Set in seven acres of woodland close to the historic Herefordshire village of Lyonshall, Lynhales Hall Nursing Home built around a stunning, two-storey 16th Century Manor House is home to up to 65 residents. The home includes the John Sperry Memorial Unit; a Complex Care facility offering exceptional Nursing Care for people with varying types and stages of Dementia and other mental health conditions. The main house has many of its original features lovingly preserved with a grand reception room and unique bedrooms. There are a choice of rooms for relaxing and socialising. Fayres, garden parties and walking events are often held within the grounds, allowing residents and their families to maintain community links – and enjoy a fantastic day out on their own doorstep.
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Lynhales Hall is a safe, welcoming, and stimulating Nursing Home, providing specialist, reassuring and compassionate care for people living with Dementia-related illnesses, mental health conditions, and complex care needs.
Lynhales makes a significant difference in the lives of our residents, and that's precisely why we are so dedicated to what we do. Their happiness and wellbeing drive our passion and commitment every day.
There’s always something interesting going on at Lynhales Hall, as well as learning about existing hobbies and interests, the team organise a whole array of inclusive and inviting sessions, including fruit tasting, gardening club, arts and crafts, flower arranging – even hand and arm massages for those who fancy a bit of a pamper! Whilst everyone can make the most of their indoor time, the enthusiastic team are also always available to assist residents to take an invigorating stroll outdoors in the daily stomp club, or to take a trip out in the minibus. There’s often also the opportunity to participate in one of the many fetes and events held in conjunction with the local community. It’s all part of the rich lifestyle Lynhales residents enjoy.
Dining at Lynhales Hall is very much a tailor-made experience. Residents are given the freedom to choose how, where and when they would like to eat to ensure that mealtimes are as pleasurable as possible, even when medical conditions have to be taken into consideration. If residents choose to relax in their own room, join friends and family in the dining room or even eat ‘on the move’, then it can be catered for. Whatever specific option is chosen, staff make sure that there’s always a tempting, nutritional meal on offer. Even where smaller portions are necessary, they are fortified to ensure no goodness is lost – a hugely important detail.