Daily life at King's Court
We believe in the personal touch
Not only does King's Court deliver state-of-the-art facilities combined with enviable luxury, it also exudes a warm and welcoming atmosphere sure to be loved by residents and their families. At Kingsley, we pride ourselves on extending the nurturing feeling of family to all our homes.
Many new residents are nervous about moving into a care home and their apprehension is often shared by their family too. We make the process as easy as possible. We’ll assess your relative’s needs and work with the rest of the family to ensure that we understand the prospective resident as an individual.Book a visit
Once your relative has joined us, we’ll welcome them into the family and introduce them to the numerous activities they may want to enjoy.
We always extend the personal touch, whether our new resident is drinking a relaxing glass of bubbly with their new friends or spending some quiet time with a staff member.
Daily Life at King's Court
Residents at King's Court will be supported to live life as fully and independently as possible. Nothing is too much for our staff when it comes to the happiness of our residents. Socialising with other residents, families and the wider community will be made easy with our lively community cafe and relaxing lounges. Our staff are always on hand to support residents in their activities and maximise everyone’s enjoyment.
Our landscaped garden is the perfect place for outdoor activities or simply to relax in the north Norfolk sunshine. For those seeking a pamper treat, we have an on-site hair and beauty salon. We encourage residents' families to join in our varied events and activities. From seaside outings and yoga sessions to painting classes and live music, there will never be a dull moment at King's Court.
Mealtimes at King's Court
We’re very proud of our food. A positive mealtime experience is key to our residents' mental and physical wellbeing. Our head chef will lead a skilled team who are passionate about serving up five-star quality every day, using the finest produce from the fields of north Norfolk. The appetites of older people can wane so it is essential to provide menus that tempt and excite. On special family occasions, residents can avail themselves of our private dining facilities. We also boast an extensive wine and spirits list – Champagne often accompanies our picnics.
Mealtimes should be a social occasion and friends and family will be welcome to join residents for lunch or dinner in our bright and beautifully designed cafe.