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The Lilacs

The Lilacs care home, ExeterResidential Care Home close to Exeter City Centre.

The Lilacs is made up of three Victorian terraced houses, with purpose built care facilities, a 10 minute walk from the centre of Exeter. It benefits from lovely patio and garden areas overlooking Exeter Bowling Green. There is ample parking for visitors located at the rear of the building.

We welcome your enquiry whether you or your loved one is looking for:

  • A home from home
  • 24 hour care, 7 days a week, long or short term
  • Day or respite care
  • A change of care home

Features of the home include:

  • 24 hour a day care
  • 29 bedrooms
  • Televisions in all rooms
  • Pretty Garden and Patio areas
  • 2 quiet sitting rooms
  • A lounge/diner – the heart of the home
  • Visiting hairdresser, chiropodist, dentist, optician
  • Various entertainment
  • Library books
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Music
  • Use of mini-bus ‘The Wanderer’
Care Fees

Care Fees are dependent on care needs and room choice, so will be calculated following a pre-admission assessment. For more information about these fees and what they include, click here.

Contact Details

Home Manager: Mary Davidson

Address: 42-44 Old Tiverton Road, Exeter EX4 6NG

Tel: 01392 435271
Fax:
01392 435271

Mary Davidson, Manager, The Lilacs
Mary Davidson, Manager
Testimonials:

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CQC Report

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Food Hygene Rating 3

News from The Lilacs

Exeter Care & Healthcare Jobs Fair

Today Stonehaven Care Group are at the Exeter Care & Healthcare Jobs Fair at the Guildhall. If you are looking for a career in Care, and would like to work in one of our Exeter homes – The Lilacs, Dove Tree House and The Manor (Exminster) – pop along and have a chat with us […]

The Lilacs garden gets a makeover

The Lilacs garden received a makeover last weekend, courtesy of one of the residents family’s church group. The wanted to do something for the community, so they fundraised, came in and tidied the garden and planted some lovely new plants. Click on the link to see them at work: MOV_3202.mp4

Stonehaven run in aid of the Exeter Dementia Action Alliance

On Sunday, the ladies of the Stonehaven Support Office took part in the Muddifords Court Cheese Run in aid of the Exeter Dementia Action Alliance. 180 people ran or walked the route from Burlescombe Village, along the beautiful Great Western Canal Path, to Muddifords Court Country House, where they enjoyed a family fun day! Bouncy […]

Fantastic work by the Exeter Dementia Action Alliance Continues

Stonehaven are proud to be a member of the Exeter Dementia Action Alliance (EDAA). Here Gina Awad explains how work continues in the local community in and around Exeter: Dementia Friendly Awards 2017: Last year’s winner, one year on  

Tony Husband; Book Reading Event

As members of the Exeter Dementia Action Alliance, Stonehaven were invited to a book reading by Tony Husband, of his  book ‘Take Care, Son; The Story of My Dad and his Dementia.’ It was an extremely moving and beautifully illustrated account of his father’s experience of living with dementia.  Tony’s book is an important inclusion […]