Listed in Devon
Sefton Hall was originally build in Regency Times and many of the original features still remain. It is reputed that the name “Sefton” was suggested by Sir Peter Hoare of Luscombe Castle,who felt that the name of the 1878 Derby winner would be appropriate. Sefton Hall retains the atmosphere of an elegant hotel. Many of the rooms are exceptionally light and airy with full height windows looking over the grounds. There are three spacious lounges and a large dining room.
Sefton Hall is located in the beautiful town of Dawlish, which is the gem of the South Devon coast and famous for its Black Swans, gift and ice cream shops.
People living in Sefton Hall take pride in their surroundings by decorating their rooms as they wish. They are involved in all the day to day activities around the home like gardening, cooking, etc. Areas in the home have been developed with various themes including a pub
We have warm loving relationships between staff and the people who live here. There is a relaxed family atmosphere and our days are filled with laughter.