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Park House Hotel

Park House Hotel, Sandringham

Operated by the charity Leonard Cheshire Disability, Park House Hotel enables disabled guests and their carers and/or companions, to have a holiday in the Norfolk countryside together.

A country house hotel with a difference. Located on the Sandringham Estate, Park House Hotel is fully adapted for people with disabilities and is wheelchair accessible throughout. Care is available if required and is charged for accordingly. The hotel organises optional outings, using their fleet of adapted minibuses, and entertainment is provided most evenings.


Prices from £195 per person per night


  • VisitEngland Breakfast Award VisitEngland Breakfast Award
  • Part-time wheelchair users Part-time wheelchair users


  • Building of historical interest
  • Garden
  • Visa/Mastercard/Switch accepted
  • Cycles for hire
  • Games room onsite
  • Golf available (onsite or nearby)
  • Regular entertainment
  • Swimming pool - outdoor onsite
  • Air conditioning
  • Laundry/valet service
  • Lounge for residents' use
  • Night porter
  • Passenger lift
  • Telephone (public)
  • Television available
  • WiFi or internet access
  • Children welcome
  • Evening meals
  • Licenced (table or bar)
  • Packed lunches provided
  • Restaurant open to non-residents
  • Snacks/afternoon tea
  • Special diets available
  • Vegetarian diet available
  • CD player
  • DVD player
  • Hairdryer
  • Radio
  • Tea/coffee making in bedrooms
  • Telephone
  • Television
  • Central heating
  • Ironing facilities
  • Laundry facilities
  • Private parking
  • Conference facilities
  • Disabled facilities


Park House Hotel,
PE35 6EH


By Road:
From King's Lynn - A149 to Hunstanton, follow signs to Sandringham. Park house is just before Sandringham House on right.

By Public Transport:
Our nearest station is King's Lynn from where we can organise a taxi or use our own especially adapted vehicles.

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