To cater for individual choice and preference in relation to conversation and TV viewing, there are three lounges and a separate dining room.
There are regular activities and regularly entertainers visit within the home.
There is an Activities Coordinator employed in the Home who offers a wide range of activities and craftwork.
The Activities Coordinator also plans regular outings and events with the use of our mini-bus.
Davenham Hall nursing home in Cheshire is a beautiful Georgian Listed Grade 2 house constructed around 1822. The building has been renovated to a very high standard to retain many of its architectural features and many who visit are impressed by Davenham Hall’s building, garden and friendly professional atmosphere.
As Davenham Hall and The Barns are set in their own beautiful grounds, residents often enjoy the countryside views in the gardens, and some even have a game of golf on the pitch and putt course.
As it is approximately half a mile from Davenham village centre there are plenty of local facilities whilst still offering a glorious rural setting. The Home is set in six and a half acres of attractive gardens with ample car parking space for visitors. The Barns provides specialised care for 27 EMI residents. All visitors are welcomed. If you would like to book a tour of the home please contact the manager directly, who will be more than pleased to assist you.
Accept direct referrals
Accept referrals from Local authorities
Respite and short stays (subject to availability)
All services that our residents need to fulfil their lives are arranged at Davenham
Congratulations to our winners in Springcare’s Pumpkin carving competition 2021. All our homes took part in carving pumpkins and our three winners are below. Well done to all that took part: 1st place – Newton Hall in Frodsham 2nd place – Weston House in Whitchurch 3rd place – Sandiway Lodge in NorthwichRead more…
As I reflect over the past year, I recognise that all of our personal and work lives have changed significantly in so many ways, and the challenges that we have faced have been immense. Each and every one of you have been at the heart of the response to the pandemic, whether it be front line working in the care homes, or…Read more…