Lovely country pub - not ideal for access but it was do-able plus really helpful staff
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair
First obstacles to access are the step into the garden and small uneven step at the door. It's tight for space inside with barstools everywhere and lots of corners to negotiate - not surprising given the old building. However staff were quick to come to my aid, unbidden. There's a disabled loo - small and packed with loads of stuff that shouldn't be in there! Food divine, service efficient, prices reasonable, surroundings lovely.
Transport & Parking
There's an adjacent parking area for the pub. No disabled spaces I could see. Is alongside the pub so a bit of a trek to the front door. Don't know about buses. No parking right outside front door.
I can't score it highly as it was difficult to get a chair in. There's a small step into the garden - bit of a bump up in my chair. The threshold step is smaller but uneven so care needed if on foot. The door opens inward and is a bit awkward. Once inside, floor is smooth. Biggest issue is stools everywhere and tight corners. However it's perfectly possible with a wheelchair and staff were quick to help. We were lucky possibly it wasn't terribly busy when we visited.
There was a clearly labelled accessible loo - brilliant. However there was a side table, baskets and kids high chairs in there. I just got my wheelchair in but couldn't turn it and couldn't get alongside the loo. I managed fine but some might find it difficult. Having said that, it's great there was a disabled loo! There were adequate grab rails but no alarm cord.
As we came up the path we were spotted and the door was opened by staff.stools were moved for us. Drinks were brought over to our table. Similarly when we left the door was opened. Really helpful
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Food here is divine. Will definitely return.