Location and contact details
The Wykeham House care team are passionate about the quality of care they provide for their residents, providing first-class 24-hour nursing and residential care, including expert care for residents living with dementia in the Wykeham House Memory Lane Community.
The residents benefit from a tailored care plan that takes into account their individual personalities, including their favourite activities and food preferences. Wykeham House Care Home is also able to provide Respite care and provide short breaks for residents wishing to stay on a short term basis. All rooms in the Home are en-suite, with spacious lounge and dining areas.
Wykeham House, based in Horley town in the borough of Reigate and Banstead, was built in 1995 and officially opened by Sir Richard Branson in 1998. The home is located less than 5 minutes from Gatwick Airport, near to Horley train station and close to the M23 and M25 motorways. The town of Horley has numerous shops and cafes to visit and is home to several hotels and bed and breakfasts that can be used by visitors who live a bit further away.
Wykeham House encourages their residents to keep in touch with their loved ones, including over email and social media, especially for those residents with family and friends who live further away. The home has free WIFI, allowing our residents and their visitors to connect to the internet for free without having to set up a private arrangement with an internet provider.
Wykeham House offers additional services such as the hair salon, a comprehensive activity programme run throughout the week and a family based day on Sundays, allowing the residents to have a quieter day with their family and friends at the weekend.
For more information please contact the care home on the number or email provided to have a chat, book a visit or request a brochure. Wykeham House looks forward to hearing from you.
Information supplied by carehome.co.uk
Services offered at Wykeham House
Residential - Shared Spaces
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Residential - Your Room
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- Rooms with full en-suite bathroom:
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- TV and telephone point in resident rooms:
- Shared rooms available for couples:
Residential - health and lifestyle
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- Residents may retain own GP:
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