• We are Peacehaven House
  • A Not-for-profit Care Home
  • Located in Southport
Who we are

we are peacehaven house

Peacehaven House is set in a quiet suburb of Southport, it is a lovely traditional building set in delightful and extensive gardens that has been sympathetically extended and refurbished over the years. It is conveniently located to local shops in Churchtown and has excellent access to the sea side town of Southport. Residents are positively encouraged to maintain an independent lifestyle and have the opportunity to participate in a wide range of interests and activities.

Peacehaven House was established in 1949 as a Registered Charity to provide care for the elderly in Southport. Over the years it has been extended and refurbished and now contains 55 bed rooms, multiple lounges, two dining rooms, a conservatory, extensive gardens with paved walkways, a summer house and a stunning waterfall.

This is no ordinary care home, this is Peacehaven House, where residents come first , where the care home really is their home and the staff are friendly, committed and enthusiastic .We guarantee you a warm and friendly welcome and new residents rarely take a long time to settle and to feel part of a community that has thrived for many years. Resident’s needs are carefully assessed and care is tailored to the individual. Respect and security feature high on our list of priorities, as does the need for fun and adventure – when appropriate!

Our activities team provide a wide range of activities and social events are regularly organised such as quizzes, card & board games, shopping expeditions or general visits in the local area. We also have talks by visiting speakers, entertainers, exercise classes and bingo sessions plus our own on site hairdressers. Our Easter and Summer Fairs are always popular and our extensive gardens lend themselves ideally to these events as well as BBQ’s, garden lunches or teas and lazy summer days with a nice cup of tea or something colder.

Being a not for profit, charity led organisation has many advantages for residents at Peacehaven House. We are able to re-invest any surplus generated into improved facilities or offerings for our residents, we are not beholden to shareholders and run the Home for the sole purpose of the residents. The resident truly comes first at Peacehaven.

We take great pride in providing a safe, comfortable and happy environment for our residents, no appointments are necessary, however visitors must sign into reception and be accompanied by a member of staff as they tour the facilities for security reason.

Please call in and have a look - you won’t be disappointed

Our History

The registered charity was formed on the 5th December 1949 when 115 Roe Lane was purchased. We initially provided accommodation for eighteen residents and it was fully occupied from the day it opened. In October 1956, 101 Roe Lane (our current location) was purchased and conversion to a Care Home was completed on 19th June 1958. A two storey rear extension known as the Garden Wing was added in 1960 and in 1971 the single storey extension housing additional bedrooms, a second kitchen, lounge, and dining room was added.

In the late 1990’s research commenced into the future requirements of Peacehaven residents and special attention was given to the forthcoming Care Standards Act and Care Home Regulations that would ultimately lead to the closure of many care homes in the UK. Between July 2004 and January 2005 a major modernisation project was undertaken followed by a smaller second phase of work between October 2005 and March 2006 leading to our present total of 55 bedrooms, many of which have en suite facilities. The Derwent Wing was extensively refurbished in 2012 to provide a modern open plan lounge and dining design with delightful views of the extensive gardens.

Our Team

We currently employ 63 staff, some have been with us over 20 years, several of whom have been at Peacehaven over 15 years, and over half of our staff has been with us more than 10 years. Our aim is to provide a safe, comfortable and friendly environment for our residents and we recognise whole heartedly that Peacehaven is not just a care home, but in reality is each individual resident’s actual home.

Peacehaven House has a dedicated team that has delivered devoted service over many years giving us a very stable environment and platform to provide care to our residents. Respect and understanding are cornerstones of our approach to care and our staff are well trained, enthusiastic and team based players who without doubt follow our motto of “The residents come first”.

Peacehaven House is run soley for the benefit of the residents

Our Facilities

Peacehaven House is set in large landscaped gardens with a car park located directly in front of the entrance to the main building and reception. Wheelchair access is provided to the main door and full disabled access exists throughout the building, there are stairs and a lift to the first floor and a lovely conservatory overlooking the gardens again with convenient access for all.

We have two lounges and a dining room conveniently located close to the reception area and the bedrooms affiliated to the main building, one includes a large screened TV whilst the other one is used primarily for relaxation, chatting and reading. There is a lovely conservatory mid way between the main building and the Derwent Wing (open to all) that contains a further dining room and lounge, with a large screen TV, that enjoys lovely views of the gardens. The gardens are extensive with large lawned areas, flower beds, pathways, patio areas, waterfall and a model railway. You really have to see the scale of the gardens to believe them and to appreciate the multiple uses that they are used for, such as garden parties, places to eat and drink and of course just to walk around and enjoy.

We have an onsite laundry facility (free) and a hairdressing saloon (chargeable) and 55 bedrooms, many of which have en suite facilities. There are multiple toilets, two shower rooms and two adapted bathrooms with hoists.

Accessibility and Mobility

Peacehaven House is conveniently located just outside the centre of Churchtown and close to the lovely town of Southport. There is ample parking for visitors, right by the front door with wheelchair access to the main building and to the extensive and delightfully landscaped gardens. Rooms are located mainly on the ground floor along with the two dining rooms, three lounges and attractive conservatory. First floor rooms can be accessed by the stairs or lift.

55 Bedrooms

There are 55 bedrooms, many of which have en suite toilet facilities. The majority of bedrooms are located on the ground floor and many rooms enjoy views of the lovely gardens. Rooms are equipped with beds, furniture, shaving points, electrical sockets, mirror and wash basins and residents are welcome to bring along their own furniture.

In-House Entertainment

Two of the three lounges are equipped with large screen TV’s, one is reserved as a quiet room and provides a lovely place to sit, read or just to sit and chat with friends. There are a wide range of activities and social events organised by our Activities Team, that include cheese and wine parties, pub lunches, visiting speakers, entertainers, exercise classes, card and board games, quizzes and bingo sessions.

Wireless Internet Connectivity

Throughout Peacehaven House the Internet is accessible wirelessly. With wireless hotspots configured around the home, Internet connectivity is available whenever it is needed. This allows Residents to communicate more freely, with family members who may not be able to visit, due to location or as frequently as they may like

Freshly Prepared Food

Food is prepared daily by our on-site chef and his team and served three times a day in our two dining rooms. Great care is taken to ensure that all specific dietary requirements of our residents are met, a choice of meals is offered daily along with the flexibility of additional personal favourites on request.

If you wish to make further enquiries, please contact

The Manager, Lynne Nuttall

01704 227 030


101 Roe Lane, Southport, PR9 7PD


From time to time, we receive thanks, and praise for our work with some of our residents friends and families who we provide and have provided care for. We think they know how to say it best. Below are some of their messages to us.

“Without exception your staff are totally professional, caring, supportive and extremely helpful”
Phil Johnson

“Let me put on record our heartfelt thanks to you for the great care, kindness and love you, and all the staff at Peacehaven gave to my Mum”
Alex Dickinson

“A big thank you to you all for your great kindness and help in so many ways since I came to Peacehaven, Special thanks to the Kitchen staff for catering for my special diet”
Margaret Donovan

“A short note but a BIG thank you for looking after Mother for the past 10 months. You gave Pam and I much peace of mind knowing that Mum’s every needs were attended to”
Howard Nayden

“My Aunt Mrs Millie Richards is clearly living happily in her room near reception from where she can watch all the daily comings and goings of visitors and fellow residents. Her room is comfortable and warm and I am sure she feels at home there”
Angus MacLaren

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Derwent Lounge

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Dining Room

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Waterfall Garden

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Contact Us

If you wish to make further enquiries, please contact

The Manager, Lynne Nuttall

01704 227 030


101 Roe Lane, Southport, PR9 7PD

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