Accommodation – The Main Building


The Main Building sits within its very attractive front and rear garden and comprises West Lodge (a Grade 2 Listed Building) built in the 18th century, linked to buildings purpose built in the 1960s. The Main Building is divided into 5 wings with between 11 and 16 residents accommodated in each wing. At present we have 54 single rooms and 1 two bed shared room.

The focal point of the daily activities program is the recently refurbished, spacious Conservatory, overlooking the front gardens, together with its adjacent day room and “The Bistro”, although full use is made of the gardens (weather permitting!). As well as this ground floor area there are further lounge areas on the first floor in the Norman Wing, overlooking the front gardens and the Montford Lounge in the Johanna Wing, with a particularly fine view of the River Thames, while the second floor Storrington Lounge has a lovely outlook over the front gardens to the river.

The bedrooms are tastefully decorated and fully furnished, however residents are most welcome to have as many personal possessions as space will allow, and to replace provided furnishings with their own to create a home from home. With the exception of two single rooms in the Johanna Wing, all residents’ areas of the home are completely accessible for wheelchair users.