Trusted to care in Sidcup
Smyth Lodge care home in Sidcup, Kent offers the best of care in hotel-style surroundings.Our experienced team delivers nursing care and specialised dementia care. When the time comes, we offer compassionate, empathetic end of life care, too, allowing you every opportunity to spend time with your loved one.
Near the town’s rich cultural heart, our care home in Sidcup offers a wealth of luxurious facilities, including a coffee shop, cinema and hair and beauty salon, so your loved one can continue to enjoy the lifestyle they deserve.
Each of the 80 rooms at Smyth Lodge care home in Kent are individually styled and furnished, with an en-suite wet-room, 24-hour nurse call system and flat screen TV. Your loved one will be free to personalise their room with their own photos, pictures and possessions too if they wish.
We’re offering a saving of over £10,000 a year if your loved one joins us as a permanent resident. That’s equivalent to a saving of £200 a week, with the discount applied on the standard weekly fee.
When your loved one joins us at Smyth Lodge, we will get to know them extremely well so that we can create care and lifestyle plans, as well as menus, that are entirely tailored to their needs and preferences. That way, they can spend each day doing the things that are important to them.
Smyth Lodge provides a full range of care services, meaning we are able to care for older people with a range of different needs.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 Smyth Lodge will provide your loved one with care that is completely tailored to their individual needs and wishes.
I love hearing residents and colleagues laughing together. Humour is so important. I enjoy engaging with my team, with the people we care for and with their loved ones. I enjoy combining my nursing skills with being a leader. I believe that being a nurse – and a home manager – is an honour.Tracey CheesemanHome Manager
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