Beacher Hall (Bupa)

Last updated: 26/02/2024

Located near the centre of Reading, Beacher Hall offers 24-hour nursing care and support for those 18 and over with a range of needs.

That includes those living with complex needs and neurological conditions, such as Multiple Sclerosis, respiratory conditions, Parkinson’s and acquired brain injuries. The home offers both long-term, short-stay and rehabilitation care.

A converted listed building, Beacher Hall offers a relaxing environment that is well equipped for a range of individual care needs.

There’s always a bustling atmosphere, with plenty for residents to get involved in. There is a physiotherapy gym – great for slow stream rehabilitation and preventing secondary complications – large landscaped gardens and an inviting lounge. These are open to all, whether they’re staying long-term or for a few months.

All bedrooms have en-suite facilities as well as a TV and telephone point. Comfortable communal areas and lounges, as well as the attractive landscaped gardens, provide the ideal setting where residents can socialise and relax with friends and family.

The home goes to great effort to ensure mealtimes are satisfying and enjoyable, aiming for a balanced and nutritious diet that also accounts for personal taste.

Sensory art classes and music therapy are part of a thriving activities programme, and regular trips and outings are organised allowing residents to get out and enjoy community life or visit the cinema.



Who to contact

0118 321 6738
Beacher Hall (Bupa)

Where to go

Beacher Hall (Bupa)
42, Bath Road

If you’ve never been before, why not come for a visit? You can meet the team and get a feel for the atmosphere. The M4 is only four miles from the home, connecting you to London and the west country. Reading train station is just a mile away too.

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