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Welcome To St Peter's Home

St Peter’s Home offers short and long term residential care for those over 65 suffering from dementia.

Even though you’re only ever acting in your loved one’s best interests, choosing to use a care home can still be an extremely unsettling decision.

To put both you and your loved one at ease at such a difficult time, we’ve tried to create a home that doesn’t just accept the standard care home model.

We aim to enrich our residents’ lives

Instead of a dull environment, our long serving staff members aim to build relationships with our service users, who in turn build relationships with other residents.

Alongside a varied activity calendar and compassionate care these relationships promote a positive atmosphere, which we believe helps enrich our residents’ lives.

We hope this website offers all the information you’re looking for, but should you require further details by all means contact us by phone or email – we’ll be happy to help with your enquiry.

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Accommodation

A twin room and 36 single rooms, many en-suite, make us more of a community than a care home.

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Fees

Our fees are dependent on the type of room offered and the type of care package required.

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Activities

We encourage our residents to continue their existing hobbies if they’re able to.

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Food

There are 3 scheduled meals per day and an additional light supper available when necessary.

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Testimonials

"All the family members are extremely grateful for all that was done for mother during the 17 months she spent with you. She was obviously content in her surroundings as she never once said that she didn't like where she was she never complained about anything."

"She was well looked after and we were always made welcome when we came to visit. All the staff were very caring and friendly and we are very glad that we chose that mother came to you when she came out of hospital."