Primley House gardensPrimley House residential care home houses 39 residents and has 4 rooms that can be used as doubles. Each room has it’s own phone point and television point and emergency/ aid call bell. Wi-Fi is available
All rooms are individually and tastefully decorated
Residents are welcome to bring their own furniture and pets by arrangement. We have a lift and stairlift.
We also provide day care and respite care
We have a visiting Hairdresser who visits at least once a week and Chiropodist; Optician; Dentist and Clergy of all denominations, several of whom run services or visit on request;
GP of own choice and District Nurse service;
Our gardens offer a safe environment for walking and there are numerous secluded areas in which to relax and enjoy the flora and fauna ... View our photos taken around Primley House.
Visiting-  Visitors are welcome to join their family members anytime.
We operate a No Smoking policy throughout the building with a facility at the rear of the building for residents and visitors.
Our on-site laundry service is included in the price


Food/cuisine at Primley

We offer a choice of lovely home-cooked meals and can accommodate different dietary requirements. 
Breakfast in bed is always available, the choice is yours. We operate our dining rooms in a comfortable and relaxing setting. We encourage families to join their relative/friends for lunch.
It is important that residents feel “at home” rather than just “living in a home”. We actively promote, encourage and respect individual choice in virtually every aspect of our residents’ stay with us.


Quality Control/CQC (Care Quality Commission) latest inspection results

The Care quality commission (CQC) is the independent regulator of health and social care in England. is responsible for the registration and inspection of care homes. For the latest CQC report on Primley House Care Home, see http://www.cqc.org.uk/location/1-141338003


Activities at Primley - Residents activities & clubs

Here at Primley House we believe in taking care of the mind as well as the body. To that end we provide daily activities to stimulate the mind, and our residents are invited to join in.
We have a variety of things we do including puzzles, word games, card games, musical memories, general knowledge quizzes and of course bingo!
Along with daily activities we have different entertainers coming into the home every month. We also have a full social calendar, that family and friends are invited to come and enjoy with us.

Special events held throughout the year include Christmas and Easter parties, 

A garden fete, Mothers’ Day High Tea, A teddy bear’s picnic (for the grandchildren), Halloween party, sing-a-longs, and fashion shows.
Residents, families, and staff are invited to join in with our fundraising evenings, quiz nights, curry nights and concerts.
All proceeds from those events go to providing entertainment for the residents. All events are advertised on the ‘What’s On’ board in the entrance to the home, and on Facebook ... View our photo gallery.
Each week we take our Shopping Trolley around to every room and the residents can purchase sweets, chocolates, and toiletries that they may require.
Daily newspapers and magazines can be ordered and delivered to the residents.
We have our own mini-bus which we utilise on a regular basis, going to various hotels and clubs throughout the Torbay area sampling their cream teas. We have arranged trips to the Princess Theatre in Torquay, and to The Willows shopping centre followed by tea and cake in the Tea Rooms.