The Manor House, now refurbished, was built in circa 1588 and extended in the Georgian Period. Extensive alterations were made by the Victorian Industrialist ‘Wildflower Robinson’, so named for his love of wildflowers – over 100 species of which are reputed to be found in the grounds. Examples of ornate decorative carving around the house reflect his interest in nature.
The home is close to the historic Herefordshire village of Lyonshall and the charming market town of Kington. Fayres, garden parties and walking events are often held within the grounds, allowing residents and their families the chance to enjoy a fantastic day out right on the doorstep.
The main house has undergone extensive internal redesign in order to incorporate state of the art safety features for residents, many of the original features have been preserved. The home has several exquisitely decorated rooms and all communal areas and private rooms have been carefully finished to create that familiar home like feel.
Our dedicated dementia care facility, the John Sperry Unit, has been built and finished to the highest of standards incorporating many dementia friendly design features such as the modern circular layout which allows residents to walk around freely without fear of getting lost.
The gardens are a haven of peace and tranquility with an abundance of wildlife to be enjoyed in every season.
Most of the rooms at Lynhales enjoy unrestricted views over the beautiful Herefordshire countryside.
The main house comprises of two floors of single and shared rooms, the majority of which have en-suite facilities providing accommodation for 53 residents.
The John Sperry Memorial Unit, our state of the art Dementia Care Facility, provides accommodation for a further 20 residents and has been built and finished to the highest standards incorporating many eco-friendly design features.
“I wish to thank you for the superb level of care you provided to K---- during her time at Lynhales (some 11 years). As a former nurse, I’m sure she would have appreciated it. Whenever I have visited Lynhales—
"I would like to thank you all for your kindness and cheerfulness, and for looking after both my Mother and her visitors so well. It was really like a home from home."—
“Just a short note to thank you all for taking care of T---- with such kindness and compassion during his final weeks, and also for the welcome we always received when visiting.”—
“I wish to thank you for the superb level of care you provided to K---- during her time at Lynhales (some 11 years). As a former nurse, I’m sure she would have appreciated it."—
"... a big thank you to everyone to show how very grateful we are for the love and care shown to Dad in his last few years here at Lynhales. We could not be more grateful and pleased with how he was cared for."—
“I wanted you to know how much I appreciated the Support Group Meeting on Saturday. It was very well attended and I met a number of new family members, all of whom seemed to take a great deal from the experience.—
Dear Sister Dora and all the staff. Please would you accept our thanks for all the care and attention you so warmly gave to my Mother in the last few months of her life whilst in your lovely Home and this is more.—
“We can’t find enough words to thank you all for everything that you did for Dad. To say it is greatly appreciated is a massive understatement and we hope that you know that we appreciated every gesture.”—
“We appreciate all your care and the way you treat our father with such dignity and kindness. Please thank all of your staff.”—
"We wanted to say a huge thank you for everything you did to take care of Mum. She always looked lovely and seemed content in her world. We couldn't have asked for more. Please pass on our thanks to the team.”—
“We are very pleased with the care that Dad receives at Lynhales – we feel he could not be in a better place. We know he is well cared for and, above all, safe."—