Hames Hall is a gracious country house of esteemed origins. Built around 1820, it was designed by Robert Smirke an eminent architect of the time, who also listed the extension to the British Museum amongst his greatest achievements along with more local constructions such as The Citadel in Carlisle's city centre and Carlisle's Eden Bridge.
Set within three acres of its own land, the Hall sits behind open pasture land at the front with open and unbroken views over Cockermouth towards the Lakeland Fells from the garden at the rear. Hames Hall is located between Cockermouth and Papcastle, about ten minute walk to the centre of Cockermouth, the birthplace of William Wordsworth.
- 21 single bedrooms
- 2 double bedrooms
- All rooms are furnished
- Phone points in every room
- Nurse call system in every room
- 1 dining room
- 1 main lounge and a conservatory
- Enclosed garden and courtyard
- Care staff available 24 hours a day
- Home-cooked food with own fruit and veg
One of our principal values is to treat each of our valued residents as an individual, responding to their unique needs.
This is particularly important for those living with the physical effects of increasing age - our approach to person-centred care planning is designed to develop, sustain and, wherever possible, improve both mental and motor skills. For us to do this, each member of our team is carefully chosen for their caring capabilities, qualifications, understanding and the ability to bring out the best in those in their care.
Types Of Care Offered
Cockermouth, Cumbria, CA13 0NN