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Wheelchair Accessibility Comments

  • I stayed hear in 2016 and had a very nice wheelchair accessible room.
  • The room was modest and cozy as well as very spacious, and the bathroom was huge.
  • I stayed in the guest room without the roll-in shower. There was  a tub shower and a plastic removable chair was available in the corner. Lots of extra counter counter space.
  • Island Country Inn is a small, older inn but quite nice and fully wheelchair accessible.
  • It’s best to have a vehicle on Bainbridge Island and drive to this hotel if you’re in a wheelchair.
  • 2 wheelchair accessible rooms; 1 roll-in shower.
  • No full service restaurant or bar or hot breakfast; free continental breakfast only.
  • Small outdoor accessible pool;  No ADA lift into pool.
  • The one drawback here is that the walls are thin and I could easily hear the TV in the room next to me.
  • The Plates and Pint Restaurant is across and down the street, perhaps 100 yards and there’s a modest grade from the Inn, but I easily did this.
  • The restaurant is a fun sports bar as well as family restaurant.
  • No wheelchair accessible lobby restroom.

Hotel Overview Accessibility

Step Free Entrance

Wide Doorway Entrance

Relatively Flat Entrance

Common Areas Step Free

Hotel Guest Room Accessibility

I Booked a WC Accessible Room

Bed Height Accessible (less than 30 inches)

Wide Clearance Around Bed (min 36 inches)

Hotel Bathroom Accessibility

Step Free Access

Wide Clearance to Shower & Toilet (min 36 in)

Dining Accessibility

Nearby Accessible Dinner Restaurant and Bar (less than 2 blocks)

Parking Accessibility

Self Parking Availability

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