Short Stay Breaks At Middleton Hall

When you need a break, whatever time of year, there’s no better place to be than Middleton Hall Retirement Village….

A wide range of people enjoy a short stay break at one of the areas of Middleton Hall. Short breaks offer:

  • An opportunity for those requiring care to take a break from their usual routine
  • Valuable time off for family carers of those requiring care
  • The perfect solution for people recuperating from an illness or operation
  • A break from domestic chores and an opportunity to enjoy the spa and facilities
  • An ideal chance for those thinking of moving to a retirement home on a permanent basis to experience Middleton Hall for themselves before making a decision.

A short stay break is what you want it to be. Sample the wide range of luxury facilities to make your stay as relaxing or as active as you choose. Guests can stay in an apartment in Middleton Grove or a large guest room in Middleton Gardens, when available. Both have all the comforts of home with the benefits of hotel style services.

On a full board basis you can select meals from an extensive menu. Join trips out to a variety of destinations, participate in planned daily activities or simply enjoy a chance to rest. Our Living Well team will meet and discuss your needs and wishes with you to maximise the benefit and enjoyment you get from your stay.

An opportunity is given to make use of all of our facilities including:

    • The use of Middleton Spa Swimming pool, Spa Pool, Gym and Studio
    • Day trips out to local places of interest or just a little shopping
    • Bowling and Boules (April to October)
    • Golf Putting Green/Pitch and Putt

    • Woodland Walks and Bird Hide
    • Complementary Therapies
    • Hairdressing
    • Library
    • The Orangery and Restaurant
    • Free Wi Fi access is available throughout Middleton Hall


    Families and visitors are made welcome too. Choose from a wide range of nutritious, homemade recipes and menus, served in the relaxed setting of the Orangery or the more traditional Restaurant or take a stroll round the gardens and enjoy the wide variety of wildlife and birds that can be seen.

    All guests are assessed to determine specific requirements prior to booking confirmation. Short stay breaks are on a full board basis and are subject to availability. These breaks are popular with guests who often return several times a year as they enjoy all that Middleton Hall has to offer. It is therefore advisable to book early.


    For further information, prices or to make a booking on Short Stay Breaks or to make an appointment to view please contact us or call Caroline Soullier on 01325 332 207.


    “My thanks to Middleton Hall for looking after me so well […] I met some very caring people from all departments who certainly made my life easier.”
    Independent resident who took a short stay break at Middleton Grove during a period of illness – July 2018

    “I saw quite a few staff that I have known from my previous visits […] all made me feel welcome with their friendly approachable manner. I know from previous times that the staff are Middleton Hall’s biggest asset.
    I not only enjoy the culinary delights at meal times but also the cut & thrust of social debate with my dining companions.”
    Resident who has regular short stay breaks

    “All services were excellent, staff very pleasant and courteous. There were daily activities to be free to join in and other residents I met were friendly and welcoming.
    I would have no hesitation in going to this home again! Excellent all round, I can’t say more!
    P.S. I forgot to mention the beautiful gardens surrounding the hall, with plenty of seating to use!”
    Resident who enjoyed a short stay break

    “We persuaded (my mother) to have a two-week respite stay in Middleton Hall and she settled well […] She is encouraged to live, keep her mind alert, has excellent food and the staff treat her and me as “family”. There will be no difficulty in decided where I will move to…. Middleton Hall!” Relative of a Resident who had a short stay break