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Roly's Bistro Questions & Answers

Upton Bishop, United Kingdom

Are you wheelchair accessible?

over a year ago Answer

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Cork
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Yes there is wheelchair access . But I can't say anymore than that.

over a year ago
Castlebar, Co Mayo
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I'm afraid we ate on the upper level which I feel, even if they did have a lift, the area upstairs is actually quite tight. We didn't have an opportunity to view the lower area as the restaurant was very busy the day of our meal. I see a number of visitors are more informed so enjoy when you get there:)

over a year ago
Dublin, Ireland
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Yes, I have been there several times and it has wheelchair accessibility. Just mention it when you are booking so you will get a table on the ground floor. Enjoy!

over a year ago
Dublin, Ireland
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This place has two levels - one of the ground floor and one up stairs. I don't think they have a lift, but am pretty sure the ground level is wheelchair friendly, and would be pretty surprised if they are not. (can't be positive though - sorry)

over a year ago
Dublin, Ireland
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Downstairs is. Lisa O'Toole is the manager downstairs, ring her (tell her Don sent you), and she will accomodate you in every way possible. Enjoy both your meal and visit.

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Don

over a year ago
Enniskerry Wicklow
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Certainly there is a small restaurant and cafe downstairs which would be wheelchair accesible but like your other reviewers I do not know if either of these is open in the evening. A short phonecall to Rolys will clarify the situation.

over a year ago
Dublin, Ireland
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Downstairs is and it is open at night, check directly to confirm whether they may be able to accommodate you upstairs ...

Cathal

over a year ago
Dublin, Ireland
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Upstairs is a bit more formal and elegant. I dont think it is wheelchair accessible

over a year ago
Dublin, Ireland
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Yes It is wheelchair friendly downstairs and it is open all day.

Anna

over a year ago
Dublin, Ireland
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Downstairs is but I'm not sure if it opens in the evenings im sure they would accommodate you if you rang them beforehand.

over a year ago
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There are restaurant facilities down stairs but I am not sure if they are open every night. It is best to contact them directly with that question. Sorry I can't help further.

over a year ago
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