Trusted to care in Whitstable, Kent
Harrier Lodge care home in Whitstable, Kent, provides high quality, personalised care in stunning surroundings.
The skilled and experienced team at our Whitstable nursing home delivers 24-hour nursing care, residential care, short term respite care and specialist dementia care for up to 65 older people. We also offer expert nursing dementia care and sympathetic end of life care, allowing you to focus on what really matters.
Our 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.
If you care for an older loved one at home and need some time away this winter – we are here to help. Right now, we are offering a three-week respite stay for the price of two.
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.
At Harrier Lodge we care for residents with a wide range of needs. We always assess each prospective resident before they join us and will work with you, your loved one and their healthcare team to provide the care they need.Read more
Every day our colleagues live our values of passionate, caring and teamwork to empower residents to enjoy fulfilling lives.
The dedicated and experienced team at Harrier Lodge will provide your loved one with care that is completely tailored to their individual needs and wishes.
My favourite part of the day is any chance I have to spend time with residents and their families. It’s a privilege to care for older people, to learn about each person’s life history and wishes and to enable them to feel safe, loved and to give them a sense of self-worth. Diane CollinsHome Manager
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