Little Haven offers a warm, friendly environment, renowned locally for high quality care. Within three minutes walk of the village centre and easy reach of Hythe, residents can relax and enjoy the surroundings, safe in the knowledge they're being cared for by a professional, dedicated team.
With 41 well-appointed rooms, with en-suite WC, each bedroom and sitting room is light and airy with lovely garden views. Whilst residents enjoy communal lounges, a hobbies room and a hairdressing salon.
Organised activities are at the heart of their care, so they encourage exercise and most importantly fun. Kitchenettes and laundry facilities are also available for the more independent residents.
All residents receive a care plan tailored to their individual needs, achieved through initial assessment and on-going planning.
Little Haven offers residential, nursing and respite care plus no obligation trial visits.
All resident rooms are bright, clean and homely. Each has a garden view and en-suite facilities. Easily accessible adapted baths and easy access shower rooms are available on each floor of the home.We encourage residents to bring small pieces of furniture and personal items to make their room feel more like home.
These prices are only a guideline, please press the Request Information button to find out the exact price for your requirements.
A warm welcome awaits you at our two residential and nursing homes in the New Forest; Little Haven in Dibden Purlieu and Forest Oaks in Brockenhurst. We would love to hear from you if you’re looking for a friendly, safe and caring environment for yourself or a loved one in the coming months. We offer residential care, nursing care, palliative care and short term or respite care.
The Wilverley Association was first established in 1964 when Miss Blanche Hindson decided that Brockenhurst needed a residential facility for older people. Homes with care for older people were scarce and there was a significant need due to a large number of older people (women in particular) living alone as a result of the longer term effect of the World Wars. The Wilverley Association was set up as a charity with the aim of providing “housing and care for retired people and to give security in case of illness”. As a result, Forest Oaks was opened as a 46 bed Residential Care Home in Brockenhurst with funds raised from charities and donations from local benefactors.