilet.

For a toilet with a view and parking right nearby, Kilchattan Bay accessible toilet on the Isle of Bute wins the top spot for rural restroom on Euan’s Guide!

2. The Colourful Cubicle

‘There is an accessible toilet part way along the pier adjacent to the standard loos. Look out for the cartoon characters on the doors!’

Photo of Blackpool Pier accessible toilet.

This fun and inviting accessible loo on Blackpool Pier takes the top prize for colourful cubicle! It’s nice be welcomed with something a bit different from common toilet signage.

3. The Luxury Loo

‘The accessible toilet I visited near to screens two and three was large, spacious, well-equipped and spotlessly clean’.

Photo of Glasgow Film Theatre accessible toilet.

What else would you expect in an art deco cinema? The Glasgow Film Theatre’s lavish loo is so shiny you might need to wear some sunglasses! It’s glitz and glamour earns it the winning spot on our Luxury Loos.

4. The Unexpected Toilet

‘Unexpectedly high above the river…The accessible loo in the South Tower was great; in fact one of the nicest I’ve seen for space, cleanliness and usability’.

Photo of Tower Bridge accessible toilet.

We certainly didn’t expect to find such an impressive accessible toilet sitting this high above the River Thames! This Tower Bridge loo caught us by surprise, and what a nice surprise it was.

5. The Changing Places Toilet

‘Lovely, clean and spacious changing places toilet in picturesque village of Cumnor’.

Photo of Changing Places Toilet.

This well-equipped Changing Places toilet serves the small village of Cumnor just south of Oxford. It joins our list of favourite loos because of its cleanliness and attention to detail.

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