An elegant manor house in a delightful rural setting


Thorp House is in the picturesque Norfolk village of Griston, close to the market town of Watton and within easy reach of Attleborough, Dereham and Thetford.

The peaceful setting is the perfect place for high quality nursing, residential, dementia and respite care.
Our characterful home is set in extensive, well-maintained gardens which have their own resident peacocks.

 

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Food, glorious food

Our chefs at Thorp House are passionate about using fresh ingredients to produce tempting, nutritionally balanced meals. We ensure the lunchtime experience is an enjoyable social occasion and a highlight of the day for our residents.

Wellbeing and lifestyle

In the past, care homes too often were seen as dreary institutions where people sat around doing very little. The missing ingredient was fun. Nowadays, fortunately, that is not the case and our activities team ensures there is always plenty going on throughout the day.

A caring and friendly team

The passion and dedication of our friendly staff have helped to make us a popular and trusted home in the local community. Our good reputation is reflected in excellent reviews on Carehome.co.uk.

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Life at Thorp House Nursing Home

Parkinson's sufferer who rediscovered love of painting during lockdown to have artwork exhibited for first time

An 84-year-old care home resident is going to have his paintings exhibited for the first time, after rediscovering the hobby during lockdown. Having painted as a child, Neil Cordell picked up a paintbrush again this year because, in his words,…

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Bike Marathon at Thorp House

For they will be pedalling 433 miles – the equivalent distance of Griston to Land’s End in Cornwall – on a stationary exercise bike in the lounge of the Kingsley Healthcare-run home.Home manager Kirsty Holden said: “Some of my staff…

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