Interested in a Respite Stay? - for 1 night, or a week or three!
Come sample our care and warmth, and try out our comprehensive activity programmes, in-house personal care and daily visits from the medical team. Stays can be for one night or longer; or as a try-to-help-decide for a permanent stay.
A respite visit enables our prospective clients to try before deciding. A respite visit also provides relatives or home-carers to take a break, go on holiday or simply recharge the batteries and enjoy some "me time". Please contact our on-site team to discuss how we can help. More info on Respite & Day Care.
Inhouse Amenities

We have a shop which is open twice a week, a visiting Hairdresser who visits once a week and Chiropodist, Optician, Dentist and Clergy of all denominations, who visit on request.

We have our own transport arrangements for regular local trips and transporting residents to various clinics or medical appointments.

All laundry is prepared in-house.


Friends and relatives are most welcome to visit and participate in activities and outings or to join us for lunch. Families are especially welcome to join in celebrating birthdays and special occasions enjoying mouth-watering home made cakes. For private visits, special occasions or fun "Club Nights" our quiet lounge is bookable in advance (please call or email to make arrangements). We have decorated and furnished this room to give a very homely ambience so that our residents and their guests can truly feel at home and not have to meet in their bedroom.

As we always encourage visits, there are normally no restrictions or fixed hours for visiting, and we have ample car parking, so the family can use us as a base for shopping when visiting.

To comply with smoking law, we operate a No Smoking policy throughout the building with a facility at the rear of the for residents and visitors.


To download our brochure on our homes click here(PDF).

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