Priory Court Care has been sympathetically refurbished to provide a comfortable home for our residents in the heart of Burnham-On-Sea. Our lounge and dining areas are warm and welcoming places where residents can relax and socialise in comfort. Priory Court is set in extensive gardens which residents enjoy throughout the year.
Our 29 bedrooms are various shapes and sizes, with each one offering a bright and airy space for residents to call their own. People are encouraged to personalise their rooms with their keepsakes, providing a real talking point and opportunity for us to get to know them better. Each room has an en-suite shower to promote independence with the resident’s dignity and privacy respected at all times.
Our lounge on the ground floor at Priory Court is comfortable and tastefully furnished, making you feel instantly at home and relaxed. Our newly renovated lounge in The Rookery Suite on the top floor delivers a real wow factor and boasts wonderful roof-top views over Burnham-on-sea.
Our ground floor dining room is bright and comfortable, tables are set ready for the forthcoming meal making mealtimes comfortable and dignified whilst still being a sociable occasion. On the top floor, the dining area in the Rookery Suite is a quiet, luxurious space to dine in style.
Our extensive gardens enable us to invite local organisations to get involved with our home; we love to see people from the local community coming together at events such as our annual Summer Fair. In our courtyard garden, a local street artist has created a vibrant mural of our beach and lighthouse here at Burnham-on-sea, bringing the seaside right into our home.
Vicki was previously Deputy Manager at another one of Country Court's Homes and is is a dedicated Home Manager, who is passionate about delivering the highest standards in care and quality of life. Vicki operates an open-door policy and welcomes families and residents to pop in for a chat.
Rachel creates and leads stimulating and entertaining activities for the residents at Priory Court to take part in and enjoy. Rachel also organises days out for residents that continue to keep them involved in the local community.