Luxury Listings Revealed for Yorkshire Care Home Group

Graeme Lee, CEO, Springfield Healthcare

Yorkshire-based care home company, Springfield Healthcare has announced two of its eight care homes in the region have been listed in the Knight Frank Luxury Care Home Guide 2023.

The guide is an annual publication that showcases 100 of the finest care homes in the UK. Springfield Healthcare’s Harcourt Gardens in Harrogate, which opened its doors in December 2021 has been listed, alongside Chocolate Works in York, which was also listed in 2022 and 2021.

Founded in 1967, Springfield Healthcare currently employs 1,500 staff across seven care homes within the region, head office and domiciliary care, with an annual turnover exceeding £30million.

The prestigious guide collated by global property advisor, Knight Frank was launched in 2016 and comprises the UK’s Top 100 Luxury Care Homes based on an exceptional level of care, luxury facilities and the building set within the finest surroundings.

Chocolate Works, which is located in the historic Terry’s Chocolate Factory building in York, offers residential and dementia care to up to 82 residents, with a focus on providing a homely environment for residents in a unique and welcoming setting.

Harcourt Garden’s is a state-of-the-art home situational in a purpose-built building close to the centre of Harrogate. Due to the attention to detail, it took seven years to go from vision to completion and today the home provides residential, dementia and respire care with a focus on luxury and independent living to up to 115 residents.

Speaking on behalf of Springfield Healthcare, CEO, Graeme Lee said,” We are thrilled that two of our care homes have been recognised in the Knight Frank Luxury Care Home Guide.

“It is a testament to the dedication of our staff and our commitment to providing exceptional care in the finest of surroundings.

“All our homes are unique and are designed to provide person-centered care to older people who require a range of different care needs. As a company, we continue to strive for excellence in all aspects of our care.”

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