Broadlands is an imposing Edwardian house set in three acres of beautiful grounds leading right onto the waterfront of the Broads. The home has a total of 44 bedrooms, many of which have outstanding views. Most bedrooms have en-suite facilities and all are fully furnished to a high standard.
There are four comfortable lounges for residents as well as an elegantly restored conservatory. There is a sense of space and light throughout the home. The magnificent garden has full access to the Broads and is well used throughout the year.
Broadlands has recently been extended is now able to offer care to residents with very high needs in a specialist unit.
Harleston House is a 39 bedded recently extended and refurbished home providing an excellent quality of care for those who live with a dementia, for which we have gained an excellent reputation.Harleston has a fantastic staff group who are dedicated, committed and passionate. Our aim is to make sure as much as possible that residents living at Harleston House maintain the lifestyles they are used to.
The home is bright and spacious. There are three comfortable lounges for residents as well as a function room. There is a pleasant well laid out garden with full access. The home arranges a regular programme of activities, outings and trips for the residents. There are also visits by a hairdresser and chiropodist.
Thornbank is situated in the leafy green Westerfield Road with the beautiful Christchurch Park opposite, it is a converted traditional elegant town house with an annexe.
The town of Ipswich with all of its amenities is only five minutes away.
Thornbank is part of the prestigious Greensleeves Care Group, which is a charity based organisation that has much to be proud of. Established over 40 years ago when the home was run by the WRVS, the home provides a pleasant and stimulating environment for the older people living in the home.
Thornbank has 31 bedrooms, all but one with its own on-suite, it is registered for 33 residents as we have two large rooms which are suitable for two residents to live together, we are predominantly self-funding.
Thornbank has links with the local school with the children visiting on a regular basis this is very popular with the residents and their families.
We also have a mini bus which is used for taking the residents on various trips such as the theatre, visiting the seaside or just a cup of tea in the local supermarket.