Wallfield House

87 Doles Lane, Findern, Derby, Derbyshire DE65 6BA. Care home

Owned by: Mr J A & Mrs C A Yates

01332 510605

Owner's description

“Wallfield House is a family owned and run luxury residential home for the elderly. The building is an 1822 built farmhouse. All rooms are spacious and ensuite. It is situated in its own grounds and the village of Findern is only a short walk away. Our caring and responsible team of staff meet all of the domestic and personal needs of our residents. Our aim is to create a warm and friendly atmosphere where residents who are not wholly able to look after themselves can lead an active life with dignity, purpose, individuality and a sense of fulfilment”

Main facts

  • Care home
  • Conditions cared for: Older people generally
  • Care period: Longer stay / Short stay and respite / Day care / Trial visits
  • This home accommodates 15 residents in 11 single and 2 shared rooms (13 en suite). It is a converted building with a garden, and was registered in 1998. Overnight visitors can usually be accommodated
  • The home is in a rural location. Bus stop 250 yards; shop 250 yards; post office 250 yards; town centre 6 mile(s); GP 2 mile(s);
  • Residents may bring their own furniture and choose their room decoration. There is a lot of flexibility about meals. Activities are arranged weekly. There are opportunities to pursue hobbies
  • Cost: Not available

Info updated: 30/09/2010. Update info

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87 Doles Lane, Findern, Derby, Derbyshire DE65 6BA

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