The Brook Inn

Being such a lovely day yesterday and Jean just having finished her allotted night duty for the week we went out to lunch. Jean’s choice was the Brook Inn, Sallybrook. Click HERE for their website. There is roadside parking available and also a car park to the rear. The front entrance is well ramped and accessible. We chose an outside table as it seemed such a shame to eat indoors on such a fine day. The food was perfect and the service was both attentive and friendly. Full marks for both.

I was aware from a previous visit that the wheelchair accessible toilet was not the best and had made staff aware of my concerns. This time the light was not working and I still could not get my wheelchair in. I left the wheelchair at the door and the door a little sliver open to allow some light in but privacy is good in delicate situations. I made two staff members aware of the issues and that the resolution to getting the wheelchair in was to change the door to outward opening. I couldn’t make a recommendation on the darkness as I didn’t know whether it was simply a bulb problem or something more serious. Disabled Accessibility Scale Rating 2 from 5

I will make a return visit at some stage and will reassess the rating.

Advertisements
Categories: Cork | Tags: , , , , | Leave a comment

Post navigation

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.

anansi2050

Deep Thoughts and Ideas

@ODCoalition

Improve Access to Ontario Health Services

Caitlin Jean Russell

Travel Tips, Photographs and Experiences

Ireland, Multiple Sclerosis & Me

Potholed brain, kickass mind!

Dinosaurs, Donkeys and MS

My life: teaching, acting and living with MS

Multiple experienceS

a day in the life with multiple sclerosis

Tripping Through Treacle

Stumbling my way through life with Multiple Sclerosis

mummy2boys

Single mummy to boys with MS

BizViz Net

Welcome to the Biz Viz Network, an on-line community for blind and VI business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs

playlifeoutloud

one day it'll all make sense.

Two Rooms Plus Utilities

Written from the heart, this is the unadulterated truth of live with multiple chronic illnesses and being housebound. My life open for you to follow. Please join me

dreaming the questions

Am I a bird that skims the clouds along, or am I a wild storm or a great song? - R.M. Rilke

BBHwithMS

Inappropriate MMJ Momma - Living With Multiple Sclerosis and Finding The Reasons to Laugh and Smile

MSnubutterflies

My Walk..........Living With MS

Ashley's Life with Multiple Sclerosis

"Through every dark night, there is a brighter day." -Tupac

Tripility

Tripility is a user driven travel resource, giving disabled people, those with dietary requirements or families of children the informed choice for their trip.

%d bloggers like this: