Welcome to Wordsworth House
The dining area is the very heart of Wordsworth House, where we encourage all of our residents to come and socialise with one another, staff and visitors. We understand that an imperative part of providing care is that meal times are a pleasant and inviting atmosphere, where residents feel comfortable and in turn feed their hungry appetites.
The dining room is a spacious area, decorated to create homely vibes, filled with large wooden tables and chairs that are neatly laid each meal time for residents to enjoy their food and feel relaxed whilst doing so.
We often also use this space for activities including cookery, arts and crafts, and celebratory or reminiscence events.
Our south facing large lounge area is the perfect room for our residents to relax in front of the telly and have a chat.
The sun shines all day making the room nice and bright and friendly.
Drawing Room & Quiet Room
We have various rooms at Wordsworth House that our residents and visitors are able to utilise for social visits or as a venue for appointments of a professional nature.
Our Drawing Room is a large living/dining room area that is often used by our residents to spend quality time with their loved ones. This room is very homely and has been adorned with a number of reminiscence items that our Activities’ Co-Ordinators have been lucky enough to come across over the past year with the help of our volunteers Tony & Jose Hedley.
The hairdressing room is a great place for our residents to sit back and relax, have a chat with the hairdresser and leave feeling refreshed and smart with their new hair-do !
Our beautiful garden is south facing meaning that during the summer months, residents and staff alike enjoy the sunlight throughout the day.
Our groundskeeper does a fantastic job to keep our garden looking stunning all year round.
A TYPICAL BEDROOM
We invite our residents to bring some of their own belongings from home to adorn the walls with and make it a much more personal place for them.
We welcome their own furniture too so that the room is truly their own.