All rooms have superb views of the lovely area around the Rivelin Dams known locally as little Switzerland. The main house and gardens were built as a private house in the 1920's. Since then it has been extensively redeveloped and equipped for its present use whilst maintaing all its homely qualities.
The house accommodates 15 residents in single and 2 double bedrooms, all of which have wash hand basins, telephone and TV points and nurse call buttons 4 of which are en-suite.
Specialised facilities include a ground floor wet room and a passenger lift to the first floor which houses a bathroom with a reclining bath.
There is a small and large lounge and a 40-foot conservatory where the dining room is and another lounge - this over looks the terraced gardens.
Built and opened in 2001 a small purpose built home for long term residential EMI care offering accommodation to the highest approved standards for 17 residents, 16 rooms have en-suite facilities.
There is a large, open lounge/dining room, kitchenette, small office and large wet room.
It has its own secure outdoor rest and recreational garden, which is walked straight into from lounge.
There is a passeger lift to the second floor which houses a bathroom with mermaid hoist and bath.
There is a small but functional office, which is open 9am - 5.30pm Monday - Friday outside these hours staff are only too happy to help.
We have a treatment room, there are facilities including hairdressing sink. The district Nurse, chiropodist, hairdresser use this facility and small meetings can be held here when necessary.