Harrier Lodge care home in Whitstable, provides high quality, personalised care in stunning surroundings.
The skilled and experienced team at our Whitstable nursing home delivers 24-hour nursing and residential care, short term respite care as well as specialist dementia care for up to 65 older people.
Enjoy everything our care home in Whitstable has to offer
Harrier Lodge opened in January 2019 and has already become the home of choice for families looking for a care home in Faversham or Whitstable.
The home has been designed to enable residents to enjoy a fantastic quality of life. There’s a bar and café, offering freshly-baked cakes and speciality teas and coffees. Residents can enjoy their favourite film, or a live sports match, in the comfy cinema room. There’s a hair and beauty salon so that your loved one can look their best, an array of beautifully furnished lounges, and stunning gardens to explore.
Care as unique as your loved one
When your loved one joins us, we get to know their personality, life story, interests and preferences, and then create care and lifestyle plans that are tailored to their unique needs. We want to know every detail, so that we can be sure we’re caring for your loved one in the way they want, and supporting them to enjoy activities and experiences they love.
Live each day in the way you want
The Lifestyle team at Harrier Lodge nursing home organises an exciting activities programme, with everything from outings and pub lunches, to visits from cuddly therapy dogs and competitive quizzes. Cooking sessions, yoga, and creative classes are popular, and there’s often live entertainment from our favourite singers. The highlight of the week is when our friends from the local primary school come to visit to do different activities.
Take a look at our Facebook page to find out more about activities at our Whitstable nursing home.
Here for you
Harrier Lodge hosts a popular Dementia Café every month. It’s a great opportunity to get the support you need if you’re caring for a loved one living with dementia. We also hold regular free information sessions on care-related topics – keep an eye on this page, or on our Facebook page, for regular updates.