Cedar House care home
Nursing Home in Norwich
0808 223 5417
Located in the quiet village of Yelverton which is near Norwich. Cedar House, one of our nursing homes in Norwich, is a fine period property providing a care home in Norfolk and nursing care for up to 24 elderly people. This beautiful former Rectory dates in part back to the 13th century and is a well known landmark within the village.
Cedar House has the reputation of being one of the premier care homes in Norwich has a well deserved reputation for excellence in care with a highly trained professional and friendly care team in place to meet the needs of residents. The staff team are complemented by the home’s tranquil living environment and wider surroundings. Residents can enjoy wonderful views of open countryside from the light and airy sunroom or take the air in the beautiful mature gardens, which feature level lawns for ease of access.
Cedar House offers a full range of residential and nursing care support, including trial stays, short stay and convalescent care, as well as long-term care. Residents are encouraged to bring important personal possessions to personalise their rooms. Cedar House operates an open visiting policy, where residents and loved ones may visit at convenient times. In common with all of our nursing homes, Cedar House’s manager has a qualified nursing background. The home is fully registered with the Care Quality Commission and has ISO9001/2000 and Hospitality Assured accreditation.
- Small, friendly and homely atmosphere
- Excellent standards of care
- Enchanting village location
- Strong ties with the local community
- Professional and friendly staff team
- Charming ambience
If you would like to know more about our care homes in Norwich or nursing homes in Norwich and the types of care they have available, please feel free to get in touch.
Like all our care homes in Norfolk we provide an opportunity to gain new experiences and learn new things – whilst maintaining your existing hobbies and interests.
At every Caring Home, there is a dedicated activities co-ordinator who is on hand to support residents in learning new hobbies and maintaining existing ones.
An activities programme is developed by the activities co-ordinators who work in conjunction with the clinical team in reviewing each individuals occupational interests and tailoring an activities programme that addresses them.
For further information about activities please visit our “living with us” section.
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- Palliative Care
- Parkinson's Disease
- Speech Impairment
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Uncle had to go into a caring home when he left the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital. I was given a list of caring homes I went to three other homes but when I came to look at Cedar House the welcome was outstanding I was showed round the home and you were put at ease. Soon as I left Cedar House I knew that it was the home for my uncle I did not look at anymore homes and the management team sorted everything out with the hospital... carehomes.co.uk - Clive E Nephew of Resident/Service User
Cedar House has seen many improvements in recent months, including an increase in staffing levels and redecoration, throughout the home. There is a welcoming and relaxed atmosphere with regular activities for residents who wish to part-take. The chef takes a pride in providing well-presented and nutritious meals. Staff have been especially kind to my mother since my fathers recent death; they are vigilant in her care and keep me well-informed regarding her state of health... carehomes.co.uk - Anne S Daughter of Resident/Service User
I am very grateful for the wonderful care my husband received during the year he spent at Cedar House. Most of the staff are dedicated to giving residents the best possible care, treating them with respect and compassion. There has been noticeable improvement of standard at Cedar House under the management of Ruth, with much better organisation and levels of cleanliness and tidiness. I spent at least six hours a day visiting my husband and was made welcome by the lovely staff that they became like a family to me... carehomes.co.uk - Ruth E Wife of Resident/Service User
I feel I am treated as an individual, because this is a small home it feels like its my own home. I just feel happy here, If I am down I feel there are people to talk to day or night.
How likely would you be to recommend Cedar House? Likely- Pearl G Resident / Service User
Compared to other care homes we have visited recently - Cedar House has a very homely, friendly atmosphere. The staff are always welcoming and make you feel like one of the "family". The residents are well looked after and the home is always tidy and fresh. The standards in the home have been raised in recent months - decorations are ongoing and new carpets and curtains are to be fitted. The gardens are pleasant and the residents enjoy sitting outside in good weather to experience the relaxing atmosphere... carehomes.co.uk - Jennifer B Daughter of Resident/Service User
My partner has severe alzheimers disease and needs 24/7 care as she is unable to wash, feed, dress herself and is unable to move at all without the use of a hoist and a wheelchair. When I visited Cedar home for the first time and I was impressed by the empathy and care given to all the residents on this and all my visits and I was particularly impressed by the manager Debbie and her attitude towards her staff and residents... carehomes.co.uk - Nicholas C Partner of Resident/Service User
They take me bowling, good fun.- Richard H Resident / Service User
Been here since 2007, very happy.- Norma W Resident / Service User
Staff are hard working and caring.- Veronica Watts Relative of Resident/Service User