This is the continuing tale of the displaced tea clubbers. Since the January floods Vincent and I have tried a number of different cafes because our old haunts are not yet fully operational. It seems to be taking an awful long time to complete the work but in any event it’s an ill wind that blows no good and a number of cafes have benefitted from the demise of Nash 19 and Clancy’s. Vincent and I have also benefitted from the flood as we were in danger of getting institutionalised and have broadened our horizons. We still meet on a Thursday morning but we have now tried a number of alternative venues. This morning it was the turn of Wildways, Princes St., Cork. Check out their website www.wildways.net
The entrance doorway is a standard door and thus not wheelchair friendly but there is also a step which makes it even less friendly. Having said that it is accessible to People with Reduced Mobility (PRM) with a little care. There is a spacious toilet to the rear of the restaurant which could be wheelchair friendly if the wheelchair could get in initially. There are no grab rails in the toilet making use by PRM more difficult. Access to the toilet area is restricted by the limited circulation space in that portion of the premises. Public parking is available nearby.
I couldn’t fault the tea and scone that I had the other day. It was a bit of a struggle but worth it and I will certainly be going back.
My Disabled Accessibility Score 1 out of 5