Sydenham House is a converted detached building believed to have originally been a merchant’s house, dating back to the 1850s. It offers 19 rooms spread over each of its three floors. 18 of the rooms are en-suite with the other having access to a private bathroom.
The upper floors are accessed via the stairs or a passenger lift which is suitable for wheelchairs.
Our residents have access to a lounge, dining area and conservatory.
The light and spacious conservatory is an excellent place for residents to meet with family and friends in a private setting. It is also used regularly for various activities and parties.
Outside there are well-maintained wheelchair-accessible gardens with seating and ample visitor parking.
There is an ongoing programme of refurbishment.
“The conservatory gave people the option to meet with their families privately without needing to go to their bedroom."
Extract from CQC Inspection Report, July 2018.