Accessibility at the Pandora Inn
Within the restraints of this ancient grade II listed building, we try to ensure that the Pandora Inn is as accessible as possible.
The Pandora is an old building with small windows and changes in levels inside. All changes in level, steps and stairs are clearly marked at floor level and with caution notices at eye level.
Disability awareness forms part of our staff induction training and staff are encouraged to provide assistance to customers with differing mobility requirements.
We have printed copies of our menu and wine list in large format and in Braille and our staff are trained to read out these, and the specials board, to those requiring assistance. Our core menu is also printed in versions that incorporate the dietary needs of customers including gluten free, dairy free and vegetarian.
A wheelchair accessible toilet is provided on the ground floor with an alarm facility and a blue badge parking bay is located by the rear, double door width entrance.
During the busiest times of the year, parking can be difficult as our car park fills up really quickly. If you can’t find a parking space we suggest that, if possible, you drop your passengers off at the pub and then drive back up the hill and park where it is safe and legal to do so. Alternatively, if you are able, you can park (for free) at Mylor Bridge and enjoy a delightful walk to the Pandora. We have various suggested walking routes, click here.