Gorseway Manor Residential Care Home is at the heart of Gorseway Park’s residential community, set in four acres of beautiful parkland on Hayling Island in Hampshire.
Gorseway Park is a retirement village that gives options for healthy retirement living, comprising independent leasehold apartments, the traditional Manor Care Home and the purpose built Gorseway Nursing Home all on the same site.
Re-opened in May 2019 after a £1.3m refurbishment, it has been brought up to the high standards expected of all Agincare care and nursing homes.
Here at Hayling Island, our care home offers all the comforts of home — away from the resident’s home.
We design our residential care homes with your loved one’s comfort and needs in mind. Each room is styled for comfort. We also encourage our residents to bring their special possessions to make their rooms more homely.
Once our residents arrive, our carers welcome them with open arms to make them feel at home immediately. You and your loved one will have peace of mind knowing our Hayling Island care home will be like a real home for them.
We understand that families have real concerns over the safety of residents at this time and would like to provide reassurance that we are doing everything in our power to minimise the risk of our care home residents getting COVID-19.
Our village-style residential care home is in a stunning location. It sits across from Hayling Island’s Blue Flag-winning beach and next to a lovely golf course (perfect for elderly residents who love to golf!). We are also easily accessible. Our community is within reach of the M27 and A27 and only ten miles from Portsmouth.
Fees start from £695 per week and funding may be available.
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Our Hayling Island residential care home is furnished to the highest standards of home care.
We want our residents to feel secure while enjoying a friendly, homely and comfortable environment. Residents can enjoy leisure time alone or meet new people at our communal lounge, which offers plenty of space for solo or group activities.
In terms of communication, our residential care home has Wi-Fi and we provide iPad tablets for residents so they can call their loved ones via Skype or other messaging apps. Visitors can also bring their devices and connect to the Internet to show loved ones photos and videos or to play games.
Our care home has en-suite single bedrooms across the ground floor and first floor. Some of these rooms can accommodate couples (depending on availability).
Residents are free to personalise their rooms with their furniture or mementoes. By adding their possessions, they can create a familiar and cosy environment. This also gives our staff better insight into the resident’s history and what matters to them.
As well as 32 beautifully appointed en-suite bedrooms, the care home features a number of communal rooms that can be enjoyed with other members of the community. There is a TV room / lounge, perfect for watching your favourite programmes, and a sun-lounge used by leaseholders from the Gorseway community to relax and socialise.
There are a range of bedrooms available, including five luxury suites with lounge areas, bedroom and bathroom.
There is also an iconic ballroom that has been painstakingly restored to its former glory from which residents can enjoy delicious meals freshly prepared by our chefs. The ballroom is also perfect for dancing the night away!
Gorseway Manor offers a great quality of life with the reassurance that person-centred care is always available as and when you might need it.
“Gorseway Park is a lovely site on Hayling Island Seafront, with a nursing home, care home and 75 independent living flats. The nursing home was inspected by the CQC in May 2019, and when we received our rating we had very mixed emotions.
“I would encourage you to read the full CQC report. It describes how we support people, treating them with dignity and respect, and involving them as partners in their care. However, I am disappointed that the CQC rated us as ‘requires improvement’ in all of the five categories.
“As a new provider at Gorseway Park we are working extremely hard to improve the home and support the good work being achieved right across the site. We have invested people, money and time in understanding the home, the site and the Island. The whole team is committed to working with residents, families, staff and the local community to make it a home that the Island can be proud of.
“We are determined to respond positively to the points raised by the CQC inspectors. We have already put an action plan in place to make sure we are complying with the regulations, have the necessary staffing levels, and that all of our documentation is current, relevant and effective. We are always looking to see how changes to the home might improve our residents’ lives. We are confident of a more positive rating when the CQC inspectors return to Gorseway, and are determined to show them that we’ve listened to and acted on their recommendations.
“We are grateful to residents, families, staff and the local community for all their support during our initial development phase. We always welcome people coming to Gorseway to see the nursing home, care home and independent living flats for themselves, and meet the team and the residents. Our door is always open for you to come and have a chat and a cuppa with a member of the senior team – we look forward to showing you round.”
“Gorseway Park is a recent acquisition for Agincare. Although there are areas in which we need to improve, we are up for the challenge. We want to build a strong team, who are committed to delivering great care for residents, in a friendly and respectful way. Together, we are determined that Gorseway is going to be the residential home of choice on Hayling Island.”
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