Paxton Hall is an impressive Grade II listed building of high architectural value with large impressive grounds and mature trees. The original house dates back to the Elizabethan times when it was rebuilt and renovated in 1738. The stately home was converted into a modern residential care home in the early eighties and a new wing was added in 1988/9.
Paxton Hall offers the following accommodation and facilities:
- 31 single rooms and 4 double rooms on ground and first floor(some with en-suite facilities).
- Most of the rooms have profile beds that can be adjusted to suit the resident’s needs. However, some residents like to sleep in conventional divan beds.
- 4 sitting rooms
- A Conservatory
- Call bell system in all spaces enabling residents to call for assistance
- Full fire alarm system
- Fully equipped kitchen and laundry
- Passenger lift for access to the first floor
- A selection of specially equipped bathrooms
- Other special equipment and adaptations
In addition the home has mature, tranquil and landscaped gardens as well as two enclosed courtyards with a patio. Residents are encouraged to take up gardening if they so wish.