Welcome to Broadoak Manor
Built in 1742, this Queen Anne Grade II-listed manor house is situated in beautiful landscaped gardens in the centre of the peaceful Hertfordshire countryside. But, while the surroundings are steeped in history, the care we provide at Broad Oak Manor is entirely modern.
Our dedicated, skilled team use an innovative approach to ensure that all our residents receive the highest standards of care, tailored entirely to their needs. And, the unique, friendly, and flexible environment at Broad Oak Manor allows every resident to receive both the care they need and the independence they want.
We provide a safe and secure environment in which you will have the constant support of highly trained and skilled staff who will help you to maintain your independence, knowing help is always at hand.
Our care never waivers in its high standards, but always changes to your needs. So you know that, whatever lies ahead you will have the support you need to get the best from life.
We carefully consider the feedback of residents and families to continually develop and deliver our services. This is alongside the ongoing professional development of our staff who receive regular training to ensure they can provide care to the highest possible standards.
Broad Oak Manor is a Grade II Queen Anne Home built in 1742 that originally served as the home farm to the nearby Goldings Estate. It was a private manor house from 1926, undergoing many improvements during this time, including extensions by the well-known architect Harry Stuart Goodhart-Rendel, before becoming a nursing home in 1976.
2002 saw the opening of Broad Oak Lane, a collection of 29 luxury houses designed by local architect Mike Easton and set adjacent to the nursing home. These properties, while expanding our capacity, also extended our ability to provide residents with 24-hour, personalised care in a home they can call their own.