Luxury Residential Care in Mere, Wiltshire
At Bramley House we provide quality care in a relaxing environment and beautiful location.
Bramley House is situated in the historical village of Mere just beneath the South Downs. Mere itself offers a host of amenities including a post office, several inns, shops and tea room.
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The facilities at Bramley House include beautiful and individually-styled bedrooms, a variety of living and dining spaces to relax in and a luxury hair salon. Our spacious orangery with patio looks onto the landscaped garden with its pond and pergolas. The raised beds make it possible for residents to enjoy the flowers and for anyone wishing to be more energetic to join in with any gardening activities.
Our team of dedicated care staff are trained to provide round the clock quality care for all residents and are trained to help any residents living with dementia.
Our on-site kitchen produces a variety of home cooked meals using fresh produce. We cater for a wide range of tastes and dietary requirements.
Activities co-ordinators provide a busy schedule of engaging events and activities so residents remain active and engaged.
“Thank you for the exemplary care you gave to Dad at Bramley House for the time he was with you, and the comfort you gave to the family. I cannot write too highly of this from yourself [manager] at the top through to the most junior of your team.”
“…a big thank you for your patience, understanding, also those who in any way cared and helped [name] for the short time whilst [name] was at Bramley House.”
“…thank you so much for all you did for [name] while he was with you.”
“I would also like to thank you for the care you gave Dad not only did you give him a high standard of care but you showed patience, understanding and kindness.”
“I cannot thank you enough for the respect, care, understanding and support which was not only given to my grandma, but also to the rest of my family and indeed myself.”