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Oak Hall Care Home in Haslemere offers the finest Residential and Nursing Care for older people in Surrey.

To book your personalised tour or to discuss any queries
or questions you may have, please call our General Manager Jane on 01428 744010
or email oakhall@manorlife.com


25% off for first month and prices fixed until April 2025 for new residents.

(Offer valid until 31 March 2024 and subject to availability)

  • About Oak Hall

    Set in 25 acres of beautiful landscaped gardens, Oak Hall in Haslemere offers the finest Residential and Nursing Care for older people in Surrey.

    Oak Hall opened its doors to new residents in November 2018, following an extensive refurbishment. A Grade II listed building, the Hall retains a wealth of period features, now blended with modern furnishings and high-quality facilities, to create a unique, homely atmosphere.

    We have 53 bedrooms, all with en-suite wet room facilities and flatscreen TVs. Communal areas offer a choice of tranquil settings, creating an important therapeutic atmosphere. The two huge social lounges are the hub of the home; both are flooded with light from floor to ceiling windows and offer views across the landscaped grounds to the countryside beyond. The peaceful Reading Room and other lounges provide quiet, calming space. Round-the-clock nursing and personal care are always on hand, from our friendly, expert team.

    It’s the perfect choice for those in search of quality care, an active social life, comfortable surroundings and delicious home-cooked meals in a warm, welcoming environment.

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  • A home from home

    We see Oak Hall as your home and we like you to treat it exactly like home. You decide what you want to do and when to do it and we are the guests within it.

    Each day is yours. We can entertain you or you can entertain your friends in one of our comfortable lounges. There are no fixed visiting hours, so friends and family can come and see you at any time. Whether it’s relaxing in your own room, enjoying a chat and a glass of wine with friends before dinner, or taking a gentle stroll through in the landscaped gardens - life at Oak Hall is what you want it to be.

    You’ll also enjoy daily-changing menus of our restaurant-standard food, and an alcoholic drink with all main meals - we are able to cater for all your individual dietary requirements.

    Come and see for yourself why we are so proud of our care home. Visit us any time for a cup of tea and a chat and we will show you around the home and introduce you to the people, who day in, day out, make this home flourish.

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  • A historic setting

    The 25-acre site on which Oak Hall stands was bought in 1910 by the Scottish landscape and portrait artist James Coutts Michie. He, and his wife Mary, commissioned the country house which was completed in 1911 in the Elizabethan Revival style, popular in Victorian times. The impressive manor home was then named for the large oak-panelled entrance, staircase and balustrades.

    Following a large extension, Oak Hall School opened in 1925 and continued until 1968. In 1969 the property was bought by Wispers School Trust and remained in educational use until 2009. Oak Hall has been maintained in prime condition and retains many original features, including the large oak-panelled entrance, staircase and balustrades. Oak Hall was designated a Grade II listed building by English Heritage in 2010.

    Today, the period features merge seamlessly with modern facilities to provide elegant surroundings and a welcoming and homely environment. There is also a thriving retirement village in the grounds surrounding the home.

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  • Health & Wellness programme

    We all know that keeping active is important - mental and physical stimulation is widely recognised as a way of improving general well-being. At Oak Hall, our Health & Wellness programme is specially designed to do just that.

    Each week, our dedicated Health & Wellness team plans a programme for you that includes arts and crafts, various workshops, music, entertainment and gardening. Indeed, many of the residents see living at Oak Hall as an opportunity to develop a new skill or interest. The programme caters for a wide range of needs and abilities, so anyone can participate.

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  • Bedrooms

    All of our rooms have been furnished by professional interior designers to reflect the peace and tranquillity of country living. They feature the highest standard of fixtures, fittings and fabrics.

    Bedrooms at Oak Hall offer you the ultimate in privacy, comfort and security. Each room comes with an en-suite wet room with walk-in shower and a flatscreen television for your personal entertainment. Our rooms also benefit from a personal direct dial telephone system, allowing uninterrupted communication by family and friends direct to your room, and a 24-hour emergency nurse call system.

    Beds are electronically adjustable with multi-postural positioning. There is also a comfortable, complimentary armchair with footstool, and space for additional medical equipment, should this ever be required.

    All rooms are cleaned daily, with regular spot cleaning and rubbish removal. Linen and towels provided as required, along with a personal laundry service. Personal belongings that make you feel at home are warmly encouraged, including small furnishings, paintings and photos.

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  • Food & Drink

    Oak Hall recognises that, for many of us, the enjoyment of good food is an important part of our lives. Our restaurant-standard food is freshly cooked-to-order and prepared with care.

    Our team of chefs do their utmost to accommodate the residents’ wishes through the preparation of mouth-watering meals, using the freshest ingredients, seasonal produce and local suppliers wherever possible. The menu choices change constantly and include many traditional dishes whilst also encouraging you to sample a variety of new tastes that you may not have had the opportunity of experiencing before. We also encourage you to make suggestions as to the meals that should be available via surveys and chefs visiting you in your rooms.

    Particular attention is given to the nutritional requirements of each resident. We will cater for your special and therapeutic diets, as advised by Health Care Professionals and agreed in each resident’s plan of care. We are able to arrange special meals, such as diabetic, halal, vegetarian, gluten-free and non-vegetarian, and we are trained in the modification of diet and fluids in order to keep you safe.

    Breakfast, lunch, and supper can be served in the vaulted dining room or in the comfort of your own room. Morning coffees, and afternoon tea with a selection of our homemade cakes and pastries, are available in the sitting rooms or can also be delivered to your room. Tea, coffee and soft drinks are freely available at any time, and visitors are welcome to join you for meals or to simply chat over a cup of tea or coffee. For a change of scenery, meals may also be taken in our downstairs Bistro, which serves the same menu.

    Birthday parties and other celebrated events are deemed extremely important. Our chefs and well-being lead are always delighted to meet with you and discuss arrangements, and to assist in any way they can.

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  • Summary of benefits & services

    • En-suite wet room with walk-in shower
    • Electric, multi-positional bed with pressure reduction mattress
    • 24-hour emergency nurse call system
    • Personal direct-dial telephone
    • Flatscreen TV
    • In-room seating & footstool
    • Linen and towels provided as required
    • Daily personal laundry service
    • Daily cleaning of room, with regular spot checks
    Communal facilities & services
    • Use of all communal residential areas including TV lounges, garden view lounges, dining room, gardens and manor house terrace
    • Choice of quiet area for relaxation
    • Dining services of three daily, well-balanced, delicious meals in our elegant dining room or by room service
    • Daily snacks and refreshments available in the Care Centre coffee lounge or delivered to your room
    • Quality furnishings and artwork in communal areas
    • Maintenance of the building and grounds
    • Council taxes, utilities, WiFi, TV licence and telephone (excluding call charges)
    • Regular communication with residents own GP
    Personal benefits & services*
    • Hair & beauty care
    • Chiropody
    • Audiology
    • Ophthalmology
    • Dentistry
    • Escort and wheelchair taxi to hospital appointments
    • Newspaper delivery
    • Guest meals

    *additional cost

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Come and take a look around

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“Not just a care home, but a way of life that enables individuals the same choice and independence that we all hope for in our later years”