The Building and the Facilities

Built in the 18th century, and tastefully extended in the 1980s, Netherclay House has thirty-four bedrooms—both single and suitable for couples.

In addition, there are also 5 self contained apartments in the grounds.

There are three sitting rooms and a dining room where residents can socialise.

Every room is luxuriously decorated. The sitting rooms contain books, board games and a computer. Various armchairs and coffee tables make these spaces a great place to enjoy the day.

Two passenger lifts service the first floors.

The Bedrooms

Netherclay House has a variety of rooms, some large some smaller. We offer a choice of single and double rooms, with pleasant views.

Rooms have a nurse call system with call points in both the bedroom and the bathroom.

There are television and telephone points.

Residents are welcome to bring furniture and familiar items to make their room their own.

Pets are also welcome.


Netherclay House offers five self-contained apartments in the grounds, close to the main home. The apartments offer the same level of care and support as the main care home during the day—help with getting up, washing, dressing etc.—while also providing greater independence.

Residents can use all the facilities and services provided by the main home—entertainment, sitting rooms, dining room, chiropody etc.