Residential Care Home

Bartlett’s residential care home is a Victorian country house built in 1856 for the Bartlett family when they were the High Sheriffs of Buckinghamshire. It has since been a school and is now a splendid country house retreat for the elderly who wish to be secure in the knowledge that all their personal and social needs will be met.

Bartlett’s offers its residents around the clock personal care, assisting residents as often and as much as they would like. An open and evolving care plan allows for effective and comprehensive care for all residents, as individuals. Beyond our residents’ obvious care needs, we will always try our hardest to accommodate residents’ wants and desires and thankfully seem to be very successful at it.

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Ideal accommodation for your loved one

All bedrooms are fully furnished, have en-suites and come equipped with an electric bed, TV, call bell, telephone and a Sky TV facility. The home has a wireless internet connection throughout for use by both residents and relatives.

Residents are encouraged to bring with them familiar items of furniture and where possible the Home will alter décor to suit.


Our chef uses fresh local produce to provide a wonderful choice of meals on a daily basis. Residents may choose where they take their meals, be it in the privacy of their own room or together with other residents (and often friends and relatives) in the dining room. Bartlett’s has scored 5 Stars with the “Scores on the Doors” scheme, a food hygiene rating of ‘excellent’.


Our specially appointed activities co-ordinator arranges a varied programme of events and outings, ranging from visits to local stately Homes, theatres and other places of interest, arts and crafts, physiotherapy, flower arranging, croquet on the lawn and IT classes.


Individuals are welcome to retain their GP where possible, though the Home does have a General Practitioner visiting weekly or when required.


The home provides iPad tablets to enable residents to communicate regularly with distant relatives via services like Skype. Other services also available include, Chiropody, Hairdressing, Optician, Physiotherapy and a multidenominational church service.


Afternoon tea served daily.

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Fees range from £850 to £1,250 per week depending on your choice of room. Respite/Convalescence available upon request.

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