Not perfect, but not bad
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Mobility Scooter
Difficult for anyone confined to a wheelchair.
Transport & Parking
No car park. Bus stop outside.
There is a high step up to the main entrance which has a double door. I asked the assistant manager if the step could be lowered. He said it was a listed building. I told him it was possible to obtain removable ramps and he said he would pass this information onto the manager. The side door, which is narrow, has a low step of about 2 inches but the porch is only about 3 feet square and there is a sharp left turn to a second door which opens outwards. The assistant manager came immediately to my assistance when he saw me struggling but it was lunchtime and the pub was quiet.
I didn't need to use the disabled toilet but it was at the end of a short corridor which had to be accessed via a heavy door which opened outwards. Not ideal.
Both staff friendly and helpful.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
Once inside the pub is roomy so lots of space to park wheelchairs or a small scooter.