The grand Park House on the Royal Sandringham estate has been converted to a hotel which caters for guests with disabilities, offering them and their carers a holiday in the English countryside. The house, originally built in 1863 by the Prince of Wales (later to become King Edward VII), was the residence of the Spencer family during Diana’s early years.

Now run by the Leonard Cheshire Disability charity, it boasts a fully-accessible environment featuring ceiling hoists, accessible baths and air-flow mattresses, as well as an in-house care team. George Crofton recently stayed at the Park House Hotel, and his review is featured in The Telegraph. He particularly enjoyed being able to soak in a Jacuzzi bath for the first time in around 15 years.

Read the full story here: A stay at Diana’s childhood home – now a hotel for travellers with disabilities

See the Can Be Done website for more information about accessible UK hotels.