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We are safely welcoming new residents

Bernhard Baron Care Home

Committed to providing personalised residential care and assisted living since 1945

Set in five acres of beautiful gardens and grounds in East Sussex, Bernhard Baron Care Home is a unique residential complex that provides two distinct types of flexible all-inclusive care under ‘one roof’.


Individuals and couples can choose to live in one of our delightful flint cottages or opt for an airy en-suite bed-sitting room in our spacious main building. Whichever you choose, you will receive exceptional standards of care expertly tailored to your requirements.

On a typical day, you might opt to walk into nearby Polegate, join in daily activities and special events, visit our on-site hair salon, choose a book from the library, stroll past the ponds and flower beds on our pathways or relax in our tranquil Peace Garden. Whatever it might be, our friendly, professional and caring staff - many of whom have been with us for years - are always on hand to facilitate your every need. 


We are now safely welcoming new residents, so please contact us for an informal talk about your present or future needs, or those of a family member, and we would be delighted to tell you more and show you around so you can discover the Bernhard Baron Care Home difference for yourself.


Jan Andrews -Business Manager (Responsible Person) & Trudi Knight -Principal Care Manager (Registered Manager)



Our Key Philosophies



Independent living

From the time you get up and go to bed, what you eat, where you choose to dine and how you fill your days, the choice is all yours.

Charity is at the heart of what we do

As a registered charity we have the freedom to concentrate on people rather than profit, an ethos that applies equally to our residents and staff.

Your care, your way

From making a cup of tea and having a chat to providing high levels of support, our care is as individual as you are.


“Through the years there has been a lively bunch of elderly youngsters living here, who have not lost their power of enjoying life together.”

Former Manager

“There is a rhythm to life here and in my first five years I have always felt contented and cared for.”