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    Gypsy Rose Rock and Blues Bar, Dublin -

    Live music every night. Always pouring Guinness, Leffe Blonde, Staropramen, Becks, Bulmers, Caledonia Smooth, Hoegarden, Tennents, Stella, Heverlee and all your favorite mixed drinks and shots. Entry into the bar is on the level and poses no real issues. Inside it is a narrow bar, but has sufficient room to move around in and has […]

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    The Duke of York, Belfast -

    Nestled along a narrow cobbled alleyway in the historic Half Bap area, the Duke offers a traditional Belfast welcome of craic, music and humour in contrast to the modern fashionable establishments currently blowing into the surrounding streets. Unfortunately the alleyway is cobbled, which makes it very difficult for people in wheelchairs and with mobility problems […]

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    Old Bushmills Distillery, Bushmills -

    Old Bushmills Distillery is located on the beautiful north coast in Co. Antrim. It is home to the Irish Whiskey, Bushmills Whiskey. On arriving at the distillery tour, there was ample disabled parking beside the ramped walk way down to the reception area. It was well laid out and had a good surface for wheelchairs. […]

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    The Castlecourt Hotel, Westport -

    The Castlecourt Hotel is situated in Co. Mayo’s popular tourist village Westport. There is a good access at the front of the hotel into the lobby and excellent disabled parking facilities and access at the rear of the hotel. The hotel is a very spacious and open hotel, with lots of good access for disabled […]

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    Daly's Bar, Omagh -

    Daly’s Bar is located at the top of High Street in Omagh, beside the Courthouse. There is a small step into the bar, which creates problems with people in wheelchairs to get over. With assistance, it does not cause too much problems, however there is another door within and it can be a tight squeeze […]

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    Vicar Street, Dublin -

    Vicar Street is a well-known music and comedy venue in Dublin. It is not possible to access the venue from the main entrance. However, the door staff provide help by taking disabled clientele to an alternative, wheelchair friendly accessible point. This access takes you into the main bar area, without having to go via any […]

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    Maldron Hotel Cardiff Lane, Dublin -

    The Maldron Cardiff Lane Hotel in Dublin is located in Sir John Rogerson’s Quay. There is a disabled parking bay located right outside the hotel’s main access point, which can be parked on 24/7 by people staying in the hotel. Take note, there is just the one bay, so the space could be taken. There […]

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    Malone Lodge Hotel, Belfast -

    The Malone Lodge Hotel is a 4-Star hotel on the Malone Road in Belfast. There is good access into the hotel from the main road, via a good sized ramp and automatic doors. Once inside the hotel, the lobby is large and spacious, with a lowered section at the reception desk. The corridors and doors […]

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    The Playhouse, Derry -

    The Playhouse comprises of a 175 Seat Theatre, an extensive Education and Outreach Department, a Dance Studio, the Source Arts Resource Centre, a gallery and is home to several cultural/art based groups and tenants. The Playhouse filled (and continues to fill) a large gap in the provision of the arts in the North West. It […]

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    Necarne Arms, Irvinestown -

    Necarne Arms is an award winner pub in Irvinestown. It is very wheelchair friendly, with easily access to the premises. The doors are light, so there isn’t much difficulty in opening them. Once in the pub, there is plenty of floor space to maneuver and plenty of lighting, so easy to see where you are […]