Grandora Care Lodge is a stunning new purpose built residential and nursing home with private accommodation for up to 4 residents, set in a secluded spot with stunning gardens.
It is set in a small tranquil village called Blundeston, on the Suffolk/Norfolk boarder just off the A47 (old A12). We are about 3 miles from Lowestoft seafront and around 7 miles from Gt Yarmouth seafront. We have a bus service that comes through the village. Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft both have access to Railway Stations.
Grandora Care Lodge is owned and run by a Registered nurse, qualifying at Degree level nearly 6 yrs ago working along side well-trained, respectful, caring and compassionate staff. I have worked in the care sector for around 25 years. Much of my experience came from working in residential/nursing homes. Personal and practical support will be provided 24 hours-a-day to ensure that residents continue to enjoy maximum independence. We want residents to have peace of mind knowing that help is always at hand and that our facilities provide a home from home environment ensuring this feels like their home.
All en-suite bedrooms have french doors that open up straight in to the garden, allowing residents to enter the garden from their rooms. All bedrooms have their own televisions, with wifi being available in all rooms. There are thermostats in all bedrooms, allowing residents to have control of their own room temperature. All rooms are tastefully decorated. Bedrooms and bathrooms all have pull cord alarms.
There is a communal lounge area where residents can dine together at the table or choose to have meals in their own rooms if they wish. The lounge area has a television they can watch or they can sit and chat, talk with their families or just watch the wildlife . The garden in the summer months will be an excellent place to relax watching the birds and squirrels with views of the countryside. We have a local public house that serves home cooked food and a village hall that has activities that service users may want to participate, such as book club and bingo nights. Furthermore, there is plenty of history relating to David Copperfield being in Blunderston in the novel from Charles Dickens which some people will find of interest if they like history.