Within practical limits, The Caladh Inn is committed to making all facilities available to all people, regardless of permanent or temporary disability, both for the convenience of our guests and for compliance with current legislation.
Accessible hotels – Stornoway Isle of Lewis.
Reception is on the ground floor, which is accessed directly from a fairly level car park via an outward opening door to the side of our revolving doors. The bar-restaurant and disabled toilet facilities are on the lower-ground floor, accessible via chair-lift to wheelchair users and other who are unable to descend/ascend a short set of stairs.
A lift from the reception area is provided to bedroom floors, lounge and and function rooms.
All function rooms and the lounge, situated on the first floor, are accessible to wheelchair users. Toilet facilities are provided on the first floor for function room guests, but these may not be suitable for all guests needs – on such occasion, guest are welcome to use the accessible toilets on the lower-ground floor and we will be happy to assist if requested.
At the present time, no bedrooms have been adapted specifically for guests with limited mobility. Some rooms may accessible to wheelchair users, dependent upon their level of disability, please ask.
Guide dogs and hearing dogs are welcome in their owners’ accommodation and all public areas. Braille signage and hearing loops are not yet generally provided, though the lift does have tactile buttons and audible information.
Facilities available will be continuously reviewed and new facilities introduced where necessary, practical and possible.
Please feel welcome to discuss your specific requirements with our reception staff.
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