Newton Abbot Library
This cafe is on the ground floor at the back of the library. It has recently opened as ‘The Owl and the Pussycat’ – previously it was ‘The Country Table’.
Seating inside and out.
The ratings are based on a score of 1 to 3, where 1 is the best and 3 the worst.
Level access – through the library. Flat if coming from Sherborne Road or Asda – a slope if you are coming up Bank street.
The order point is easy to access and is at an ideal height- there is a cake cabinet at the order point which is at a great height for viewing.
Moving around the outer tables is quite easy. Though the inner ones could be a problem if you are in a wheelchair.
The floor is tiled, so easy to push on in the cafe and coming through the library.
Most tables are at a good height. Though there are a few low ones.
There is a wheelchair accessible toilet located in the cafe.
For someone who walks around: 1
Wheelchair user with an enabler: 1
Wheelchair users only: 1 as long as an outer table is available.
Ian Luff, Proprietor, Luffs cafe - Newton Abbot
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