The Heather offers excellent facilities for 47 residents offering a very homely and beautifully appointed accommodation, on two floors. The Home has recently undergone a major refurbishment and is furnished in a beautiful modern classic style. All 47 bedrooms have were refurbished following a consultation with the residents, where they were able to choose their own colour schemes. The communal rooms are furnished with beautifully co-ordinated soft furnishing, furniture, lighting and ornaments.

The Home continually strives to maintains excellent standards of cleanliness and encourages residents to personalise their bedrooms with familiar, favourite belongings.  

Lounges and
dining rooms

There are a range of beautifully decorated sitting areas offering a choice of comfortable armchairs and recliners to accommodate differing needs of our residents. We also have a stylish dining room where residents can enjoy our fresh home-cooked food. 

"My Mother was in the Heathers for over 12 months during that time I could not fault the care she received, the staff were always very attentive to her needs, and very pleasant. I have no hesitation in recommending this home."
Family member of one of our residents


All bedrooms are single, newly refurbished, very spacious, airy and provide en-suite room facilities. All rooms meet the current legislative requirements for individual space. 

Large bedrooms are available to accommodate couples or people wishing to share. We provide fully assisted shower rooms and bathrooms.  


The kitchen is open all day to meet the dietary needs of our residents. The continued high standards of hygiene and cleanliness have been reflected in the home being awarded the highest Five Star rating for Food Hygiene by Staffordshire County Council.

The emphasis is very much on home cooked food, varied dishes, and catering for a wide variety of special diets. Our Chef ensures that each resident has a diet to suit their taste.


The garden is fully accessible for wheelchairs, and residents and their visitors are encouraged to use the grounds. The gardens are laid informally to create perfect arbours for residents and their families to sit and chat or enjoy a refreshing drink.