Welcome to Fairby Grange Residential Care Home. Fairby Grange is a beautiful manor house built circa 1685 and stands in almost an acre of well tendered gardens in the pretty village of Hartley near Dartford in Kent.
We are registered with the Care Quality Commission for the care of up to thirty residents with a diagnosis of Dementia and cooperate with them in every way to maintain our very high standards of care and comfort for our residents. We are sure you will ‘feel’ the warmth and friendliness as soon as you walk in the door and are greeted by one of our cheerful and friendly members of staff.
The Home has been family owned since 1978 by Greg and Gaynor Reeve who lived in with their two young children Simon and Debbie. Whilst still under the close supervision of Greg and Gaynor, Fairby Grange has been managed by our very well qualified ‘Registered Manager’, Christine Brent, since 2005. All of the village amenities, including Post Office/store, Country Club, Social Club, Library, Women’s Institute and two church halls, are only yards away and the local bus stops outside the entrance.
Fairby Grange has been tastefully modernised and extended over the years, yet retains the warm and ‘olde worlde’ charm so popular with our residents and their visitors.
We hope you will find the information on our website useful and we look forward to welcoming you for a visit, a look around or just a chat.
Our main objective is to ensure that our residents at Fairby Grange feel 'at home'. We therefore strive to create a warm, friendly caring environment, and treat each of them as individuals. We respect their need for privacy, dignity and their wishes to maintain as high level of independence as possible.