A Warm Welcome from Smallbrook Care Home, Horley

Smallbrook Care Home is a dementia-specialist care home based in Horley, Surrey.  Nestled down a quiet residential cul-de-sac and standing in over an acre of landscaped grounds.

Our passionate team of staff have created a warm and friendly environment at Smallbrook where residents and their loved ones can feel welcome and at ease. We believe in considerate and compassionate care​ with plenty of hugs, humour and attention!

With a wide range of carefully planned activities including tailoring those to meet individual needs, our passionate and experienced team of Lifestyle Co-ordinators are devoted to supporting Asprey's person-centred care ethos.

Outstanding facilities; exceptional dementia & frail elderly care

*   Permanent residency available               * Respite stays welcome (rest, relax, recover)

  • 41 spacious single en-suite bedrooms, stylishly decorated all with flatscreen TVs, telephone points, 24 hour call bell, full laundry service
  • generous communal lounges, dining and bistro areas, library, computer facilities, sensory room, hairdressing salon, visiting chiropodist
  • beautifully landscaped gardens and spacious outdoor terraces
  • nutritious and delicious home cooked meals
  • person centred/individual care planning
  • daily activities and outings programmes
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Horley lies close to the borders of Surrey and West Sussex, within easy reach of Redhill, Reigate, East Grinstead, Crawley and Dorking – and of course Gatwick airport. Smallbrook’s location off Massetts Road is perfectly situated within walking distance of the town centre, local GP’s, churches, the River Mole and parks.

If you are looking for the right care home for your loved one and would like to know more about Smallbrook Care Home, please call 01293 772 576 or email managerSM@aspreyhealthcare.co.uk

Smalbrook Care Home
Suffolk Close (off Massetts Road)
Surrey RH6 7DU


In January 2018 we were visited by the Quality Assurance Team from Reigate & Banstead Locality and we received some great feedback that we thought we would share with you:

“Residents’ bedrooms were seen to be well presented. It was positive to see that residents had been supported to wall mount photographs and/or pictures from their own home. Some residents had chosen to bring in other items of furniture and bedding.

I had observed the lady being offered a tabard to protect her clothing and to protect her dignity.

The meals were hot and fresh and it looked very appetising. The portions for lunch were a good size. One lady started to eat what she had chosen, but didn't like it and then the carer asked if she would like something else to eat and choose a sandwich this was immediately acted on.

We had previously seen a communal room on another visit and the provider had set a bar in the room which made it feel like a social club and a perfect area to gather in.

Staff were feeling generally much happier and able to raise issues with the management team and feel that their concerns are listening to. Staff confirmed that seniors and management reviews and amends the care plan after speaking to carers and family member’s.  One member of staff did confirm that t care staff can now change care plans. Management have confirmed that they are trying to work with each carer to give them the skills and knowledge for them to be able to update care plans onto the electronic system.”

  • February 2018, Quality Assurance Team is from Reigate & Banstead Locality Team