Mount Ephraim House is managed by Greensleeves Care, a not-for-profit charitable organisation. The original house was used by King Charles II and Nell Gwyn as a hunting lodge. Many rooms have original wooden panelling and carved ceilings. It is an impressive building with well-kept sheltered gardens and walkways. Mount Ephraim House is the residents' home and they are always involved in everything that happens within it. A panel of residents even interview potential new staff, to ensure that they have a say in who is caring for them. The home always offers a varied menu that caters for all tastes and requirements, with residents regularly contributing new menu ideas.
We always recommend that before selecting or making any important decisions about a care home you take the time to check that it is right for your or your relative's particular circumstances. Any description and indication of services and facilities on this page have been provided to us by the relevant care home and we cannot take any responsibility for any errors or other inaccuracies. However, please email us on the address you will find on our About us page if you think any of the information on this page is missing and / or incorrect.