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Nestled within the beautiful Sussex countryside, Windlesham Manor blends comfort with history.

The House

Elegant dining room

The dining room, with its original high ceiling lit by chandeliers, provides an elegant setting for meals, with tables seating two to four people for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Guests are welcome to join residents for meals subject to prior notice.  Optionally, breakfast can be served in residents’ rooms.  Morning coffee and afternoon tea are served in the conservatory lounge. This large communal room is also a focal point for some of our activities including art club, and any tea parties or celebrations.

The snug

The snug provides a cosier sitting room for residents and their guests and is where Sir Arthur Conan Doyle would sit and read aloud the chapters he had written during the day.  It contains some of his mementoes and was formally part of the Billiard Room, which ran the full length of the house.  Now it is a quieter, more secluded area to unwind, and a favourite spot for many of our residents.

Dedicated hair and beauty

Windlesham Manor also has a dedicated Hair and Beauty Salon, offering not only haircuts but also chiropody services for our residents. 


All the charm of an Edwardian house

An impressive Edwardian country house, Windlesham Manor enjoys a delightful setting within its own picturesque grounds. The house retains a country house ambience, and the communal rooms are places where residents can relax, enjoy good company, participate in activities and entertain family and friends.  The house is fully carpeted, centrally heated, comfortably furnished and well decorated throughout.

Principle Lounge

The principal lounge has been enlarged by a substantial, all-year round conservatory, which overlooks the terrace and gardens beyond.   This is the comfortable, relaxed hub of the house, where residents can socialise and participate in our activities programme, have their tea & cake, or look out and admire our beautiful gardens.

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