Luxury care in an elegant home with period features

Brooke House is set in strikingly beautiful countryside on the edge of the village of Brooke, close to Norwich.

The quiet rural location, conveniently situated for quick road access to wide areas of Norfolk and Suffolk, provides a perfect setting for residential, dementia and respite care.

The elegant former country home of the Mackintosh (of chocolate fame) family preserves many of its exquisite period features. It has been decorated and furnished in a way to cherish its history while delivering modern comfort to our residents.

Brookefields is our thoughtfully designed extension offering a secure but comfortable environment for Kingsley’s acclaimed person-centred dementia care.

The home’s four acres of gardens, which combine lawns with beautiful flower beds, are popular with residents in all seasons.

Families have the assurance of a Care Quality Commission report that is rated good overall.



Brooke Gardens, Brooke, Norwich, NR15 1JH

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Positive CQC report for Brooke House Luxury Care Home

During the Coronavirus pandemic, the Care Quality Commission has suspended its normal inspections, replacing them with inquiries into how care homes have handled the crisis.

You will see from the attached CQC report that Brooke House Luxury Care Home has reassuringly taken all necessary steps to manage this difficult situation.

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Mother's Day

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