Bare Hall aims to provide its residents with a secure, relaxed, and homely environment in which their care, well-being and comfort is of prime importance.
The Home is able to accommodate up to thirty two residents in a mixture of single and double bedrooms, eight of which are situated on the ground floor, with wash-hand basins, radiators, assistance call points and smoke detectors in each and eight of the rooms in the home offer ensuite facilities. Each room contains individual safes for the residents' personal use.
Residents can personalise their own room to the degree that suits them best - from small personal items such as photographs, to fully furnishing the room with their own furniture, televisions, radios, music centres, etc. The rooms open onto landings that are illuminated twenty-four hours a day and each resident has their own key for their room.
There are bathroom/shower rooms and toilets on each floor. These rooms have aids for the disabled as required and thermostatically controlled bath taps. The installation of chair lifts to serve both floors and pathways to the front of the building enable residents, including those who are partially disabled, to take full advantage of all facilities offered internal and external to the home
A fire alarm system incorporating break-glass alarm points, smoke and heat detectors, alarm bells, fire doors and emergency lighting is installed in the home and this is supplemented with strategically placed fire-fighting equipment.
In addition to the large lawned gardens, the home also has a large sun lounge, allowing the residents to enjoy the picturesque grounds in which the house was built.