The Wilton, Cork

The Wilton

We popped out to Wilton Shopping Center earlier today and decided to visit a local hostelry for a sandwich as it was lunch time. The Wilton is very accessible with the appropriate ramped entrance and internal ramp also. Click here. The Beef Bap with chips was perfectly enjoyable as was the company of Elaine and Henry and Mairéad (home from London for the weekend). The wheelchair accessible toilet was not signed and was not accessible. It was inside the gents washroom but try as I might I could not get the door to close when the wheelchair was inside. A staff member was near by and I demonstrated the impossibility of the task. The solution is the usual inexpensive one, that is to change the door to outward opening. I hope management will take this constructive criticism on board.

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  1. It’s great you spoke up for the sake of all who go there after you.

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