Useful Information about Cove House

If you would like to find out more about us, please contact us, or come and visit us. If you'd like to read our report on the Care Quality Commission website you can find it here: Cove House CQC Report


Our Waiting List

Although we usually have a waiting list, please always enquire with us because rooms do often become available. If you or a family member are finding life at home difficult, please don't wait! Enquire with us and we can talk you through the support that we can offer at Cove House and discuss whether it might be suitable for you. Please note that we don't provide specialist nursing care or specialist dementia care. 

Visitors

Visitors are free to come and go at any time other than at meal times which are restricted to residents only. Visitors are always welcomed from early morning until late evening and we like to extend a warm welcome to all friends and family members.

The Abbeyfield Family

Cove House is part of The Abbeyfield Family, a registered charity that provides care homes. To find out more about The Abbeyfield Family you can visit their website here: https://www.abbeyfield.com/

Doctors

We encourage residents to transfer to our local doctor's Surgery so that there is one single point of contact with doctors. A weekly drop in surgery is held at Cove House itself. However, if residents would like to keep their usual doctor, they are welcome to do so.

Funding

We don't provide information or advice on sources of funding for care. To find out more about this one useful source can be found here.

Donations and Legacies

As a registered charity we welcome donations and legacies to Cove House. If you would like to donate to us, please contact us via phone or email.

Fees

Our fees start at £750 per week. Detailed information about all our fees is available upon request and our rates depend on the level of support required.

Our Annual Report

Our Annual Report which can also be found on the Charity Commission website can be found here.

We're part of the Abbeyfield family

A peace of mind home from home and care community.

About Abbeyfield
Abbeyfield
Cove House

Right from the moment Mum moved into Cove House, I've had complete confidence in the home's provision for her safety and wellbeing. I feel lucky that we found Cove House when living alone independently ceased to be viable for Mum. We looked at over twenty other residential care homes and Cove House was the stand-out best.

Julie Bootland

Daughter of Resident

Caring staff, good food, feels safe!

Tracey

Daughter of Resident

As a resident of Cove House I know what it means to care. It's not just the usual carers tasks which they do cheerfully, but the many thoughtful extras they intuit I need. I will never forget the day I was having a really rough time and the carer spontaneously put her arms around me in comforting hug. I could add the small acts of kindness like shopping for vegan pate and feeding the birds and watering my plants and bringing me gingerbread cookies. Special thanks to the cooks who cater magnificently. I have never felt so cared for in my life

Lynne

Resident