Our former Victorian vicarage offers homely comfort, with bright, cheerful bedrooms and a variety of characterful communal spaces.

It is surrounded by private grounds full of specimen trees, which can be enjoyed from the large lounge windows, external viewing decks.


From 1860 until around 1990, the vicar of All Saints Church in Highweek lived in the heart of the building we now call Southlands. Following a tasteful extension, it became a delightful care home that is predominantly occupied by people over 65 including couples.

We can accommodate 30 people in 28 bedrooms, all except two of which have en-suite facilities.   A bed appropriate for your individual needs will be provided along with any other specialist equipment as required. TVs and telephone landlines can be fitted in most rooms.

The communal spaces include a very large social lounge and dining room, plus smaller TV and reading rooms which are ideal for greeting and meeting with your guests in.

Every room in the home has a nurse call system, ensuring help can be summoned whenever needed.

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