Everything you need
All of our 38 en-suite rooms are furnished to the highest specifications with your comfort in mind. The furniture is similar to what you would find in a hotel: an appropriate bed suitable to your needs, a writing desk, a wardrobe, a fridge cabinet, easy chair, soft chair for visitors, bedside table, lights, pictures, mirrors, and an individual telephone line..
Room for two
While there are 38 rooms, we are registered for 42 residents. That’s because we have four larger rooms which are able to accommodate two people – a husband and wife, for example. It’s also possible for a couple to share two standard rooms – two of our current residents do this and use one as a bedroom and one as a private sitting room.
Personalise your space
We understand that moving into Ross Court will be a considerable transition, but one we try to make feel as easy as possible. Your room is your own personal space, which is why we encourage you to make it your own if you like, by hanging your favourite pictures or bringing small pieces of furniture.
Will I have a choice of room?
Whether you’re staying with us for respite care or are moving in permanently, rooms are allocated by what is currently available. If you are in no rush to move in please let us know your preference – a ground floor room with patio doors, for example – and we will do our best to accommodate you when a suitable room is available. It is also possible for you to move in and then switch to a different room more to your liking at some point in the future.
Is it possible to make cosmetic changes to the room?
Yes, of course. Although we think our rooms all look great, if something’s not to your taste we’re happy for you to make changes. One resident recently had new curtains and bedding made to make her feel more at home.
Is it possible to bring a few pieces of furniture from home with me?
We actively encourage all our residents to personalise their rooms as much as they like. Whether that’s bringing a few pieces of furniture from home, hanging your favourite pictures on the walls, or being surrounded by books and ornaments that you love.