We’ve received two notifications of places that are accessible and stylish!……………
Laylow is the latest ‘lit’, celeb hang out, in London. Located in the shadow of the brutalist tower block of the Trellick Tower they describe themselves as,
‘A bolthole for creatives, Laylow is where music and food meet exceptional design. Housed in a former drinking den – and formerly a bordello ‘.
It has a fully accessible restaurant, ‘Chez Rowley’ run by the chef at the superb but now defunct fish restaurant, kensington Place, amongst other great restaurants. Rowley Leigh, is known as “one of the founding fathers of Modern British cooking”? Now 73 he has taken up residence at Laylow.
We haven’t been yet but it looks interesting and they say,
‘Yes our restaurant has access for wheelchair and disabled toilet .’
The Bull in Burford has partnered with Laylow and by the looks of it they are a similar trendy hang out in Burford near Oxford. The Bull say,
‘We have one fully accessible room here at Bull. Full wet room and grab rails and pull cords within both the bedroom itself and in the bathroom also.’
Why not say this on the website and no images provided of the room. Facilities for hearing, visually or cognitively impaired are also elusive (I’ve asked the question and awaiting a response!).
They both get an unaudited 2.5 BBS Ticks