practical or possible, the Caladh Inn is committed to making all
facilities available to all people, regardless of permanent or
temporary impairment or disability, both for the convenience of our
guests and for compliance with current legislation.
the diversity of peoples' needs, it is difficult to always be aware of
all practicalities in respect of equal access. We welcome
feedback from our guests and will be very happy to receive constructive
suggestions about areas in which we can improve.
access requirements that are not described here, please feel welcome to
contact us , as we will try to help whenever possible.
to the property
Although the hotel was
built in the
1970s, some facilities were constructed in a manner which made them
reasonably accessible for all. We have completed a number of
alterations in recent years, which have further improved accessibility
issues, particularly for wheelchair users.
Three parking spaces have
for disabled use. Access to the hotel reception from two of
spaces is entirely level, other than a fairly easy ramp to kerb
level. Access from the third reserved space is up a very
For wheelchair and other
mobility or luggage make use of the revolving door difficult, an
adjacent outward opening door of good width is
The reception area is hard floored and a wheelchair lift is provided to
accommodate a change of level (approx. 1.5 metres) to the restaurant.
The hard surfaced
restaurant floor is
entirely flat. Most, but not all, types of wheel chair (that
have practical experience of) have been found to fit acceptably to most
of the dining tables. Disabled toilet facilities are provided
A passenger lift is
provided from the
reception area to access function suites (on the first floor) and guest
accommodation, which is all situated on the first and second floors.
The access width of the lift doors is 790mm. Public areas of
first and second floors are smooth carpeted. Wide access
(1000mm) are provided to all function rooms. Toilets with standard
width doors (without specific disabled facilities and may be difficult
to access by wheelchair) are provided close to function
Wheelchair users may prefer to use the lifts to access disabled toilets
in the restaurant.
Other than a small area of
the Tonga bar, function suites are all level floored, with flush
thresholds on doors.
There is direct level
access to all
bedrooms from the passenger lift. No rooms have been
specifically for disabled use, but a number have en-suite bathrooms
large enough to accommodate a wheelchair - please ask our receptionist
for more information about suitability for your requirements.
Guide dogs and hearing
dogs are welcome in their owners' accommodation and all public areas.
Braille signage and
hearing loops are not yet provided.
Facilities available will
be continuously reviewed and new facilites introduced where necessary,
practical and possible.
We are commited
to giving people with disabilities equal access to websites and online
content. Thi site has been designed with accessiblity in mind and we
believe it will comply with equal access requirements. For
example, all text may be adjusted in size, all relevant images and
links are provided with alternative descriptions and the coding has
been checked for conformance to appropriate standards.
to hotel overview page
As the BBC have done such an excellent job of providing guidance for
users who wish to adjust the way a site is displayed to them, probably
much better than we could do, this
link which will open their accessibility guide (into a new window)
is provided to assist you.