Access Statement

Additional information on this classification scheme is available from VisitWales. 
Self-assessed Accessibility Information 
Self-assessed Accessibility Information provides a list of available facilities and services, highlighted as being of key importance by disabled people. Along with Access Statements, which provide a fuller written description of accessibility, it can help people with access needs make an informed choice as to whether accommodation, attractions, food & drink or shopping establishments meet their needs. 
Self-assessed accessibility details 
Surface of the car park and pathway leading to entrance is 
Solid ie tarmac / concrete etc 
Drop-off point for guests outside entrance 
Route from the parking area to the entrance: 
Has steps and no ramp 
Steps to the main entrance 

Number of steps to entrance 
Entrance well lit 
Bell at main entrance 
Public Areas 
Level access (no steps/thresholds) or access by ramp or lift to: 
Entrance to reception 
Good contrast between the floor and wall 
Clear surfaces such as glass doors have contrast markings 
Level access (no steps/thresholds) or access by ramp or lift 
Good contrast between the floor and walls 
Meals for guests with special dietary requirements can be provided: 
Sugar free (diabetic) 
Bedroom furniture can be re-arranged if requested by guest 
Bedroom with non-allergenic bedding available 
Bathrooms available with: 
Separate shower unit 
Bath with shower 
Proprietors/staff available 24-hours 
Emergency evacuation procedures for guests with disabilities 
Min-Y-Don is located on the promenade. There are three steps to the terrace and a further step up to the front door. There are no ground floor bedrooms at present. All bedrooms are on first floor with approximately 16 steps/stairs.