Lovely CP toilet in Oxfordshire, 5 miles south of Oxford
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair
Lovely, clean and spacious changing places toilet in picturesque village of Cumnor. The CP website suggests it is managed by the Vine Inn pub which is next door, but it is run by the local parish council and there is a sheet they ask you to fill in so that they know how much it is getting used. We decided to go to the pub for lunch which surprisingly was not particularly wheelchair-accessible, except for the garden. The entrance was through 2 fairly narrow doors with a small step and they didn't have a ramp. Fortunately we did, although was still awkward getting through the doors. When I booked the table, I mentioned that we had a wheelchair user, and they didn't mention accessibility issues. The food was very good though, although service a bit slow.
Transport & Parking
It is next to the VIne Inn carpark
As there was only a single length of tracking which needed to go over the toilet, this meant that the changing table needed to be moved into the centre of the room to be underneath the tracking. But the room is huge so there was still plenty of room for manouevring and handling. Equipment instructions were provided and also a sheet to fill in so that the parish council know how much use it is getting.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
Would be nice if the pub next door was more wheelchair-friendly.