Princess Diana's Home Turned Into Incredible Hotel for the Disabled (VIDEO)

park house hotelWhen Princess Diana was young, she lived in Park House, this gorgeous home, with her family. The Spencers were friends with the royals -- the families go way back, centuries back. When Diana and her family moved out in 1975, she said good-bye to every room -- it was that dear to her and her siblings. Now the Park House is a hotel for the disabled. Isn't that beautiful? The home is very castle-like, stunning inside and out, and has the best features.


The 10-bedroom mansion is now part of the U.K.'s top charity, the Leonard Cheshire Disability. They transformed the home to allow those with disabilities -- like Parkinson's, MS, cerebral palsy -- to have a vacation without worry. There is assistance on hand to help, and it is set up for comfort as well as beauty treatments and has an excellent restaurant. It's an award-winning resort. Love this! It is also on a gorgeous piece of land, so there are many things to do in nature as well. 

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Diana did a lot of charity work -- with children and for those who are disabled. Having her beloved childhood home turned into a bit of paradise for those who are disabled is a beautiful tribute to her and all that she believed in. It's truly such a lovely thing. We all need and deserve a holiday -- and with this hotel and how it is set up, that makes it possible for those who have difficulty with a typical hotel and vacation setting. Truly beautiful and truly in Diana's giving spirit.


Image via management "Park House Hotel" (Oct 2015), Trip Advisor

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