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St Brelades is a specialist dementia care home in Herne Bay, Kent, providing exceptional care for ladies with different forms of dementia.

It boasts an excellent location overlooking the Downs, with panoramic sea views, close to local amenities.

St Brelades Dementia Care Home can accommodate up to 37 residents. The tastefully converted Victorian building with modern extension provides all the facilities needed to make daily life easier and more comfortable. Rooms are large, light and spacious, and tastefully furnished. Residents are welcome to bring items of furniture with them, along with personal possessions, to make their space their own. All bedrooms, toilets and bathrooms also have a nurse call system. Many rooms also benefit from lovely sea views.

Externally, there are beautiful gardens and courtyards for residents to enjoy, offering perfect spots to soak up the sun, relax with a book, or take in the sea air.

Activities Co-ordinators organise a weekly schedule of activities, outings and events for residents – and family and friends are often invited and encouraged to join in.

A friendly, home-from-home environment for women with dementia

St Brelades has been designed with the needs of residents with dementia in mind. From the quality of personal care to the design of the accommodation, every aspect has been carefully considered to support the wellbeing and quality of life of residents.

Family, friends and loved ones – including pets – are always welcome to visit

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Features & Amenities

Care Type(s)
  • Care Home
  • Respite Care
  • Dementia
  • Older People (65+)
Room Information
  • Own furniture
  • Own decoration and personal belongings
Facilities within the home
  • Private garden
  • Dining area/Restaurant
  • Quiet areas/lounges
Meal Times
  • Regular daily activities
  • Entertainment programme
  • Outings
  • Near public transport
  • Close to local shops/restaurants


  • Weekly costs from: Please contact the provider directly for information on costs.

Reviews & Ratings

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  • SafeInadequate
  • Well-ledInadequate
  • CaringGood
  • ResponsiveGood
  • EffectiveGood
Last CQC report update June 22, 2022 • Listing updated June 23, 2022