Thank you for considering Wavertree House, we offer you specialist support and 24 hour care in a relaxed, homely environment.

We aim to:

  • respect your individual needs and wishes
  • help you maintain your independence
  • make life easier for you.

As a home committed to excellence we are registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and are a founder member of The National Skills Academy for Social Care.

Located in the heart of Hove, East Sussex, our care home is only a 10 minute drive from Brighton beach, and a short walk to cafes and restaurants.

Our aim is to make your move in to our home as smooth as possible.

All of our residents benefit from a personalised support plan, so you can be sure you will get the right level of care for your needs. Whether you choose to stay with us for respite, short-term care, or for longer, we will fully assess your needs and agree a care plan with you.

For your leisure time, our social programmes aim to enable you to continue to do the things you enjoy. See the Hobbies and activities section for more information. When it comes to meals, our catering team can adapt our delicious menus to fit in with any personal preferences you may have.

We understand that making the decision to move into a care home can be a difficult time. We hope that the information in this booklet can answer any questions you may have about our home, but should you have any specific queries, please get in touch with us and we will be happy to answer them.

With best wishes,
Jennie Whitfield
Registered Manager Wavertree House

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Our Facilities!

Wavertree house is located close to local shops, we also have beautiful gardens for residents to use when we have lovely British weather.

We have a lift available for residents that require one. Here at Wavertree we also offer a minibus or other transport while also being near public transport. The residents may have their own furniture if required and have their pets by arrangement. Residents have access to a phone point in own room/mobile if necessary.

We also have a residents kitchenette, also providing residents with a television point in own room. To gain access to our building we provide wheelchair access. We want to make our facilities as comfortable as possible for residents.



The type of service we provide is Care Home only (Residential Care) – Registered for a maximum of 36 Service Users.

Our registered care categories* are: Old Age and Sensory Impairment. *Registered with regulator ‘Care Quality Commission (CQC)’ to provide these categories of care

Our Specialist Care Category is Visual Impairment, but we also offer other care such as Independent Living Training and Own GP if required.


Volunteering for Wavertree House is a rewarding experience, and can make an enormous difference to the lives of blind and partially sighted people. To find out more about volunteering opportunities, please contact us

For an informal chat about the volunteer roles available at Wavertree House call us on 01273 26 22 00.

We strive to ensure that our residents live their lives to the full, not just adding years to their lives, but more importantly life to their years.