Helping You Blossom

Set in the picturesque village of Dymchurch in Kent, our Old Rectory Care Home provides the very best care in a warm, comfortable, and relaxed environment.



The Old Rectory offers 35 beds, each equipped with either an en-suite or washroom for personal privacy. With warm decor, our home has a cosy ambience, making residents feel at ease in their new living space.

Our amazing team at the Old Rectory dedicates their time and efforts to providing exceptional care, ensuring our residents’ privacy, dignity and comfort is maintained at all times.

We strive to make life enjoyable, by tailoring care needs, hosting engaging and stimulating activities and encouraging residents to play an active role in the way our home is run.

Why The Old Rectory?

Here at The Old Rectory, we take immense pride in delivering unparalleled elderly care services. From residential care to specialised dementia services, and even short-term respite support — we ensure that our care home in Kent caters to a range of needs. When choosing an elderly care home, it’s vital to consider the essential elements of what’s being offered. At The Old Rectory, these consist of:

  • A quiet location set in the idyllic village of Dymchurch, Kent
  • Provision of high-quality care in a delightful Victorian home setting
  • On-site private patios and gardens for residents to get fresh air, or dabble in a spot of gardening
  • Within walking distance of the beautiful famous ‘Golden Sands’ — perfect for a leisurely stroll
  • High-quality, person-driven care provided by a wonderful team of staff

A Message From
Our Manager

“Hello, I’m Cheryl, the Registered Manager at The Old Rectory.

I’ve been part of The Old Rectory team for over five years. I began my journey as a care assistant and have since advanced to the role of manager. My passion is the heart of my work, guiding my commitment to preserve the warmth, happiness, and fun that makes The Old Rectory a homely haven for our residents.

I stand firm in my promise to maintain this standard by delivering person-centred care that respects each resident’s uniqueness, actively involving their families, friends, and the residents themselves in every aspect of life here.

At The Old Rectory, we emphasise the importance of activities that foster mental stimulation and well-being. From exercise to music and games, our residents enjoy a vibrant, engaging, and stimulating environment every day.”

Cheryl Waters, Old Rectory Manager

Cheryl Waters Manager Old Rectory Care Home