Situated in rolling parkland on the Sandringham estate in West Norfolk, Park House was the childhood home of Princess Diana, and is now run as a unique hotel for disabled people by Leonard Cheshire Disability.
Park House Hotel understands the importance of delivering the complete holiday experience so that their disabled guests and companions can enjoy a revitalising, enjoyable and memorable stay.
The hotel is unique in that it employs a team of experienced in-house care staff, ensuring that discreet and unobtrusive personal assistance is on hand 24-hours a day, when needed.
Mobile hoists are available in all the main hotel rooms, as well as ﬁ xed tracking hoists in a number of rooms. Other facilities including wetrooms, specialist support equipment such as shower chairs, commodes and standing aids as well as proﬁ ling beds (with optional pressure relieving mattresses) ensure a comfortable stay.
First class hotel dining is a must on any holiday and Park House Hotel goes the extra mile in sourcing the ﬁnest local ingredients as well as meeting specialist dietary requirements with an inspired and varied menu. Other luxuries such as a Jacuzzi spa bath with aromatherapy and mood lighting, heated outdoor swimming pool with hoist facility (available during the summer months) as well as in-house beauty treatments are available at very reasonable prices.
The hotel offers an exciting and inclusive programme of activities and entertainment to enhance every guest’s stay, with fully accessible grounds offering everyone the chance to enjoy the beautiful nature around them.
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