Loughton Hall is a 33-bed residential home registered to provide care for 33 elderly people. The Home is set in approximately two acres of grounds situated in the heart of picturesque Loughton, Essex. That has been converted from a Queen Anne style Grade II listed building/manor. The manor has undergone an extensive renovation programme and has been very sympathetically restored to its forma glory. The Home has been beautifully furnished to a very high specification and all bedrooms benefit from having their own private en-suite facility. There is a private disabled access to St. Nicholas Church. Loughton Hall is conveniently located close to all local amenities and transport links.
Loughton Hall was replaced by the present building by Reverend J. W. Maitland who re-built the manor in 1878. The Maitland family held the manor for much of the 19th century. Amongst its occupiers consisted of Mary Tudor before she became queen of England in 1553. It has played host to many Royals including Queen Elizabeth in 1561 and 1578, as well as King James 1 in 1605.
Loughton Hall is managed by a Registered Manager and supported by qualified, experienced, and friendly staff. All our staff are fully trained with all statutory training with in-depth dementia training, many holding N.V.Q. Level II certificates. Our staff are highly motivated and consistently go the extra mile in assisting the residents to live life to the full potential.
We care for adults over the age of 65 years, including married couples or partners. For more details on the care offered by Loughton Hall please click on “Our Care”.
Veecare Homes strive to provide the best care we can and welcome any comments and suggestions to further improve our services to the community.