15 Hobman Road
Southlands is situated in a pretty village of Hutton Cranswick which lies 4 miles south of the market town of Driffield, capital of the 'Yorkshire Wolds'. The home was originally built as a gentleman’s residence in the mid 1920's and retains many of its original features and charms. During World War II, Southlands was used to accommodate convalescing soldiers. Southlands is set in one acre of beautiful, well established and secluded gardens with ample parking available. Nestling just off the A164, Southlands provides easy access to main bus and rail routes to both Driffield and Beverley. Southlands provides residential care, as well as respite and day care.
Southlands has 48 bedrooms in total, which all have a friendly, family atmosphere. Our accommodation is provided in single and double occupancy bedrooms to meet our resident’s needs. Communal accommodation in the home comprises of 5 airy lounges for watching TV, listening to the radio or simply spending time chatting with friends. There is a sun lounge, a welcoming dining room, activity room and a well enclosed courtyard. Bath, shower and toilet facilities are available throughout. All areas of the home are fully accessible to wheelchair users.
We can offer hospital beds, air mattresses, pressure cushions along with other aids to make your stay more comfortable.
Being involved in what is going on and taking part in fun activities is a essential part of life. Our approach to residential care focuses on ensuring that a wide range of activities and social events are regularly organised, such as functions and events, film nights, card and board games and many more. Birthdays of residents are always celebrated. We encourage our residents to take part in the many activities available locally.
Burlington Care strongly support the provision of a healthy, nutritious and balanced diet for all residents. The approach to nutrition taken is based upon choice and quality for residents. We take pride in providing tasty, tempting meals for our residents. Mealtimes are regarded as enjoyable social occasions for most residents, although those who wish to eat their meals in their own rooms are enabled to do so. Each resident will be asked for their individual food preferences as well as their cultural, religious or health needs and these will be taken into account when planning menus.