Access in Summary
The hotel has eight accessible rooms, all of which have interconnecting rooms and en-suit bathrooms with a bath.
Car Parking/Drop Off
The hotel car park has eight accessible parking bays, all of which we located next to the main entrance. There is also a drop off point that is directly outside of the main entrance doors. The route to the hotel from both of these areas is step free.
There is no public transport within the vicinity as this hotel is just off of the M1.
Access into Hotel
The entrance door is an automatic, sliding door that is wide enough for a wheelchair user. The route from the entrance to reception is level and step free.
The general circulation at the hotel is good with wide corridors and plenty of room to move around. All internal doors have vision panels and are wide enough for a wheelchair user.
The reception area is well lit with plenty of open spaces. There is also a wide range at seating to suit all types of guests.
The bar is a quiet area that has plenty of seating and lighting suitable for its intended use. The route to the bar is either by steps or a ramp that has a moderate slope.
The restaurant is a quiet area that has plenty of seating and lighting suitable for its intended use. The route to the restaurant is either by steps or a ramp that has a moderate slope. The restaurant is a buffet self service restaurant.
The hotel has no gym.
The hotel has three conference rooms, all of which are located on the ground floor and a short distance from the main reception. The route from the reception is level.
Staff: Languages spoken
The staff will help guests by bringing food from the restaurant to their table, helping with payment at the bar or reception and showing guests to their room. The staff speak a wide range of languages including Spanish, Italian, Polish, French, Lithuanian and Portuguese.