A brand new luxury residential and dementia care home. Kingfisher Court is a specially designed, purpose-built home providing 24 hour care.
All residents stay on an All-Inclusive basis. The All-Inclusive weekly fee is £750 per week. The single, fully transparent, fixed fee covers everything so there is no need to worry about any billable extras.
All inclusive services include: dry cleaning, chiropody, newspapers, 24 hour care, activities 7 days a week, private dining, all meals snacks & drinks, chauffeur driven car, assisted medical visits, hair and beauty treatments.
Our dedicated, professionally trained team has been hand selected to provide you with the highest standards of care.
At our home you will enjoy:
Large en-suite rooms
English tea room
Hair and beauty salon
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