Category: Accessible Toilet

Places which have a purpose-built accessible toilet.

An accessible toilet is one which is large enough to get a wheelchair into, and has grab rails, a low sink, etc. There must also be step-free access to it.

If you happen to notice that the accessible toilet is RADAR-locked, this is worth noting in the review. RADAR locks look like this.

If there seems to be a loo with the relevant "disabled" sign on it, then the place can go into this category (if it's present but unusable then it's generally possible to get the proprietor to sort it out, but if it's not present then there's no chance of this), but do note in the review whether you checked it personally or not.

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