Trusted to care in Eye, Suffolk
Hartismere Place in Eye, Suffolk, is an ‘Outstanding’-rated care home, with the CQC praising the team for delivering quality care, centred around residents’ specific needs and preferences. Our care includes residential, dementia, compassionate end-of-life and short-term respite.
Every aspect of our home incorporates design touches that help people living with dementia to feel at home and find their way around independently.
Our day club is ideal for older people in the community who want company, support and a good, hearty meal. There’s a full programme of activities to enjoy too!
To help families at any stage of their dementia journey, we are launching our brand-new guide.
Download our guide to help you to communicate with people living with dementia, with tips for meaningful conversations and ideas on how to share quality moments together.
Download our guide, packed with lots of advice and inspiration to support you whatever stage of the care journey you may be at.
At Hartismere Place residents are free to enjoy the facilities as they wish, including a cinema room, hair and beauty salon, café and our beautiful, landscaped gardens.View 360 tour
We're focused on enabling your loved one to make the most of each day. Our lifestyle team organises an array of meaningful activities and entertainment. A typical week might see us doing games and reminiscence, gentle exercise, art sessions or even a film evening. We always have time for one-for-one activities with your loved one if that’s what they prefer.
The Hartismere Place team provides a wide range of permanent and short term care, so we can care for your loved one, whatever their needs – both now and in the future.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 Hartismere Place will provide your loved one with care that is completely tailored to their individual needs and wishes.
I love spending time with residents and their families and feel great satisfaction when I can achieve something for them, however big or small. I also love spending time with my care team who are professional, happy and confident in their work, which subsequently reflects on the residents.Marie ReeveHome Manager
There's never a dull moment at Care UK! Why not find out what's going on at Hartismere Place care home.Read more
A 101-year-old Eye care home resident has celebrated his second year as a centenarian.
Residents at a care home in Eye have been enjoying a Platinum Jubilee celebration fit for a queen.
Care Home Awards Winner 2022 - Outstanding Larger Care Provider
Caring UK Awards Winner 2021
National Care Awards Winner 2021 - Care Home of the Year
Care Home Awards Winner 2021 - Best Larger Care Home Group
National Association of Care Catering Awards Winner 2021 - Catering Team of the Year
National Apprenticeship Awards Finalist 2021
Social Care Top Leaders Awards Finalist 2021
UK Employee Experience Awards 2021 Bronze Winner - Employee Training and Development, Empowering ProgrammeRead More
Health Investor Awards Finalist 2021 - Residential Care Provider of the Year AND Property Developer of the YearRead More
LaingBuisson Awards Finalist 2020
Best Employer Support for Your Registered Manager 2020 AND Most Effective Approach to Leadership and Management 2020Read More
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Our customer care team can guide you through the process step-by-step, whether it’s understanding care types, finding the right care home or understanding more about funding care.
Want to learn more about this home or arrange a visit?
Speak to our friendly care support team who can answer any questions you may have about the care available at our home and can help book a showround of the home at a time convenient to you.
Our help and advice guides have been produced by our experts and include real life experiences of older people and their families.Read more
Learn the best way to care for someone with dementia, from how to keep them happy to the questions you should avoid asking.
People living with dementia often have unmet needs which means they display behaviours that challenge carers. Read our guide to dealing with these changes.
We are very pleased to be able to say that, as the Spring booster Covid vaccination is being provided to residents in our homes, the additional protection and our continued infection prevention and control measures means we can start ‘living with Covid’ and regain more normality in day-to-day care home life.Read more about our approach