Car Park and Drop Off
The Bartons Arms pub has its own car park which is situated behind the pub just off Potters Lane. This car park is for the sole use of patrons. There is step free access along Potters Lane and a stepped route from the car park to the entrances on the High Street.
Access at Entrance
The Bartons Arms pub has 3 entrances, 2 of which are located on the High Street and one on Potters Lane. There is no level access into the pub from these entrances. The restaurant entrance has a portable ramp from the entrance lobby into the pub itself. All doors leading into the pub are wide enough for wheelchair access.
The bar is horse shoe in shape and has a good colour contrast with its surroundings. The lighting levels within the bar are suitable. There is plenty of seating and tables available for customers. The tables are of a suitable height to allow a wheelchair user to pull up to the table without the need to transfer to a seat.
The Bartons Arms pub has a large function room that is available for hire, it can seat up to 80 guests or 120 if no seating is required. This is located on the first floor. The function room has its own bar and dance floor as well as a large television screen which can be used to view major sporting events etc. There is no step free access to the function room as the first floor is served by stairs only. In addition to the function room the venue also has a meeting room which can easily seat 22 delegates, this is also situated on the first floor so there is no step free access. The venue has a restaurant/dining area available which is located on the ground floor at the rear of the pub. The restaurant serves authentic Thai cuisine and offers a good variety of dishes, which may be accompanied by award-winning ales and fine wines.
Access to All Areas
There is plenty of room within the pub to allow wheelchair users to move around with ease. There is however, a set of steps that divides the bar and restaurant area. Wheelchair users can enter the restaurant via the restaurant entrance by means of a temporary ramp.
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