The Depperhaugh

4.0 out of 5 4.0 out of 5.0 3 reviews

Specialisms

  • Dementia Care
  • Old Age (65 years+)
  • Palliative Care
  • Physical Disabilities
  • Respite Care

Call this provider - 01379 770414

Originally built by a naval officer as a country retreat, The Depperhaugh is a former manor house set in picturesque grounds near the pretty village of Hoxne in Suffolk. Now elegantly transformed into an award winning nursing home bringing a beautiful living environment for all residents.

Located close to the Norfolk/Suffolk border and only a short drive from the market towns of Diss, Eye and Harleston. The Depperhaugh is a grand 1860's building standing proudly in nine acres of grounds, which provide magnificent open views across the Suffolk countryside.

With rooms for 30 residents, the home has two large lounges, a conservatory, dining room and safe, secure gardens. All residents are encouraged to furnish and decorate their rooms in the way they want, and they have much input into how the rest of the house is decorated or any changes that may occur. At Kingsley, we place paramount importance on the needs, wishes and happiness of our residents.

Installed in the building are call bells, door alarms, hoists, accessible bathing facilities, lifts, stairlifts and wheelchair lifts. We also have specialised mattresses and pressure mats.

Why not give us a call to find out how we can provide care and support to yourself or a loved on at our Nursing Home in Hoxne, Suffolk. We look forward to welcoming you to The Depperhaugh soon.

Chickering Road
Hoxne
Suffolk
IP21 5BX

01379 770414

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  • My brother has been a resident for 4 1/2 years. During this time he has been well looked after and he has been happy there. The staff are friendly and very caring. The facilities have been...
    4 out of 5.0
  • Staff, in general, are very effective but caring and helpful bearing in mind the difficulties they encounter daily. In my case, although physically disabled they are extra caring and treat me as...
    4 out of 5.0
  • Good care given in nice rooms. Home is situated in a lovely setting except for the entrance (exit drive which is difficult if turning right on leaving). Food is good. Friendly caring staff. The...
    4 out of 5.0

The Depperhaugh

CQC ratings

  • Safe - Good
  • Effective - Good
  • Caring - Good
  • Responsive - Good
  • Well-led - Good

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