Mais House in East Sussex is one of The Royal British Legion’s Care Homes. Like every one of the Legion's Care Homes, we are exclusive to ex-Service people and their dependents.
Located in the coastal town of Bexhill-on-Sea, close to the popular resorts of Eastbourne and Brighton, our aim at Mais House is to help each resident get the most out of life, whether that is by providing round-the-clock care or helping them to live more independently. It's somewhere our residents can feel is their real home, for as long as they are with us.
Mais House, 18 Hastings Road
Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex TN40 2HH
Telephone: 01424 215871
Fax: 01424 732197
Mais House has 48 single and three double bedrooms with en suite facilities, many of which enjoy garden views. Our caring team of nurses and care assistants are on hand 24 hours per day to provide care whenever it is needed.
Keeping up standards
“There's a lot more to life at Mais House than we can show you on this website. If you would like further information, or to arrange a visit, please contact us on 01424 215871."Sharon Wheeler - Home Manager, Mais House
Services and facilities
Type of service
- Residential (personal) care
- Nursing care
- Two lifts with wheelchair access
- Large enclosed landscaped gardens
- Licensed bar and bar lounge area
- A varied and interesting programme of social and leisure activities with support to maintain hobbies
- Open visiting; family and friends can also join our residents for a meal by booking in advance
- Pets are welcome to visit
- 48 single en suite rooms
- 3 double en suite rooms available to married couples or siblings; single occupancy can also be accommodated
- Phone point in own room for private telephone and Broadband connection; mobile phones can be used throughout the Home
- Resident internet access
- Television point in own room
- Smoking not permitted
- Own furniture if required
- Pets are welcome to visit
- Long stay care both nursing and residential
- Respite care subject to availability
- Access to local GP
- Access to local dentist and optical services
- Access to full range of NHS services via referral from GP or outpatients clinics
- Home visits from private hairdresser
- Minibus for day trips
- We have an Amenity Committee who are volunteers with an elected Chairperson who raise funds to provide many extras for the comfort and enjoyment of our residents
- Large central lounge
- Dining room
- Bar and bar lounge
- Kitchenette for the use of residents
- Accessible bathrooms
- Close to public transport
- Bexhill-on-Sea railway station with direct services to London
- Easy access to local shops, theatres and the seafront
- Places of interest eg the listed De La Warr Pavilion
- Close to National Trust and English Heritage properties and gardens
- Close to the beautiful South Downs
- Extensive choice of local accommodation for visitors
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