200 Degrees Coffee Shop
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Powerchair
There is level access into the coffee shop by a lightweight, manual door, which is plenty wide enough to accommodate a wheelchair. The floor is smooth wooden boards, making it very easy to traverse, and the tables both outside the shop and at the front of the shop are spaced apart allowing easy passage between furniture. The counter is lower than in most coffee shops, making it very easy to communicate with the baristas, and table service is provided for everyone. There is one raised area up some steps at the back of the coffee shop without a ramp, but plenty of accessible seating available so this shouldn’t be problematic. There is a disabled toilet, but this does not include full changing facilities. The staff and friendly and co-operative, and are willing to provide any support necessary. The coffee shop is near several bus stops and the train station, and multi-storey car parks with accessible parking are also available nearby.
Transport & Parking
Nearest car park is about a quarter of a mile away at least, although it does have plenty of disabled parking bays. It's not a street for road vehicles, so the nearest bus stop is maybe 100 m away.
Door not automated, tables can be narrow to get through, but a lowered counter so wheelchair users can order on their own makes up for it!
On the small side and lacking full changing facilities, but clean.
Staff are always friendly, and will carry trays to tables and clear them away afterwards if needed.