The only wheelchair accessible room with a roll-in shower was conveniently located on the first floor. The bathroom was large enough enough for a power wheelchair and had grab bar and a roll-up sink. The handel on the sink is a antique, country style but is also easy for some quadriplegics to turn on and off. The roll-in shower comes with a built-in, padded bench and hand-held nozzle. Accessing around the bedroom may be tight for larger chairs but can be improved with a little furniture rearranging. Besides the small bedroom, the other downside is that the room is located right in front of the elevator. However, the Farmer’s Daughter is a small hotel and on a weekend there was not much foot traffic heard but surely that could vary.
The restaurant Tart is comfort food with a Southern California twist and is great for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or drinks. Most prefer to sit outside on the private patio but indoor seating is also available. Since it is a part of the hotel, valet service is the easiest option but there is street parking if you can possible find a meter. Inside there is one large wheelchair accessible restroom.