Good access, excellent access info
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Hearing Aid, Walking Aid, Sign Language, Wheelchair, Powerchair, Autism
The first thing I will say is see their website for access info - which is great including the slop of the ramp that they lay out. A lovely lovely little bookshop. A few niggles: There is no way easy way to let them know you need the ramp (they say knock on the window which is high and hard to do so not accessible), hopefully to be fixed soon. Most of the aisles are big enough but there were a fair few obstructions and I had to back up/turn a few times. The little table which the badges are on is also too low to be accessible. Oh and they have a doggo that will try and play with you which is a) adorable but b) not particularly helpful if you can't kick the ball. Covid precautions are excellent and enforced.
Transport & Parking
Avoid coming via George Square Gardens - these are not accessible and surrounded by cobbles.