Sharnbrook House is an early eighteenth century building which was converted to its present purpose in 1953. The home is situated in several acres of grounds in the north Bedfordshire village of Sharnbrook.
The home caters for 30 clients whose ages may vary from 65 to 100. The rooms vary in size and facilities with 7 of the rooms being en-suites with a wet room on the top floor.
The attraction of Sharnbrook House over other homes in the area is its unique setting within the village and the attractiveness of the gardens, lake and terraces.
The home itself is very spacious with large windows allowing the light to flood in. The period features, both inside and out, make Sharnbrook House unique.
Strong ties with the local community ensures regular outside groups visit the home. A regular programme of activities is organised with engaging pursuits provided daily.