In the heart of town but still in peaceful surroundings
Mountbatten Lodge is situated in Hemel Hempstead in a quiet residential area. The home is in the heart of the town and the retail park and other amenities are close by. Mountbatten Lodge is a purpose built home that offers a range of care services for the older community. The care home offers include residential care, respite breaks and specialist dementia care.
Mountbatten Lodge care home has a wide range of communal areas including lounges, cosy corners and lovely dining rooms to give it a homely feel. There are plenty of opportunities to socialise and spend your time with others. However, the home recognises that residents may also enjoy the privacy of their own room.
All bedrooms are fully furnished with en-suite facilities. Residents are encouraged to bring in their own possessions and make the room their own.
Inside Mountbatten Lodge care home, you will find the lovely Aunty Peg’s Café. Residents can sit and enjoy a tea or coffee and homemade cake whilst visiting with family and friends.
Mountbatten Lodge has a team of Activity Care Workers who are very experienced and on hand to plan a wide range of activities These enjoyable and fun activities include arts and crafts, entertainment, gentle exercise and fun trips and outings. There is always plenty to do and residents are welcome to join in with as much or as little as they like.
Services and Facilities
Mountbatten Lodge care home has many other extra services and facilities that include an En-suite toilet; Furnished rooms and own furniture welcomed; Nurse call system; Secure access to building; Telephone and TV point in bedroom; Kitchen facilities available to families; Internet access/Wi-Fi; Landscaped gardens; Quiet area; Sensory garden; TV lounge; Laundry; Full Activity Programme; Day trips; Best Friends Café; Lift; Full disabled access; Shop; Visitors’ onsite parking; Resident meetings and Pets are welcome.
The home also has extra fantastic facilities that include Chiropody; Hairdressing salon; Massage; Newspaper/magazine delivery; Access to place of worship; Visiting faith leaders; Visiting support services and a Sweet trolley.