Peasmarsh Place care home lies just south of the village of Peasmarsh, 3 miles inland from the ancient town and cinque port of Rye, and has been the family home of the Devonport family for more than 80 years. Prior to this, Peasmarsh Place was owned by the Liddell family, and is where Charles Liddell’s niece, Alice was first told stories by Lewis Carroll, which later became “Alice’s adventures in Wonderland”.
The house, originally built in 1616 and a Grade II listed building today, is set in 10 acres of beautiful parkland; and is a warm and welcoming home with magnificent views over the Sussex countryside.
Resident’s rooms are all ensuite, each with their own individual style to suit a wide range of tastes.
We encourage and are very happy for residents to bring their own furniture, pictures and paintings and other possessions to make their new space their own. All rooms have the facility for personal telephones.
Our aim at Peasmarsh is for residents to relax and enjoy a stress free future, enjoying the time to follow their current and new pursuits’ in surroundings which are comfortable and safe but ensure people are supported to live the life the choose with independence, choice and dignity.
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 tranquility.
Our staff are committed to ensuring that living at Peasmarsh Place you will be treated as the individual that you are.
Lord and Lady Devonport are actively involved in the business strategy of the company and endeavour to ensure that this happy environment is maintained.
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