Coatbridge is found on the outskirts of Glasgow and is famed for its annual celebrations of St. Patrick's Day which draw crowds of up to 15,000 to the town.
Visitors can enjoy a visit to the Time Capsule which is one of Scotland's most popular visitor attractions. The water park includes a flume big enough to fit a Mini Cooper inside! Or if you would prefer something a little more relaxed, take a stroll around Dunbeth Park which has a four star review for its disabled access on Euan’s Guide.
The Mondo Restaurant in Coatbridge has a great review and the staff were described as ‘very welcoming and friendly’. A short drive away from the town centre is the The Grill at Dakota Hotel which has received a 4.5 star review. Our reviewer has told us that there are a ‘number of disabled bays immediately outside entrance of the hotel’.
Coatbridge has several shops that have received great disabled access reviews including Tesco and Boots. We also have a great review of the Bank of Scotland. One reviewer has described what the accessiblity of the bank is like inside:
Once you enter the bank it is very much an open plan area that gives a lot of space to move around. There is a reception desk on the left as you enter who will assist people with general banking enquiries. The cash point machines and pay in machine are accessible with space around them.
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Last updated - April 2015