Entering The red lion was like entering your very own second home from home. Furthermore, warmth of the place envelopes you and so does the charm of the place. Also, the food is delicious and there is a huge range to suit all members of your family including your picky grandmother or grandfather. In addition, my guide dog believes that the doggy food menu whilst yummy could do with expanding. However, I believe that this is simply because she is a dog and therefor greedy. Last time she was given doggy black pudding warm in a tiny tinny skillet. The red lion has an array of different seating arrangements to choose from. From hard wood dinning chairs to soft armchairs with a table to eat from.
On the other hand, bar is situated straight in front of you as you walk in. The bar is a dark wood, and the floor is carpeted. There is a separate seating area for those with dogs and children to those without. The Red lion is a bed and breakfast at the weekend. I imagine it to be lovely friendly place to go. The noise of the place depends upon its popularity. The most fabulous aspect of the place is that it is situated right by a bus stop. There is a good car park for those that can drive. If you were to choose to visit the red lion you would be welcomed with a warm atmospheria inviting smiles
Accessibility at the red lion
Whilst there is a step into the main entrance there is a second entrance for those who use wheelchairs. Most of the flooring is on the flat. There is an accessible toilet. The pub does have babby changing facilities as well as highchairs to use. The pub does have Wi-Fi that all customers can use. Whilst there is no braille or large print menu the staff are happy to support in any way they can. Again, although the staff are not specifically trained to work with those who are neurologically diverse, they are happy to help in any way they can.