Top disability hotel wins further national accolade

16 November 2016

Leonard Cheshire Disability’s Park House Hotel, Sandringham, a country house hotel which caters to disabled people and their families, has won a VisitEngland ROSE Award — an industry honour recognising service excellence awarded to only the top 100 services around the UK.

Winners are judged to be places where the owners, managers and staff really know how to delight their customers, irrespective of their star rating, style or type of accommodation.

Award-winning Park House Hotel supports disabled guests and their carers or companions to have a holiday or period of respite together in the beautiful Norfolk countryside.

Specialist disabled features and equipment such as clos-o-mat toilets, tracking hoists, commodes and shower chairs are available for use within the hotel’s eight single- and eight twin-bedded rooms. The hotel is operated by the charity Leonard Cheshire Disability and funding assistance is available.

Alongside Park House Hotel, other places recognised this year include 61 B&Bs/guest accommodations, 26 self-catering providers, six hotels, three parks/campsites, two hostels and two glamping sites. All are quality assessed accommodation providers and every region across the country is represented.

Media enquiries

For more information and high-resolution pictures, please email hotel manager Tess Gilder or call 01485 543000 or email Selina Mills at the Leonard Cheshire press office.