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Legless In The Country: Linn Fashion and Gifts, Visitor Centre, Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare

Linn Fashion and Gifts
Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare (behind Spar)
linnfashionireland.com

As well as a tourist information point, Linn Fashion and Gifts has a surprisingly varied collection of, you’ve guessed it, fashion and gifts.

What has it got?

Seating: No seats in here but if you want a bit of a lean or a perch, there’s a grand wall out front.
Doors: The door is normally kept open here but it fits a wheelchair.
Ground: A fine display of wooden panelling going on in here.
Stairs: There are a couple of steps in but there is a ramp beside it too.
Bathrooms: There is no bathroom here but it’s just across the way from Spar’s bathrooms which are big enough for a wheelchair.
Spaciousness: It can be a little bit tight between all of the display units but with some parallel parking and three-point turning, you will get to see everything.
Helpfulness of Staff: Geraldine Linnane runs this shop and she is the woman to talk to for tourist information. She is very helpful and if you need anything else, simply ask.
Parking: There is wheelchair parking available at the entrance of the shop.
Rating: 9.5
 
Why did it lose points? Linn Fashion and Gifts lost half a point because it can be a little bit tight between all the display units and shelves. All in all, it has everything else in place in terms of access.

About the author

Louise Bruton

Reviewing Dublin, step by step, in terms of wheelchair accessibility. Freelance journalist and pop culture enthusiast.

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