At Blenheim House, we're all about encouragement. Encouraging residents to be themselves, encouraging social interaction and encouraging guests to make their rooms their own.
Our spacious, attractive bedrooms are already fully furnished and tastefully decorated, but can be personalised with mementoes, pictures and furniture so guests can surround themselves with happy memories.
All rooms come with TV points, nurse call alarms and smoke detectors as standard. Some also feature private dial telephones, electric profiling beds, refrigerators, satellite TV points and patio doors to the garden.
So whether you want to gather your new friends to watch Strictly on a Saturday night or just enjoy some escapism of your own, it's always your call.
There's no fun in sitting down. Move into Blenheim House and we'll get you motivated with an agenda of activities that stretches beyond sewing group (although, we've got that too!).
Take your seat on the mini-bus and explore local points of interest, hit the shops or enjoy a trip to the theatre with your new friends.
We also have a superb fitness programme and host regular film nights plus:
At Blenheim House, we don't do beige or bland food. From traditional hearty meals to light refreshing salads, our catering and hospitality team has it covered. Our skilled chefs create appetizing, nutritionally balanced food that you can tuck into in the restaurant or your own room.
We cater for every taste and diet and our food is sourced locally and freshly prepared. Meals and refreshments are available throughout the day and there's always someone on call to help.
Plus we change our menus daily so you'll never get stuck in a rut!
Blenheim House delivers hotel-level luxury with bright, fresh fully furnished bedrooms featuring TV points, en-suites and plenty of relaxing, inviting spaces to socialise with friends and family.
Stroll through the beautiful landscaped gardens, sketch wildlife in summer or just enjoy the view on a rainy day while planning your theatre trip or next move at bridge club!
Visit this peaceful family garden with its roots in the past. From the bustling high street of Holt, you pass through an unassuming gateway into a quiet corner. There are many interesting plants with topiary, ornaments and water features. The garden also has an arboretum, a kitchen garden and an orchard and refreshments are available.
Bowood has rooms filled with superb furniture, porcelain and family heirlooms collected over the centuries. The Adam Orangery is now a magnificent gallery for important 18th and 19th century works as well as Old Masters. The house and grounds of lie within one of Britain's most beautiful parks designed by 'Capability' Brown and the Rhododendron Walks are a must-do.
Set in rolling Somerset countryside, Bath is a unique city with its Roman Baths, splendid Abbey and Georgian stone crescents. Not forgetting its small independent shops and stylish boutiques alongside the familiar big name stores. The city centre is compact and easily walkable with grand Georgian streets and small picturesque passageways to explore, so it's the perfect place to visit.