Lydia Eva Court is NorseCare's newest residential care home, specialising in care for people living with dementia. We have a number of large ensuite rooms available for people paying privately for their care. The home has a number of communal living areas, dining rooms, quiet areas and a cafe. There are beautiful landscaped gardens to enjoy. Please contact us using any of the contact details set out on this page.
Lydia Eva Court
Who to contact
Where to go
- Lydia Eva Court
- NR31 7PZ
- Area served
- Lowestoft, Beccles, Suffolk Coastal, North Lowestoft, Suffolk, Oulton Broad, Kessingland, Waveney, Bungay
- Parking details
- Large Car park available
- Restrictions to access
- No restrictions, full disabled access
- Age Groups
- Disabled Parking, Wheelchair Access, Lift, Adapted Toilet, Audio Loop
- Accreditation details
- CQC registered
Lydia Eva Court is our new care home in Gorleston. It is a wonderfully designed home built over 2 floors with a beautiful reception and communal areas and gardens. It provides residential care, specialising in caring for people who are living with dementia.
The home has been designed so that residents can live in 6 small communities with up to 15 rooms in each area. The architects took advice from Stirling University, world-renowned experts in the design of buildings for people living with dementia. Residents have their own well-appointed room with large ensuite facilities and there are comfortable and welcoming communal lounges overlooking beautiful, landscaped gardens.
At the front of the home is a cafe area which is a lovely space for residents, families, children and grandchildren to use. The landscaped gardens have wonderfully smelling plants and flowers, designed to stimulate all senses with circular pathways.
Meals are freshly prepared in the main kitchen by our on site catering staff and served in the dining room of each area of the home. We provide a varied seasonal menu which are reviewed regularly. Where possible, we can cater for special diets and individual requests.
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