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My wife has limited mobility using her walking stick in the hotel, she is concerned of getting around.

over a year ago Answer

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Hello to everyone and thank you all for your replies to our concern over my wifes limitations with her mobility. we are filled with confidence now to make a booking at the Tynedale Hotel.John Y.

over a year ago
Preston, United Kingdom
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Hi don't worry this is accesible ramps into the hotel. A lift can take you down to the dining room and up to your bedrooms. The staff are fantastic and will do anything they can to help.I have seen a lot of people with both sticks and mobile scooters and it is never a problem. .THe hotelis on the seafront where it is very flat and provides eay access along the front and the main street. Relax and don,t worry Nathan and his staff will ensure you have a wonderful time, it is the best hotel in llandudno without a doubt.

over a year ago
wales
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Hello to you both. As both my wife and myself are both very mobile at this moment in life I have no first hand knowledge of the degree of difficulty but have witnessed many clients at the Tyndale who bring their mobility scooters etc. The hotel is serviced with a lift system and knowing the quality and helpfulness of the Tyndale staff and owners -they would only be to pleased to help with advice on suitable rooms. There is a good wheelchair/scooter entrance to the front of the hotel and ground level rooms are available. hope this is of some help-you will certainly enjoy this wonderful hotel.

Best Wishes- Alwyn.

over a year ago
Burton, United Kingdom
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There is a small lift that serves all floors, but there can be a bit of a delay at meal times only. However the staff are all friendly and nothing is too much trouble for them, so should not be a problem. All the lounge and bar areas have good easy access and there is a long gradual slope at the entrance from the pavement. A GREAT HOTEL which you should enjoy.

over a year ago
Blackpool, United Kingdom
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I can only confirm the previous remarks, your wife will have no problem whatsoever getting about the hotel. The lift is an old one and therefore is only small, I think the maximum is 4 or 5 people, and yes sometimes at meal times you do have to wait a few minutes, for it, but this is no problem. The staff are all only too pleased to help you with anything. You will really enjoy this Hotel.

over a year ago
Birmingham, United Kingdom
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You will have no problems visiting this hotel. The staff are on hand and will always help you if needed. It is a great hotel and you should just enjoy your stay

over a year ago
Lancashire
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The lift serves the first floor as well as all other floors and the dining room. We always have a large, first floor room and always use the stairs but the lift is available as well for transporting luggage etc. or for those with mobility issues. Your other answer is correct in saying the staff are always on hand and are most helpful should you have any problems. The public rooms are spacious and easily accessible and we have seen many less mobile guests negotiate the hotel easily. I believe there are ground floor flats available as well. I am sure you will enjoy your stay at The Tynedale.

over a year ago
Gateshead, United Kingdom
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Hi, there is a lift to all floors, including the dining area downstairs.

It is an old one and can get busy at meal times, but does the job.

The bar and lounge areas are all on one level and there is a slight slope to the entrance ( no stairs) and the outdoor seating area.

The only stairs, with no lift access, are the ones behind reception in the new part.

There are 3 steps down, then about 10 up to 1st floor, but I think all the upstairs rooms on this bit, are the single rooms.

I'm not sure if they are all singles on the lower floor, but it is flat when you get past the 3 stairs from reception.

It is a excellent hotel and the staff will do anything to help you.

Hope this helps and enjoy your stay.

over a year ago
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