The Old Vicarage Care Home in Weekley, near Kettering, provides residential elderly care and respite care. This Northamptonshire residential nursing home is set in an idyllic listed building designed by Sir Arthur Blomfield in 1872.
Many of our residents choose The Old Vicarage residential nursing home for its enviable location, aesthetically pleasing listed building and amazing gardens. The character of the home accompanied by the long serving team of friendly staff providing elderly care has led to a wealth of thank you letters and complimentary reviews.
Kettering has strong local transport links with its rail service connecting Kettering, Corby and Wellingborough and its bus service covering other major towns. The good transport links in and around Kettering make visiting residents in the nursing home easy for family and friends.
Weekley is a quaint little village in the heart of Northamptonshire, just off the A43 road north of Kettering. Nearly half of the properties in Weekley are thatched and many of the properties in the village location are owned by The Broughton Estate.
The Old Vicarage Care Home has superb views over the Broughton Estate, currently home to the Duke of Buccleuch. The Old Vicarage has established a great relationship with the estate and always invite the Duke of Buccleuch to the elderly care home’s Annual Garden Party.
The residential nursing home is just a short walk from the local church, post office and tea room. Kettering itself is great for shopping from M & S to Thorntons our residents enjoy browsing the shops the town offers. Other activities and attractions close to Kettering that residents and their families enjoy include:
At The Old Vicarage Care Home residents are encouraged to stay active for as long as possible and join in with the activities on offer at the care home and in the Kettering area
Please contact us for further information, advice on current vacancies or to arrange a visit to The Old Vicarage Care Home.