A complex costing £8.5 million, comprising 60 en-suite bedrooms, a hair salon, cinema and beach huts is to open next month.
Linden House in Hampshire looks like a high-end country hotel but is in fact, a care home that’s been developed for dementia patients. The state of the art complex has been developed not only so that people suffering with dementia can live in luxury but also so that they can improve their condition by stimulating their memory.
Colour coordinated doors help residents find their way around the large, three storey building and the enclosed outside space with themed gardens, gazebos and beach huts that reflect the town’s past, stimulating their memories.
Residents really do have everything they need, a shop themed area, a full-time hairdresser, spaces that present landscapes and other recognisable features around Lymington.
Although this really is the house of luxury, it does come at a price. The cost of being a resident at Linden House, in one of the large en-suite rooms, starts at £980.