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Coppelia House

Coppelia House is located in the lovely village of Moretonhampstead on the edge of Dartmoor. The home first operated as a Care home over 100 years ago and has undergone several phases of expansion and upgrade that have maintained its original character whilst ensuring that it is always up to date. It is registered for 30 residents, each in a private room with en-suite facilities. It has beautiful mature gardens where residents can sit out, or the garden can be enjoyed from the comfort of the conservatory. 

Coppelia House is committed to offering the best possible care for all its residents including those requiring pure residential care to more specialist dementia care.  The home completed a refurbishment in September 2013 to enable it to provide a safe, secure and uplifting environment for all residents including those with early onset dementia. 

The home has a programme of activities and many individual traditions including sherry in the lounge before Sunday lunch and monthly open house coffee mornings. The home has a very long established reputation for providing the highest standards of comfort and care. Carers are qualified to NVQ levels 2 and 3 and the home has a good working relationship with local GPs and other medical professionals.

Contact

Contact Name
Dave Johnstone
Contact Position
Manager
Telephone
01647 440729
E-mail
coppelia@peninsulacarehomes.co.uk
Website
Coppelia House
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Parent Organisation
Peninsula Care Homes Ltd

Venue

Address
Court Street
Newton Abbot
Postcode
TQ13 8LZ
Facilities
Toilet facilities
Parking
Wheelchair accessible

Further information

Contact provider for costs?
Yes
Display Date/Time
24/7.
Age range
65 years to
Last updated: 04/06/2020
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