This access statement does not contain personal opinions as to our suitability for those with differing access needs but aims to accurately describe the facilities and services that we offer all our guests/visitors.Introduction
For breakfast, where possible, we use locally sourced ingredients and cater for varying dietary requirements. We are more than willing to obtain gluten and dairy free products in advance of your stay, and it helps if you can advise of any special needs at the time of booking.
For full details and maps of how to reach us please see the directions section of our website. Alternatively, you can plan your journey by car or public transport using https://www.google.co.uk/maps/dir/simply enter your postcode and ours, which is PE25 2UB to get directions.
The nearest railway station is Skegness, which is 0.6 miles (12-minute walk). Taxis are available at the station. If you require an accessible taxi this can be booked in advance, see contact information for details.
The nearest bus stop is 160m (2-minute walk)from The Quorn and is situated outside the County Hotel. There is no shelter or seating. All buses can accommodate one wheelchair.
The pavement on the street leading to The Quorn is paved.
There is a local company which supplies accessibility equipment that can be purchased or hired, see contact information for details.
Breakfast Menu can be provided in advance if required.
This Access Statement is available in larger print on request.
Car Parking and Arrival
There are 8 parking spaces in the car park to the rear of The Quorn approximately 30m from the front door. We do not charge for car parking and it is available on a first come first served basis. If you do park on the car park you are asked to leave a set of car keys with reception when you check in and these are locked away in a key safe and you can request them at any time.
On street parking is available, this can be busy during the day from 8am, but spaces are usually available after 4pm, please speak with reception who can direct you to these areas. Always check the parking signs as restrictions can change. There is street lighting. We can also recommend pay and display parking which is free for the first 2 hours and free from 6pm to 8am.
The main double front door is a through a level entry split patio door, the full opening is 1350mm/53.5ins wide.
The inner double door is a split patio door 1020mm/40.2ins wide, but there is one step 153mm/6ins from the hall to the main reception area on the ground floor.
Guests can be welcomed at reception via the front door (with one external steps), leads straight to the Reception area.
There is a small unisex toilet with one hand basin and hand towel dispenser located in the reception area underneath the stairs.
First Floor - There are two bedrooms with twin beds, one bedroom has a ¾ bed and is usually used as a single but could be used as a small double, there are three double rooms (one sea view), two family rooms with a double and a single bed (one sea view), and one sea view family room with one double bed and two single beds. The first floor rooms can be reached by stairs or the lift.
Second Floor - There is one bedroom with twin beds, three single bedrooms two of which have standard single beds and one has a double bed so could also be used as a small double, there are three double rooms (one sea view), two family rooms with a double and a single bed (one sea view), and one sea view family room with one double bed and two single beds. The second floor rooms can be reached by stairs or the lift.
Third Floor -All the rooms on the third floor have a sea view. There is one bedroom with a king size bed and a single bed this room has a large bathroom, there is one double room, and there is a room with a double bed and a single bed, this room has a dividing wall with the double in the main part and the single separate. The third floor rooms can be reached by the lift to the second floor and a flight of 13 stairs.
The doors to all the bedrooms are approx. 710mm/28ins wide.
The average height of all the beds from the top of the mattress to the floor is 635mm/25ins.
Rooms are bright and evenly lit. Bedside lamps or overhead spot lights are in each room.
All our bedrooms offer the following: Lighting as above, good colour contrast between the floor, walls and doors, medium pile carpet, all bedding is non-feather, digital tv/dvd with remote control, subtitles, and audio description facilities.
Shower Rooms & Toilets (ensuite)
All rooms have en-suite Shower on average measuring from 735mm/29ins x 735mm/29ins up to 800mm/31.5ins x 762mm/30ins.
The average toilet height is 430mm/17ins.
The average wash basin height is 800mm/31.5ins.
Well-lit with overhead lights and a fluorescent light over mirror.
Good colour contrast between the doors, floor and walls.
All rooms fitted with lino and a non-slip mat for the shower is available if required.
The doors to the bathrooms are 660mm/26ins wide.
Public Areas - Halls, Stairs, Landings, Corridors
All public areas, halls, stairs, landing, are well lit using ceiling lights.
There is medium pile carpet on the stairs, hall and landing.
First Floor –there are 16 steps (4 then a small square area followed by another 12) to the first floor landing
Public Areas - Lounge
The guest lounge is situated on the ground floor. The archway opening to the Lounge is 1170mm/46ins wide.
Public Areas - BarThere is a small bar area where drinks can be served between 12.00 and 14.00 and then 17.30 onwards. This room is located off the lounge area behind concertina doors
Dining RoomThe dining room
We have a set of evacuation procedures -please advise reception on arrival if you would need someone to come to your room and assist you with evacuation.
We welcome trained assistance dogs. A water bowl can be available outside the front door for assistance dogs and can be supplied for bedrooms where necessary.
The nearest District &General Hospital which hasanUrgent Care Centre is 0.7 miles away and the nearest Doctor’s surgery is 1.5 miles away. Please let us know if you require further information about these.
We can offer a list of nearby attractions and suggested places to eat.
The Quorn is 100% Non-Smoking
The Quorn has a no pet policy (Except trained assistance dogs).
Local Public Transport:
Trains: Skegness Train Station, PE25 3QN - Tel: 0845 712 5678
The Station isabout 0.6 miles/12-minutewalk from The Quorn. The area in and around the station is all level.
Buses: Skegness Bus Station, Richmond Drive, Skegness PE25 3PG - Tel:0345 6050605
The Bus Station is about 0.7 miles/14-minute walk from The Quorn
Wheelchair Access Taxi: Ambassador Taxis 01754 765959
CallConnect is a public bus service that operates in response to pre-booked requests. Registration is free but you must be a member to book a journey. You can then use the service for any reason and as frequently as required. Passengers with a disability or those living in more isolated locations can be picked up and returned to their home address, if it is safe and practical to do so.
For more information telephone 0345 2343344.
Bus operating times: Monday to Friday 7.00am to 7.00pm and Saturday 7.30am to 6.30pm
Local Equipment Hire:
There is a mobility shop in the town that sells and hires equipment (approx.10min walk)
Seacroft Mobility 01754 762916
Our Contact Information
Address: The Quorn Hotel, 11 North Parade, Skegness, Lincolnshire PE25 2UB
Telephone: 01754 763508
We are open from the beginning of March until the 2nd January and our managers live on the premises and someone is always available for ease of contact for our guests.
We welcome feedback to help us continuously improve our establishment and the quality of service we offer to our guests. If you have any comments or suggestions, please contact us by phone or e-mail.
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