Set in a quiet cul-de-sac, overlooking the beautiful Victorian gardens of Devonport Park, stands Parkwood House a lively home with 46 places. The rooms are personalised to each resident with each front door painted to the colour of the resident’s choice. It is just a short walk from Stoke Village where you can find useful convenience stores, a bank, shops and cafes. Residents also have regular access to Devonport Park’s gardens, cafe, bowls green and community events throughout the year at the Victorian bandstand.
There is a private secluded courtyard garden providing space for quiet contemplation, bird watching, gardening sessions, socials, and BBQ’s. It is also used by neighbouring school children as an outdoor classroom. Passionate about enabling intergenerational and creative wellbeing opportunities within the community, Parkwood residents can expect regular contact with young people, nature and animals. This was the first home in Devon to be included on the Eden Alternative UK Register of Homes.
The kitchen chefs provide a range of healthy, home cooked meals, catering to any dietary and faith related nutritional choices in our spacious dining room and also facilitate seasonal alfresco tea parties and BBQ’s.
There are two lounge areas, a fully fitted hair salon and cinema room for residents to enjoy along with visits from the chiropodist, optician and dentist. Parkwood House has a unique and dedicated lifestyle team who provide a full programme of tailored activities, including faith services, arts and crafts, knit and natter, photography, baking, games, entertainment, music and pet therapy to name but a few! There is also a new purpose-built minibus enabling lots of opportunities for trips out and about in the local area.
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.
The Old Rectory as its name implies was formerly a rectory and still retains many splendid original features. It is a grade II listed building with parts of the home dating back to 1856 and is situated in a beautiful and peaceful hamlet within Pinhoe, close to the centre of Exeter.
We firmly believe that care should not be just about the end of life but about a new beginning, with enjoyment and a quality of life an expectation for everyone and also an achievable outcome.
The Seaton Nursing Home is a former Convent and many locals remember attending the Marist convent school prior to commencing infant school.
The Seaton Nursing Home is an elegant Georgian building standing in private gardens, less than a quarter of a mile from the pedestrianised town centre and the seafront. The Home is set in tranquil surroundings and offers Respite, Convalescence, Long and Short Term care. All rooms have been beautifully decorated to a high standard and if you are opting for a long stay period, the home welcomes you bringing in small items of furniture, paintings, pictures and knick-knacks to really make a room your own.
The Seaton’s chefs will provide you with a daily choice of food to suit any taste and its up to you if you choose to be served your meal in your room or in one of our two spacious and light dining areas.
The Seaton has a monthly activity programme that has been designed to suit everyone. Entertainment is led by the Team with visiting entertainers as well as in-house activities and outings, so there is plenty of variety to suit all tastes.
If you are looking for a Nursing Home, whatever your needs maybe, you can be sure that The Seaton will cater for it to an exceptionally high standard.
Mallands is a friendly, caring family run residential care home providing high quality care with a personal touch.
Mallands is situated in the pretty South Devon village of Abbotskerswell, 3 miles from the market town of Newton Abbot and 4 miles from the coastal resort of Torquay. The home is maintained to a high standard with attractive mature gardens, providing a peaceful and tranquil environment.
Our mission is to provide a safe and caring environment for residents, who can maintain their independence and a lifestyle that is as close to that as they might expect at home, with the peace of mind that there is always someone there for them to provide assistance when required. Our residents can be assured that they will be treated with respect and dignity, meeting their physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
Mallands has been established since 1984 and owned by the same family for over 22 years. Whilst the family are involved in the day to day management of the home, our care team is led by Roz Wills, a qualified care manager with 25 years experience in providing residential care for the elderly.