We here at The Overlook Inn Bed and Breakfast want everyone who visits our website to have a welcoming and rewarding experience. We are providing this accessibility statement to outline the current status regarding our physical location and our web content. We believe strongly in every person’s right to a life of equality, dignity and independence. We strive to ensure that our services are available to all of our customers and it is our policy and commitment to make our website and services accessible to persons with disabilities.
How will we achieve this goal?
The Overlook Inn Bed and Breakfast has put in place processes and guidelines to make our website accessible, per the relevant portions of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 AA, as recommended by the Web Accessibility Initiative of the World Wide Web Consortium. Our efforts will be ongoing to insure that we continue our commitment to this goal as industry standards evolve. Our goal is to achieve Level AA accessibility for our website visitors.
How are we doing?
Please know that our work here is ongoing, and there may be areas where we will continue to improve upon our website, theoverlookinn.com. We appreciate your sharing with us any feedback, suggestions, comments or concerns. If you’re experiencing difficulty or need assistance with anything pertaining to our website, please contact us – we’re here to help!
If you’ve encountered an accessibility issue, please let us know the specific web page in your email or phone call. We will make all reasonable efforts to respond to your concern and make that page accessible for you.
The Overlook Inn Bed and Breakfast is an “off the beaten path” spot – we are surrounded by and located within designated Wilderness and National Forest areas, which includes our grounds, gardens, property and premises. Our mountainous locale is peaceful and appealing with natural terrain in some outdoor areas, which can be challenging for persons with mobility issues and other disabilities.
The Prince Madoc Room has a ramp that accesses the private entrance to the room and then subsequently the Inn, with wide doors on the private entrance, Inn hallway, and private bathroom doorways. The private bathroom has a walk-in shower with a small lip, a built in shower seat and transfer bars, a toilet that is comfort height with grab bars, a sink with clearance underneath and the right height for a wheelchair, and a large area to maneuver a walker or wheelchair.
The parking lot at the Inn has ample parking and a short path consisting of a paved stone sidewalk leading to The Prince Madoc ramp. Staff is glad to assist with luggage and take you to your room. We do not have a public restroom in our check in area or commons areas that is accessible, due to the historic nature of our Inn. There are no braille signs anywhere in the Inn, but staff is happy to assist and go over menu items. There are descriptions and pictures on our “Rooms + Rates” page for each of our six guest rooms at the Inn. Please refer to this information when considering your stay.
If you have any questions about our accommodations or need more information about the area where the Inn is located, please call us at 706-517-0300 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.