Whether you are looking for emergency short-stay admissions or respite care, through to complex long-term cases and everything in between, the common theme is quality of care.
Both homes neighbour each other in an idyllic area of outstanding natural beauty on the edge of the Surrey Hills. The 30 acres of gardens with natural wildlife, resident Ryland sheep, two Dartmoor ponies and a string of horses offer a relaxed environment for care, promoting excellent wellbeing for our residents.
Both care homes are located only 20 minutes from Farnham, Guildford, Midhurst and Petersfield. Conveniently located just off the A3 London to Portsmouth Road.
Since Huntington House was purchased as a derelict building in 1977 by our entrepreneurial founder and nurse, Marilyn Hoare, the motto has been clear
Marilyn is still working hard as an integral part of the business. Joined by husband Geoff, Finance Director, son Charlie, Managing Director and daughter Sarah, Director and a dedicated team of caregivers the atmosphere is always friendly, safe and relaxed. Read more about us.
Huntington House is dedicated to improving the quality of life and well-being of the residents in our care.
At Langham Court, dementia care home, we follow the 'Dementia Care Matters' model which focuses on connecting with residents on an emotional level, enabling as much independence as possible and matching the care to the stage of dementia. Discover more about our specialist dementia care.
Every day is an open day, so please pop in and visit at any time, there is no need to book an appointment. If, however, you would like to sit and talk to one of the team, please contact us to arrange a visit.
Huntington House provides a holistic approach to care, with modern methods of nursing and traditional values.Read more >
Langham Court brings a different approach to dementia care, with the emphasis on our residents' emotions rather than their dementia.Read more >
Dr Nick Cavill, health promotion consultant on the NHS Choices website states “As people get older and their bodies decline in function, physical activity helps to slow that decline. It’s important they remain active or even increase their activity as they get older”.Read Article »