Saffrons is an independently run residential care home, registered with CQC for older people. The Home is located in Saffrons Road, around the corner from the Town Hall, in the attractive Lower Meads area of Eastbourne. The Edwardian House is designed and built as part of the Duke of Devonshire and enjoys an open space overlooking Saffrons park as well distant view of the South Downs. The Home is within walking distance of the town centre, the public library, local shops and railway station. The seafront with the pier and famous Carpet Gardens are only half a mile from the Home.
Saffrons Care Home offers quality accommodation ideal for retired ladies and gentlemen who wish to benefit from living in a caring, homely environment. The Home comprises of fifteen single and four double-sized rooms almost all of which have en-suite facilities. All residents’ rooms have fitted carpets, telephone/ television points, are centrally heated and are connected to a Nurse call system. Accommodation is on three levels with a modern, comfortable passenger lift to all floors.
The focal points on the ground floor are the spacious comfortable lounges and the large, and furnished dining room. The attractive oak-panelled entrance hall and the original stained-glass windows add to the ambience of the Home.
At Saffrons we offer residential care to older people with varying levels of needs. All of our residents have their own personal care plan, recognising their individual needs and wishes. We provide freshly home cooked hot lunch with varied choices that meet the needs of our residents. We run a varied programme of activities prepared and designed to provide entertainment, and stimulation for our residents.
Saffrons has an ambience of warm, caring and homely environment needed by the elderly residents within our care. We have qualified, experienced, and friendly team who care for our residents like family. The care staff are accredited to meet the care standards for a good care home.
The home is regulated by CQC and has an overall “GOOD” rating. We are also inspected by the local authority, fire authority, food standards authority and conduct regular meetings with the local social services team to make improvements.
We aim to enhance quality of life by enabling people in our care to make informed choices about their daily life. We actively engage with residents and relatives, encouraging regular feedback and ensuring the people in our care are as independent as possible.