Silvermere Care Home in Cobham, near Weybridge

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Postal Address:
Silvermere Care Home
Redhill Road
KT11 1EF
General Manager:
Vivien Grieve

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Silvermere Services

About Silvermere

Avery Healthcare's first Surrey retirement care home, located on the Cobham & Weybridge borders, provides outstanding residential, respite, convalescence and dementia care.  Set adjacent to the beautiful Silvermere Lake, between St. George's Hill Estate and Silvermere Golf Club, our Cobham care home offers exclusive care, set amongst an idyllic lakeside, woodland retreat, that offers the highest possible quality of retirement living.

Our care home management team, with over forty years of care experience, bring their positive philosophy and exacting standards to Silvermere Care Home. Our staff are chosen specifically for their empathy and warmth, and for their understanding of what is required to build a vibrant elderly community.

  • Stylish en-suite bedrooms, single or doubles, lake or woodland facing.
  • Double rooms with kitchenettes ideal for couples.
  • Selection of fine wines from our cabinets available at every meal
  • Views over Silvermere golf course and some excellent local walking.
  • A strong community focus with local groups & schools regular visitors
  • Extensive range of personalised activities planned out for residents
  • Restaurant standard dining and freshly baked cakes and other snacks
  • Free Wi-Fi and iPads available throughout the home 
  • Respite care available

Life in Our Cobham Care Home

Silvermere was built with the aim of affording residents the highest levels of luxury and support, as well as exceptional levels of care. With this in mind, our bedrooms are stylishly fitted and decorated to high standards; a variety of rooms are available, from our spacious single bedrooms to our lavish suites for couples with their own kitchenette and private lounge.

Our bright and comfortable lounges, all of which open out onto our extensive lakeside gardens, are designed to support interaction as well as create spaces for relaxation. Many of our recreational activities take place across our various lounges, generating the community atmosphere that is a hallmark of all Avery homes. For those who want a little down-time, the home’s well-stocked library and quiet lounges offer a relaxing getaway from the more social spaces.

Silvermere’s wonderful outdoor space, with a beautiful sensory garden and raised flower beds, provides a safe open area for residents to enjoy the warm weather while overlooking the lake. Woodlands surround our home and their shade is enjoyed on sunny days. We also like to enjoy the view presented by our balconies and are a great place to enjoy an afternoon cup of tea and a freshly baked cake. For our golfers, we encourage our members to take advantage of our corporate membership with friends and family and the Silvermere Inn is just a short stroll around the lake. 

Relaxation is easy at Silvermere; the home’s beauty therapy and hair-dressing salon offers the chance to get pampered in state-of-the-art facilities. For the gentlemen, a barber skilled in the wet-shave technique can provide a luxury shaving experience.

Active Elderly Care Home Community

Our approach to entertainment and activities at Silvermere has been developed with the intent of growing a sense of community, wellbeing and companionship within our home. Residents enjoy physically active and mentally engaged lifestyles, which our Recreation and Leisure Coordinators encourage through the home’s varied leisure schedule. We have our own transport and like to visit local beauty spots, or pop in to some of the excellent pubs nearby for some lunch or to enjoy some sport. 

Our specialist art studio, for example, provides art tuition to all, and local clubs and societies are regular visitors to the home, providing a rich selection of expert talks or performances. Many of our residents share similar interests, our gardening club for example is particularly active and uses the raised beds to good effect. We even get to sample some of the vegetables that we grow in our garden.

Each resident can do as much or as little as they please, and everyone can influence the activities running in the home through our various resident committees. We always support our residents' interests and hobbies and our staff are always keen to receive suggestions from residents and their families about how the menu should develop and what activities would best support our residents.

Dining at Silvermere Care Home Surrey

At Silvermere Care Home we use seasonal and locally sourced ingredients whenever possible, and all our food is lovingly prepared by our dedicated in-house chef. Naturally, all dietary requirements are catered for, and you can order a snack at any time should you choose to.

Our chef ensures a variety of tasty breakfasts, lunches and evening meals are beautifully presented to our diners; we enjoy a choice of traditional favourites as well as more exotic culinary experiences and chef likes to present to us, themed culinary evenings. Guests are welcome to dine with us and on special occasions we encourage extended family and friends to celebrate privately with us.

Our residents can enjoy eating in any of the bright, airy communal dining spaces throughout the home. Alternatively, why not to pop into the Atrium Café for a freshly baked snack, cup of coffee and a chance to chat with friends or read the paper?

Dementia Care For Surrey, Cobham and Weybridge

We are sensitive to the needs of older people and part of growing old can be a weakening of the memory. At Silvermere we recognise that this can often be misunderstood and labelled as dementia and we believe that for many, stimulation through skilled and engaging interactions can help alleviate this and find the real person. We take pride in working closely with family members to create care plans that facilitate this and use personal life stories as a tool to inform our care as well as our recreation and leisure programmes.

Under the personalised care programme our residents thrive as we offer them a sense of purpose in an anxiety free environment with staff that are selected for their warm and extrovert personalities, something we have found to be particularly important for residents suffering from confusion through memory loss.

Staying Connected at Our Cobham Care Home

At Silvermere Care Home Surrey we provide every resident with free access to Wi-Fi and iPads are freely available to residents to keep them connected with current affairs and their loved ones - wherever they are in the world! We have seen first hand just how important this can be in improving the quality of our residents lives. We also provide support for those who are not computer literate but would like to give it a try. Our internet workshops are popular with residents.

We actively pursue feedback and our ARIES programme encourages resident and family feedback on a range of issues from food, through to activities and general welfare. We listen and respond, it is how we improve and we embrace any suggestions that will enhance the quality of living for our residents. 

Get in Touch

You can find us in Cobham off the Byfleet Road, within easy access of the A3 and M25. If you'd like to arrange a visit, or if you've just got a few questions, give our care home manager Vivien Grieve a call on 01932 642529 or contact her online.

Silvermere Care Home QCQ Inspection Leaves Extensive Positive Feedback

Silvermere care home has received a positive write up by the Care Quality Commission - highlighting the home's dedicated staff, happy residents and active home life. Read excepts from the report here.

Kind Words about Silvermere

  • The professionalism, attention to detail and sensitivity demonstrated by all members of staff was inspiring.....
    M.V. - Wednesday, November 20, 2013
  • "We felt very reassured that my stepmother will be in safe hands .."
    B. and B. E. - Wednesday, September 4, 2013
  • "We both felt our mother would be very happy with you...."
    A. L. - Wednesday, September 4, 2013
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