The Owl and the Pussycat

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.

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