Day or Overnight care

A permanent stay in our care home is not always required when a relative needs care and assistance. Day-time partial residential care allows us to relieve the stress from those providing 24-hour care, while allowing the elderly person to remain in safe, familiar surroundings.


A dedicated room, complete with television, music, games and hobbies with independant access to our enclosed garden, is available for day time visitors.


We can also offer a bed for the night with bath, supper and breakfast if this arrangement proves preferable, it is up to you, come and visit.


Our day/night care services include:

  • Full-day care seven days a week for upto 12 hours per day or stay overnight if preferred.
  • Loving and professional care delivered by highly trained carers
  • A wide range of activities, e.g., walks, excursions, handicrafts and singing
  • Physical exercise to maintain personal mobility
  • Meals & Beverages
  • A bath and/or a bed if required

Find out more about day/night care options

We are happy to offer advice. For more information about our services, please contact us.


Seaton Hall Residential Home
10 The Green

Seaton Carew


TS25 1AS


Any questions?

Please call our Manager for further information about our care options:


Mrs. Wendy Dick

Tel:  01429 260095

Fax: 01429 263318



Alternatively, you can use our contact form.


Coastal Location

Being on the Sea Front, we are able to enjoy the calming influence of the North Sea, completely unobstructed from within our Lounge area.

Indeed, we also have rooms available that provide miles of North Sea View.


General Information

In addition to the long established, high quality Residential Care currently available, we also provide care and accomodation for the Elderly Mentally Infirmed (EMI) in particular, for anyone living with dementia.



Music Evenings

We often invite entertainers and musicians to our home, details can be found in our News section.


Friends and family are very welcome to all of our events.

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