Costa Coffee, Blackpool Retail Park

We went for a cuppa yesterday and as usual the teas/coffees and service were excellent. Absolutely no difficulty with accessing the building. The toilet was also accessible and for those who read a previous blog I was able to close the door from the inside. Privacy is good. The only problem was the emergency pull cord was 5 feet off the ground and therefore not really useful if you are on the floor in distress. I mentioned it to the team leader on duty. There are a number of designated parking spaces nearby. 

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