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Spencer House - a place you can truly call home
  • Spencer House Residential Home is a privately owned, large detached house situated in a quiet area of Birchington - a small seaside town retaining its village atmosphere.
  • It was opened in 1980, the current owners took over in April 2016 and the home now accommodate 25 residents; 23 single rooms (6 en-suites) and 2 shared rooms and all rooms are fitted with a call buzzer.
  • Birchington is a quiet seaside town retaining its traditional village atmosphere with local amenities within walking distance of the home, including a social centre.
  • The home is easily accessible with great transport links; overground links to London Victoria and Charing Cross every 30 minutes, local bus routes to the town centre and nearby towns as well as plenty of roadside parking.
  • Our vision is to provide a high standard of care in a warm, homely atmosphere to ensure a peaceful and comfortable retirement with a personal touch.
  • All our residents are encouraged to bring some of their personal ornaments and pictures and small items of furniture (within home regulations) to make their space their own.
  •  There is a lot of flexibility with meals and daily activities to ensure we cater to each individuals needs.
  • Other benefits at Spencer House include; a personal laundry service (inclusive), hair salon services, visits from the local clergy, library service, personal phone line access, WIFI and regular social events.
  • We constantly review the quality of our service on an informal basis by regularly speaking to Residents, their families, staff and visiting professionals .

 

  

Birchington-on-Sea is a village in north-east Kent, England, with a population of around 9,800. It is part of the Thanet district and forms the civil parish of Birchington. It lies on the coast facing the North Sea, east of the Thames Estuary, between the seaside resorts of Herne Bay and Margate. As a seaside resort, the village is a notable tourist and retirement destination. The village's Minnis Bay is a family beach with many attractions including sailing, windsurfing, a paddling pool and coastal walking routes. Its 3 smaller beaches are surrounded by chalk cliffs, cliff stacks and caves.
The village was first recorded in 1240 with it’s parish church “All Saints” dating back to 13th century. The churchyard is the burial place of the 19th-century Pre-Raphaelite artist, Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Quex Park: a local 19th century manor house, is home to the Powell Cotton Museum and a twelve-bell tower built for change ringing. The museum contains a large collection of stuffed exotic animals collected by Major Powell-Cotton on his travels in Africa and houses artifacts unearthed in and around Birchington by his daughter, Antoinette Powell-Cotton, a keen archeologist.
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Town Square

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The Sea Front

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Beachside Brasserie