The Gleneagle Group presented their accessibility programme to members of various accessibility groups at a special coffee morning held at The Brehon.

The hotel group is currently rolling out a detailed accessibility programme which aims to make all the properties within the group accessible to everybody. 

“Our aim is to create a welcoming environment and inclusive experience for everyone. We are focused on making every step of the visitor journey, from the initial booking right through to departure, as seamless and hassle free as possible,” said Patrick O’Donoghue, Managing Director of The Gleneagle Group.

“In order to do so, we must first indentify and subsequently remove or overcome access barriers, and while we are carrying out official audits to indentify the areas that need work, we also need to learn from those around us. We received some fantastic suggestions and feedback from everyone that attended our coffee morning and we are very grateful to those that took time out of their busy schedule to help us.”

For more information on The Gleneagle Group’s accessibility plan, visit their accessibility information page at

As part of The Gleneagle Group’s accessibility programme, the group purchased a new wheelchair accessible shuttle bus. The new Gleneagle bus, which has been on the road for the past month, was officially launched at the coffee morning by accessibility advocate Joanne O’Riordan.

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