Ventress Hall in Darlington is a care home full of character. Residents really embrace life and there’s a wonderfully close-knit atmosphere. Everyone’s welcome, whether they’re day care guests, permanent residents, with us for a short respite stay, or are community volunteers or residents’ friends and family.
0333 4343 083
Grangewood in Shiney Row, Houghton-le-Spring is a care home with a friendly, local face. Many residents have lived in the area all their lives and most of the team have worked at the home for years. The family atmosphere means residents quickly settle in and get involved in all the events and activities.
0191 6404 888
The Terrace care home in Richmond occupies a grand Victorian building that retains many of its original features. That means that every room is different, so there’s sure to be a bedroom that appeals to your loved one. Its charm also makes it popular with visitors – from day care guests to Pets as Therapy animals.
0174 8896 716
The dedicated team at Stanley Park care home in County Durham provides superb care for older people with a wide range of needs. Everything is tailored to the individual – from the care and support a resident receives, to the activities they enjoy and the meals our catering team prepares.
0120 7664 831
When Kings Court in Barnard Castle was the King’s Head Hotel, Charles Dickens was a guest and he even mentioned it in Nicholas Nickelby. Today, the building still retains many of the original features – the former ballroom is now the residents’ lounge – and continues to play a lead role in the local community.
0183 3348 320
As soon as you enter Church View care home in Murton, Seaham, you’ll notice the welcoming family atmosphere. The vast majority of residents and staff are local, so there’s a very homely, relaxed atmosphere. Family members are always welcome: there’s a big box of toys waiting for grandchildren or even great-grandchildren to play with.
0191 6404 886