Our care home

Bricklehampton Hall

At Bricklehampton Hall, we are committed to developing a comfortable and stimulating environment that meets the individual needs of all of our residents.

Who we support

Set in the Worcestershire countryside near to Perhore, Bricklehampton Hall can support up to 55 residents with a range of needs, from residential to nursing care, day care or night care and respite or convalescence care.

Our caring approach

Our mission to deliver high quality care which enhances quality of life for the people we support. We help our residents to lead fulfilling lives, with care that’s personalised to their individual needs and wishes.

For us, “quality care” means ensuring that every individual’s hopes, goals and needs are met.

Bricklehampton Hall

Modern nursing care in a period setting

We are not a modern, purpose-built care home quite the opposite, in fact. Bricklehampton Hall Nursing Home is anelegant Regency style building which was built in 1848. The house is set within almost 30 acres of parkland and landscaped gardens, with views over some of Worcestershire’s finest scenery.

In contrast to its elegant historical surroundings, Bricklehampton Hall is equipped with modern nursing facilities and is fully wheelchair accessible, striking a perfect balance between clinical excellence and comfortable living.

Bricklehampton Hall - Building
Bricklehampton Hall - Horses
Bricklehampton Hall - Building

Our location

Located in the little village of Bricklehampton, between Elmely Castle and Little Comberton

Our landscaped gardens and stunning facade are an impressive sight when arriving at Bricklehamton. Once inside, you’ll be as impressed by our warmth, friendliness and dedication to high quality care as you
are by the building itself.

Bricklehampton Hall - Location

Our bedrooms

Spacious, En-suite Private Rooms

Our bedrooms are designed to provide each individual with a private, welcoming and safe place which promotes a good night’s sleep. While the majority of our rooms are single rooms with en-suite facilities, we do offer double bedrooms for those who want to be with a loved one, a friend or to enjoy the company of a room-mate.

Elegant yet homely

Each room is decorated in an elegant yet homely style and finished to a high standard. Residents are encouraged to personalise their room by decorating it with cherished possessions such as pictures, photos, ornaments and other personal items. Although all rooms are fully furnished, some residents like to bring in small items of their own furniture. Personalising rooms can help people to settle in, enhance their sense of identity and provide useful and important talking-points for the staff to engage people in meaningful conversation.

All bedrooms come equipped with a Freeview TV and phone point, ensuring that residents are able to enjoy their favourite TV programmes and keep in contact with friends and relatives.

Bricklehampton Hall - Bedroom
Bricklehampton Hall - Bedroom
Bricklehampton Hall - Bedroom

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Communal areas

Alongside the beautiful bedrooms

Bricklehampton Hall offers three large reception rooms and two conservatories which overlook the beautiful gardens. The rooms are used for mealtimes, activities, showing films and socialising with friends and family, creating a warm and vibrant atmosphere.

Bricklehampton Hall also features its own hairdressing salon and in-house hairdresser. Visiting the hairdresser is very therapeutic for many of our residents, helping to maintain dignity and self respect and making people feel good about themselves.

We also have two Therapy baths which residents very much enjoy as well as a custom wifi solution to ensure our residents have access anywhere in the home.

Bricklehampton Hall - Dining
Bricklehampton Hall - Pub
Bricklehampton Hall - Dining


Whhelchair accessable landscaped gardens

Our extensive landscaped gardens provide an ideal opportunity for fresh air, exercise and sunlight – all of which is proven to be vital to wellbeing and mental health. The gardens are wheelchair accessible and equipped with garden furniture, offering residents the chance to sit in a peaceful and comfortable outdoor space and soak up the stunning scenery.

Bricklehampton Hall - Garden
Bricklehampton Hall - Garden
Bricklehampton Hall - Garden
I would like to express my most sincere gratitude to all the staff who made the last few months of my sister’s life better than could have been achieved anywhere else. The love and care that she was given could not be surpassed. Everyone was so kind and caring and I know that my sister really felt that she was among friends. My thanks go out to all of you. When my time comes, I only hope that I will be in such a wonderful place and with such wonderful people to look after me.
John L (Brother of Resident) – published on 14 May 2023

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Making the move to Bricklehampton Hall

We understand that moving home can be a stressful time at any time of life. The decision to move to a nursing home can be a tough one. To help make the transition as smooth as possible, we take the time to get to know each resident’s needs and preferences.

We build relationships with family members to gather information about their life, personality and preferences. We also encourage people to personalise their surroundings with familiar items which will make them feel at home.

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