Holmers House – Care Home

Holmers House – Care Home

Holmers House – Care Home


Holmers Farm Way
Cressex Road
High Wycombe
HP12 4PU

Manager: Martyn Browne

Tel: 01494 769560

Fax: 01494 769566

Types of care

  • Residential Care
  • Older People
  • Dementia
  • Physical impairments
  • Sensory impairments
  • Respite Care
  • Palliative Care
  • Convalescent Care

Holmers House is a purpose built care home and has specially designed accommodation for older people living with dementia.

It has 48 en-suite rooms, divided between its three self-contained units, each of which has its own living room and dining room. All three units have access to the home’s wheelchair accessible, landscaped gardens.

Residents are supported by the staff to live as independently as their health conditions will allow and care is personalised to meet each person’s level of need.  Our staff team have built a warm and welcoming enviroment for residents and have all been trained by the Alzheimers’ Society to support people with varying levels of need.



Services and Facilities

  • Single rooms, all with:
    - En-suite shower facilities
    - TV aerial point
    - Telephone point
    - 24-hour Emergency Call System
  • Rooms can be personalised with personal furniture and belongings, ornaments and photographs
  • Assisted bathrooms are also available
  • Housekeeping team
  • Staff training accredited by the Alzheimer’s Society
  • Varied and interesting activities each day reflecting the interests of individuals
  • Light and airy communal lounges with large plasma TVs
  • Fully accesssible gardens and outside space
  • Three nutritionally balanced meals a day, with flexibility and choice to suit all ethnic and religious requirements
  • Hot and cold drinks and snacks available between meals, including finger food and fresh fruit
  • Special equipment to enable people to eat more independently is available
  • Visitors room available for relatives
  • District Nurses and Community Psychiatric Nurses also visit if needed
  • Arrangements to see local GP's, private chiropody, dental, optical and other healthcare needs can be supported and arranged.

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Further Information

For more detailed information about Holmers House please see our PDF brochure. Download HERE

The Care Quality Commission's inspection reports can be viewed here



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Admissions Policy & Fees

Self-Funders & Local Authority funded places available.

Prices from £966 per week.

For information on availability of rooms through Social Services please contact your local Social Services department and request an assessment with a view to a placement at Holmers House. 

For information on availability of privately funded places please call us on: 01494 769560  to discuss your requirements and arrange a visit.




Holmers House
Holmers Farm Way
Cressex Road
High Wycombe
HP12 4PU

Telephone: 01494 769560

Fax: 01494 769566

Email: HolmersHse@heritagecare.co.uk

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Befrienders scheme

Linda Francis, the activity organiser at Holmers House, runs an increasing sized team of volunteer Befrienders, who really add to the quality of life and well-being of the residents there.

Linda explains that they are an integral part of the team by supporting the residents, all of whom have a diagnosis of dementia, by improving the quality of the residents’ lives by providing companionship, support and stimulation. They are also involved with activities and outings, and by helping out at the fetes and other in-house events.

All the Befrienders are given proper training and on-going support, to ensure that both they and the residents can benefit as much as possible from the Befriending role and experience.

One of the regular befrienders, Janice, explains that ‘I really love older people and the befriending brings me a lot of social fulfilment, being part of a team where I also have a lot of fun and laughter, and feel involved by improving the quality of life for residents.’

She adds that befriending encourages increased working with the community by bringing members of the wider community into the Home, and also by encouraging increased visits out to community – even just sitting out in the park with a resident watching the world go by, as part of that everyday community involvement, is so important to them.

‘We enjoy the activities and outings as much as the residents do, and the individual friendships we build with them is very meaningful and heart-warming, and really adds something special to their everyday lives.’

If you would like to join our Befrienders team at Holmers House contact Linda Francis at the home.

News & Events

Click on the link(s) below to read about news and events at Holmers House:

Dementia Awareness Event June 2016

Holmers House resident gets her ATA badge

Fundraiser for Holmers House

Holmers House garden gets a makeover