Exmouth Society Ltd
The Abbeyfield Exmouth Society is a charity that provides 'home from home' accommodation for 13 older people on a non-profit basis.
The Abbeyfield Exmouth Society began life in 1970 and opened Harding House in 1977 after a bequest from Martha Harding, whom the house is named after. Harding House was formerly The Elmdene Hotel.
Harding House underwent extensive refurbishment in the 1970s and again in the early 1990s, part of which resulted in en-suite facilities now being in all rooms.
The society’s trustees are comprised of long-serving and new members bringing a great mix of skills to cope with all the demands made from it. The new House Chairman is the daughter of our oldest resident and she is also on the Executive Committee reporting any concerns and suggestions the residents may have. The society always considers the views of the residents when making decisions.
The Abbeyfield Exmouth Society is a charity that provides 'home from home' accommodation for 13 older people on a non-profit basis. Based in Exmouth we are near the village of Littleham, which has a good range of local shops.
The Abbeyfield Exmouth Society manage Harding House so that it's a warm and welcoming house, offering a good mix of communal area and individual private rooms.
Name: Exmouth Society Ltd
Address: 101 Salterton Road, Exmouth, Devon, EX8 2NG
Phone number: 01395 277404
Charity Number: 271317
Harding House provides supported living accommodation for older people in Exmouth, in 12 rooms and a two-storey maisonette. We have a stairlift and all rooms are unfurnished, allowing residents to bring their own furniture to create a real home from home.
The best features of the house include the lovely, bright, sunny lounge where residents meet in the mornings for coffee and chat and to watch the world go by.
Abbeyfield has complied with the government’s guidance on managing the risk of COVID-19 and is COVID-secure. Please click to find out more about our response to the pandemic.