Accessibility Pub Crawl, Ferry 15, Pub 8
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Powerchair
Pub 3 of the second day of my accessibility pub crawl in Broughty Ferry.
Transport & Parking
There are council car parks/on street parking close by and taxi rank is also nearby. There are also plenty of buses that pass through Broughty Ferry on regular basis. A train station is also situated in Broughty Ferry although I don’t know anything about how often they stop, I know it’s not that much though.
There are two entrances into this pub, both are accessible. I tested both without any problem, it was quite narrow to get from the side entrance to the bar though. We got a table right beside the front entrance so when we left I was able to get out easily. The doors were also quite narrow, but my wheelchair was able to get through. Even though it was colder on the day I did this accessibility pub crawl, I still went to see the Fisherman’s outdoor seating area. It was very accessible and easy enough to get to with level access.
I don’t think there is a disabled toilet here as I didn’t see one and even if it does I feel it wouldn’t be that big due to the size of the pub.
I didn’t interact with any staff members whilst I was here.
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You can see how I entered this pub in my video linked below (skip to 3:12 to see this pub).