We are a Historic New Hampshire Inn dating back to 1792!
Our Restaurant, the Coach House, and all common rooms at the Inn are on the ground floor and are handicap accessible. There are no stairs or barriers from the main parking lot through the main entrance into our dining room. Most guest rooms at this property are on the second and third floors and there is no elevator access possible due to the historical architecture of the building. Removing this barrier to our guest rooms is not readily achievable and would require destroying the historic architecture of the facility and an unbearable expense for the business. Our latest accessibility audit was conducted on Jan 1, 2019 using the ADA Readily Achievable Barrier Removal Checklist for Existing Facilities as authorized by NIDRR. We have all of our handicap accessible features listed on the ADA Property Features section of our Amenities page.
The New London Inn is committed to making our website accessible to people with disabilities.
We have designed our website to be accessible for impaired users to see, navigate, interact and understand the content provided as per the World Wide Web Consortium’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 Level AA (WCAG 2.0 AA).
We have tested the functionality of this website with the achecker.ca tool as well as the wave.webaim.org tool. We have also tested keyboard only functionality so that people who use screen readers or can’t use a mouse are able to navigate through the website pages efficiently.
We will continue to make every effort to meet evolving accessibility standards.
Currently our reservation system does not meet AA standards of WCAG 2.0. This is something we will continue to address with our reservation company, so that it too will be accessible to people with disabilities in the future. If you find you are having difficulty determining availability or booking an accommodation via our online system, please contact us at the links below and we will be happy to assist you directly.
As we continue to improve our website functionality, we appreciate your concerns and suggestions. We welcome impaired users to share accessibility issues you may find. Contact us at the links below.