Due to the fact I live 90 miles from my specialist hospital and also they had booked me appointment at 0920 I certainly did not fancy a travel on the famous A12/M25 in morning rush hour for this appointment.
So I booked in as it was close to my hospital.
But if you have an Assistance Dog/Guide Dog then I suggest with very good reason to explain that to the Inn/Hotel as though their Head Office have issued to all their In/Hotel a policy on working dogs and their entry is seems sadly staff enturp their own version of the rules. So to avoid conflict area telephone the Inn/Hotel.
Also ask about Fire Policy as I was placed on the first floor of this Inn with a power chair and Assistance Dog and had to use a lift which in the event of a fire is a NO NO so again telephone the Inn/Hotel and say what is your policy
The room was clean and tidy and neat
No Inn has a wet room only baths with low sides which means for myself I cannot use in any way.
One other gripe was the fact from the side of my bed to the bedside cabinet was very large gap which meant stretching which I certainly cannot do so I use the deck (floor) to place my items on
I would recommend one to three nights stay there but again if your disabled then so check
I shall never but never forget one memeber of staff who when I landed in the early hours of the morning and my wheelchair had been taken stupidly to the fragile section helped us to not only find it but stayed with us untill we got on a bus to get back to our car, Yet he was going off duty WELL DONE
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