Review of the Cafe, Time for a blether ...
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Powerchair
Looking for somewhere that little bit different we stumbled across the Scottish Story Telling Centre's Cafe. At first you don't know where to enter but inspecting the signs on the building wall there's an accessible route signposted.
Transport & Parking
Parking is very limited on the Royal Mile. There are accessible buses services passing along by the Centre.
Access as a wheelchair user was through a door tucked away to the left of the main entrance. It does have a sign at wheelchair height so you know where to go. Heading through this you come into the ticketing desk area and shop. All very bright, light and spacious. Beyond this is the entrance to the Cafe. The Cafe has moveable furniture so it's easy to find a spot that suits. The floor is level and there are no doors to get in as it's open plan.
There's a good accessible loo just around the corner from the Cafe. You have to pass through a glass door and this is quite heavy; you may need a hand to get through if you're a wheelchair user. The toilet is large, well appointed, and clean.
Staff were helpful and informative.