Felbury House is part of the Greys Care Group, achievers of the "Investors in People" award and providers of quality care services to the elderly for more than 25 years. This retirement home is professionally run by a fully qualified caring team and managed by a family committed to offering the highest standards of care, accommodation, and lifestyle choices to those over 65.
This home is a luxurious, recently developed care facility situated in the picture postcard village of Holmbury St Mary. We have close links to those in Dorking, Surrey, and the larger towns of Guildford and Cranleigh, as well as the neighbouring villages of Shere, Gomshall and Abinger.
The communal areas are beautifully furnished with open fireplaces, spacious dining areas, and a refreshments bar serving complimentary tea and coffee. An assortment of wines, soft drinks, and light refreshments are served 24 hours a day.
Offering unrivalled accommodation, individual care, attention at all times, and a welcoming atmosphere, we can accommodate up to 30 residents in six apartments and 22 suites of various sizes and layouts. All apartments are fully equipped and are in excess of 33m2.
All rooms have their own bathroom or shower, kitchen/ dining areas,and a living area. If you prefer, you may furnish your rooms with your personal belongings or have interior designers furnish the rooms according to your tastes.
Outside, wonderful views of the surrounding countryside can be enjoyed from many rooms. A children's play area to the front offers the opportunity for visiting younger guests and the surrounding wooded hills are very popular with horse riders, walkers, and cyclists.
Holmbury St Mary village is widely acknowledged to be one of Surrey's prettiest villages. It has a fine church, a village hall, a duck pond, and several fine pubs and restaurants. Many activities are on offer for those wishing to venture out, including canal boat rides on the River Thames and the River Wey, and also visits to local places of interest. RHS Wisley Gardens and Guildford Cathedral are favourites, with Buckingham Palace a little further away.
A full activities programme is developed monthly in advance and includes weekly "memory lane" activities, light exercise to music, art studio meetings, needle craft sessions, weekly performing afternoon artists, bridge, and chess.
Visiting professionals such as chiropodists, opticians, physiotherapists, and hairdressers are regular visitors.