Operating under the same family ownership since 2002, Hedges House Residential Care Home in Lytham has established itself as one of the finest and best respected care homes on the Fylde Coast. Originally the residence of one of Queen Victoria’s favourite court photographers, Hedges House has been refurbished to a high standard with new facilities and aids providing comfort and convenience for all residents.
The establishment aims to provide dignified care from experienced and long-serving staff, committed to providing a safe, stimulating and homely environment for all residents irrespective of their level of dependency. Residents are encouraged to live full, interesting and independent lives.
Under the professional Management of Michelle Neville, Hedges House has been awarded the highest possible accreditations and levels of compliancy set out by the Care Quality Commission, reflecting excellence in both quality of care and standards of accommodation. In addition, the home has held the Investors in People Award since 2004.
Under the professional management of Michelle Neville, the continuing aim of Hedges House is to achieve the highest levels of compliancy set out by the Care Quality Commission, reflecting excellence in both standards of care and quality of accommodation.
Located at the mouth of the Ribble Estuary, Lytham was a thriving fishing and shrimping community for over a thousand years before the industrial revolution turned it into the residential location of choice for wealthy Lancashire industrialists.
The many fine Victorian and Edwardian residences they built, including Hedges House, maintain the elegance and old fashioned charm of this genteel town, nicknamed ‘Leafy Lytham’ after its many tree-lined streets
Hedges House itself is within easy reach of Lytham Town Centre, the promenade, the recently restored windmill and the beautiful Lowther Gardens with its theatre and bowling green. Just a short walk from Hedges House you’ll find excellent shops, quaint cafes and speciality food stores catering for all tastes.
With its peaceful parks and gardens, beautiful old half-timbered buildings and lovely sandy beach, it’s easy to see why Lytham is such a popular town to retire to.