A warm welcome to Bramshott Grange, a luxury residential care home in Hampshire situated on the edge of the pretty little village of Liphook. Hampshire is renowned for award-winning country parks with beautiful scenery, nearby stunning coastline, lively markets and independent boutiques – overall a great area to live and visit.
Fantastic places to explore on the door step
With our own transport and lots of things to do near Liphook, our regular trips out mean you can explore the community on your doorstep. Together we can create new memories!
Complimentary chauffeur service
We have a dedicated wheelchair-friendly vehicle which offers accessibility for all and ensures that everyone is able to enjoy day trips out. A fully inclusive service, this comes at no extra cost and is available to residents whenever they would like to use it.
Here are some of the most popular places to visit near Bramshott Grange
Jane Austen’s House
The most treasured Austen site in the world, this exhibition and museum tells the story of Jane Austen’s life, where she lived and wrote. Situated in the village of Chawton, this is a fantastic place to visit.
Hindhead common & Devils Punch Bowl
This beautiful National Trust site is on our home’s doorstep and offers fabulous views of the Surrey Hills. A great place to explore the stunning countryside and woodland trails with family and friends. There is even a café for delicious homemade cake!
Old Thorns Golf Course
For those who enjoy a round of golf, nestling in the Hampshire countryside is this spacious course. Officially opened in 1982 by Jack Nicklaus, Seve Ballesteros, Isao Aoki and Bill Rogers. A round at Old Thorns will see you walking in the footsteps of the game’s greatest players
Hollycombe Steam Farm
On our doorstep here in Liphook, Britain’s largest collection of working steam! A chance to take a journey to the sandstone quarry which offers views across the South Downs and Sussex Weald. The miniature railway also proves fun for all the family as it explores the beautiful gardens!
Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight
With access straight on to the A3, day trips are easy down to the coast. With great shopping and sightseeing in abundance in Portsmouth, from castles to cannons, the Isle of Wight is a great place to reminisce about those childhood holidays.
If you have any questions about the care we provide or to arrange a visit please call or email
To request more information, please give us a call or email us. We would love to speak to you about what Dormy Care Communities can do for you and your family.