Grange-Lea Residential Care Home in Preston, Paignton

An award winning Residential Care Home providing excellent person-centred care in a beautiful setting

About Us


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Over 20 Years of

Experience

Grange-Lea is a privately owned former hotel, with a modern extension which has been established as a Care Home since 1988. We are located within the coastal town of Preston, Paignton and we enjoy a beautiful garden with many varieties of plants and trees. All rooms benefit from en-suite facilities. Grange-Lea has 33 beds fully equipped and registered to care. We provide excellent, person-centred care and are proud of our good reputation within the local community.

Our Specialization

  • Dementia Care and Day Care
  • Respite Care and Short Stays
  • Palliative and End of Life Care

Why choose us?

Grange-Lea is situated in the Devonshire town of Preston, Paignton. We provide top quality 24-hour residential care. We can facilitate family to stay overnight and there are no visiting restrictions. The home has extensive wheelchair accessible gardens with rabbits. Person-centred care planning is provided by the skilled care team, with the help of the latest electronic healthcare systems; combined with an activities programme supported by caring staff team. We have close working relationships with the local community teams and GP surgery who provide regular medical reviews.


  • Established since 1988
  • Specialist Care
  • Quality facilities and services
  • Wheelchair accessible landscaped gardens
  • Residents kitchenette
  • Experienced carers
  • Wifi throughout the building
  • Latest electronic healthcare systems
  • Fun-filled activities and more

What people say about us

Please read our reviews below of what people say about our service.


team

Qualified staff worked here over 10 years

activities

Various stimulating daily activities

menus

Tasty menus designed by our residents

Sea Views

Gorgeous views and accessible gardens

News & Events


COVID-19 INFORMATION

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