Easton Maudit

The Easton Maudit site is an eighteen bedroomed purpose built home with four en-suite rooms. Located in a quiet, secluded spot at the end of the lane opposite the village church, the home benefits from peaceful surroundings, undisturbed by passing traffic, and with a clear view over adjacent fields. It has a large car park and lawned approach with mature trees and at the rear there is a large patio area overlooking a landscaped garden, a sensory garden and a summer house. Also at the rear is the Good Life Project, which includes fields for our ponies, chickens and pigs, housing for guinea pigs and rabbits and a polytunnel and greenhouse.

There is a spacious living area with three communal lounges, two dining rooms, a kitchen for assisted daily living and a large kitchen which provides three meals per day. Menus are designed to be well balanced, healthy and highly nutritious and provide for the cultural and dietary needs of residents. For those individuals who need assistance at meal times, staff are on hand to provide discrete and sensitive help. Regular residents' meetings take place to enable them to interact with the chef and communicate their choice. 

The accommodation is fully centrally heated with each bedroom having its own thermostatic control for the resident's comfort and most rooms enjoy outlooks over countryside or gardens. There is an on-going building programme to provide en-suite facilities to as many rooms as possible and additional recreational and therapeutic facilities.

Further facilities at the Easton Maudit site include:

  • Computer suite
  • Sensory room
  • Craft area
  • Music, disco & cinema room
  • 2 acre garden with BBQ area
  • Freeview/sky TV in all three lounges

Easton Maudit is situated in Northamptonshire, close to junction 15 of the M1 and within easy reach of both Northampton and Wellingborough.


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