Peasmarsh Place

Peasmarsh Place is a warm and welcoming home with magnificent views over the Sussex countryside

Oakside

Oakside is Grade II listed and overlooks the quiet and tranquil village green in the centre of Northiam.

Welcome to Peasmarsh Place Country Care information site which is an introduction to us and the services we provide.

We recognise that considering residential care for yourself or a loved one can be a difficult decision to make.

Whether our site is the first or one of many sites you have viewed the process can be daunting, as can be relating the unfamiliar terms and language to the needs of the person your search is for.

We hope you are able to find the answers to any questions you may have.

 

 

Our values

Our values

We believe that if we do not improve the quality of a person’s life whilst they are with us we have not met their needs and our standards.

To find out more about the quality of the services we provide. Please have a look at our latest latest Care Quality Commission reports.

Peasmarsh Place care home

Peasmarsh Place

Set in 10 acres of parkland,  Peasmarsh Place is a warm and welcoming home with magnificent views over the Sussex countryside.  The house has a large, airy drawing room with views over the gardens to the lake and a beautiful dining room. When the weather allows our terrace is a lovely place to sit under a parasol enjoying the views and the tranquillity.

Oakside Care Home

Oakside

Oakside overlooks the village green being situated in the centre of Northiam. It is a grade two listed building with some parts dating back to the 17th century.   The village is quiet and tranquil; the green has shaded seating which many of our residents take advantage of when the weather permits.

Residential care

RESIDENTIAL CARE

Services for people over the age of 65 years, who now need some level of support with personal care, washing, dressing and other daily activities.

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Respite care

RESPITE CARE

For people over 65 years, who have a wish or need to stay in residential care on a short period.

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palliative care

PALLIATIVE CARE

Is a sensitive, inclusive care and support service for the person and everyone who wants, and is wanted to be part of someone’s end of life care.

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day services

DAY SERVICES

For people over 65 years who would find it beneficial to have access to our services on a daily basis.

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A thank you

I write to thank you and your colleagues for the care that you have extended to my father, Ron, over the past year and a half.  Prior to his coming to you he had spent a few weeks, on a temporary basis, in each of the two establishments of which, while they were nice enough, he gave me no more response than that of acceptance of his situation.  When given the opportunity to view Peasmarsh Place, however, he gave me an immediate and enthusiastic reaction to the effect that is was where he wanted to settle long term and, shortly after moving in, declared that is where he wanted to end his days; from then on he considered Peasmarsh Place to be his home.  He never waivered from this to the extent that on each of the three occasions, while in your care, he was taken into hospital he told me that he wanted to go home; 'home' being Peasmarsh Place. Throughout his stay I have visited almost daily and have had much opportunity to see for myself the comings and goings and life in general at Peasmarsh Place.  I put on record that, from first to last, I have not been disappointed by the experience and that life there seems more akin to residents in a country hotel than in a care home.  Residential care comes at a substantial cost yet in his instance an hourly rate at Peasmarsh Place approximated to £4.80 which seems remarkable value for money, the more so when little extras such as refreshments and meals are offered to visitors at no further charge. MH January 2016