Queen Elizabeth House
Queen Elizabeth House 38 Southborough Road Bickley, Bromley Kent BR1 2EE
Queen Elizabeth House is a very comfortable purpose-built residential home opened by the Queen Mother in 1990. The home is situated on the London/Kent borders mid-way between the busy towns of Bromley and Petts Wood.
Queen Elizabeth House has a total of 28 bedrooms with en-suite facilities. Each room is fully furnished to a high standard. Residents are encouraged to bring in personal items such as pictures, ornaments and small items of furniture. The rooms are also equipped with a call bell system, TV point, easily accessible light switches and plug sockets. In addition, we have a number of assisted bathrooms/shower rooms. Residents may have a telephone in their room at their expense.
Our catering team is committed to providing interesting and nutritional meals. Residents are offered a varied menu for each meal, with a choice of tasty and well presented food. Residents may eat in the dining room or take meals in their rooms if desired. All medical and special diets are catered for.
A qualified and experienced Manager and team provide 24 hour management cover for the home, and they are ably supported by trained care assistants, catering and domestic staff.
The home has a very large bright, spacious and tastefully decorated sitting room that gives a full view at the front. There is also a small lounge and library overlooking the back garden. A passenger lift is available to the upper floor. The home arranges a regular programme of activities, outings and trips for the residents. There are also regular visits by a hairdresser and chiropodist.
Did You Know?
Queen Elizabeth House is named after the late Queen Mother, and was opened by her in 1990.