Accessible Hotel Rooms in Plymouth
Plymouth is the ideal location for people with disabilities, reduced mobility and those using wheelchairs. Our accessible rooms and disabled access offer a comfortable stay with various accessories to accommodate different needs. If you're looking for an accessible hotel, check out Future Inn Plymouth.
Plymouth is accessible to all visitors, and there's plenty to explore. There's a varied selection of disabled-friendly places to stay, suitable for wheelchair users and those with limited mobility.
Plymouth has also been praised for its accessible blue badge parking, having almost double the national average of other English cities. There are also dementia parking bays, and Plymouth Council is looking to expand support to hidden disabilities.
Let's start with your arrival. The car park is large and flat, with limited blue badge parking in front of the hotel. However, there are 172 parking spaces in total. Getting into the building is easy, as there are no steps or ramps to compete with. Once in the building, there are lifts to all the floors. These are large, and the wide corridors allow you to navigate easily.
There are two types of accessible bedrooms to choose from. A double room with an option to add a sofa bed or a twin room with two large Queen sized beds. Within the room, you can expect ample turning spaces. Rooms also have everything you would expect when booking accessible hotel rooms at an exceptional value for money. With tea and coffee making facilities, a flat-screen TV, free WiFi and free parking.
There's also a complimentary robe and slippers in your room, plus home away from home services like our guest laundry room, ice buckets, and ice machine, which you can help yourself to. There is also free entry to our small exercise room. 24-hour room service is also available.
The private bathroom has walk-in showers with grab rails and an emergency cord. The sink, towel rail and shelving have been lowered. Here you'll find complimentary toiletries and space to keep your things within easy reach.
Accessible Bedrooms at Future Inn Plymouth
Future Inns is one of the best hotels in Plymouth for disabled travellers. With a consistently high customer rating and reviews. The team were also given 9/10 for accessibility and customer service by the Disabled Reviewers.
Check availability and book direct for the best rates guaranteed, with rooms from £67 per room per night, with room only and breakfast options.
Accessible accommodation can be booked online or with our Reservations Team on 01752 701000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We know flexibility is important now more than ever, so we've changed our rates to give our guests more choice. We've got you covered with super flexible hotel rates offering free cancellation and semi-flexible rates offering great value stays with plenty of options.
For additional benefits, you can join the Future Inns hotel loyalty program. For every £1 you spend on accommodation, you earn 1 reward point. Plus, get double points when you dine in the restaurant. Points can then be used to upgrade your bedroom to a suite or a free night's stay. You also get a complimentary drink voucher to redeem in the bar every time you stay and a member's discount rate. It's also completely free to join!
Things to do in Plymouth
Plymouth, for the most part, is accessible for wheelchair users. Because of its size, it's easy to get around. Plymouth city centre and Plymouth Hoe is pedestrianised. The public transport network includes accessible buses and trains. Some of the Citybus routes offer low-level access.
You'll find well-known high street brands and large shopping centres such as Drake Circus. You can sample local produce, rummage through unique crafts and immerse yourself in the quirkiness of small businesses. Shopmobility scooters and wheelchairs are available to hire around Plymouth City Centre.
Plymouth is rich in history and culture. You can explore the National Marine Aquarium, Mayflower Museum, Plymouth Gin or see a show in the Plymouth Pavilions. As well as some nearby National Trust properties. All venues are accessible.
Boat trips are also on the cards. Get out on the water on cruise vessels; the 'Spirit of Plymouth' and 'Plymouth Venturer' are wheelchair accessible. Plus, have disabled access toilets. The Plymouth Land Train is a great way to look around the city for visitors with mobility issues. The tour informs you of how the city has changed through the ages and includes the iconic Guildhall, the Barbican, Smeaton's Tower and West Hoe Fun Park.
Foodies will love Plymouth. You can enjoy restaurants, cafes, fast food and street food. Local delicacies include Devon blue cheese, Plymouth gin, fresh fish caught at The Barbican, English muffins and clotted cream.
Fishbone Restaurant at Future Inns serves British food. Throughout the menu, the mouth-watering dishes use local fresh ingredients and produce. Try the red wine poached pear with Devon blue cheese, candied walnuts and port syrup (v) (gf) to start, and the local catch of the day in our light beer batter served with mushy peas, chunky chips and tartare sauce for the main meal.
The open-plan restaurant is on the ground floor, so no ramps or alternative routes are needed. There is booth seating and tables where a chair can be easily removed for a wheelchair. Free parking and blue badge parking can be found directly in front of the restaurant. Admittedly there is no accessible toilet in the restaurant; however, there is one in the conference corridor next to the other bathrooms. This is a short distance away.
On the menu in Fishbone Restaurant