Scotland versus England match at The Caledonian, Inverness High Street
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Powerchair
There was a good wide ground entrance door with no threshold but it would have been difficult to open if alone as it was not automatic. Access through the pub was good even though it was very busy. I was able to sit with everyone else & still had a really clear view of the screen; there were lots of screens all over the pub. I was also pleased to discover a lift to get upstairs, it was very good with ample space for my powered wheelchair & my fellow football supporter. The staff were very helpful & welcoming; they were happy to explain & help with the lift. There was a great atmosphere in the pub & I would definitely go again; the only thing that would have made it better would have been if Scotland had won but it was still a great day! There was an upstairs disabled toilet which was clean & required key access. Sorry, I do not have any of my own photos but here is the link to their own web site https://www.greatukpubs.co.uk/caledonianinverness
Transport & Parking
The venue has no car park as it is in the middle of the town centre but there are disabled spaces within the town centre but they are usually occupied. There are multi-story car parks with disabled parking fairly close by. The train & bus stations are both a few minutes away.
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Anything else you wish to tell us?
I would recommend it to other people. The entrance door was wide but difficult to open if alone as it was not automatic. The lift door for the descent would not open but the staff were very helpful & overcame the problem.