Robin Hood House
Carehome type: Dementia care
Robin Hood House
Peter Hodges is the Registered Manager and returned to the company in April 2012. He began his career as Deputy Manager at Robin Hood House in 2004 and went on to manage a care home with a large company, until an opportunity arose for Peter to return to Benslow to manage Robin Hood House. Peter has an NVQ4 in Health and Social care and is a trained “Dementia Coach”.
Robin Hood House has been awarded Dementia Accreditation by Hertfordshire County Council for providing Dementia care over and above the county standard. It is a beautifully kept 16th century three storey house set within peaceful scenic grounds, surrounded by beautiful countryside of the National Trust Estate of Ashridge. Just a short drive away are the towns of Berkhamsted, Hemel Hempstead and Dunstable.
- 22 Bedrooms
- 2 Large lounges
- 1 Dining room
- 1 Lounge/dining room with patio doors opening onto a secure and safe landscaped sensory garden
- 1 Kitchenette where family and friends can help themselves to refreshments
- TV point in all bedrooms
- 24 hour call bell system in each bedroom
There is also seating available in the spacious wall panelled hall within it a lovely grand staircase which is popular with our residents.
The moment you step into Robin Hood House you notice everyones positive and friendly approach. Robin Hood House is decorated and finished to ensure there is a atmosphere of home from home environment. Relatives and friends often tell us that they feel entirely at ease when visiting, as if they were visiting their loved one in their own home.