Prioritising Personal Care at a Reputable Nursing Home
in North Ferriby, East Yorkshire
COVID Statement - We are really passionate about the safety and wellbeing of our residents and put them at the forefront of all we do at Ferriby House. All new residents are COVID tested before admission and every 28 days thereafter, whilst staff are tested weekly.
The home is COVID free and we have very robust infection control measures in place. All of our staff receive full infection control training and wear full PPE in line with Goverment Guidance.
The staff at North Ferriby Nursing Home pride themselves on creating a non-institutional atmosphere where residents can carry on their chosen lifestyle using the public rooms, or in the privacy of their own accommodation. You can find out more here.
About North Ferriby Nursing Home
Your personal care our primary concern at North Ferriby Nursing Home and the permanent nursing and ancillary staff are here to help and support you with your day-to-day living. Whilst helping you maintain your quality of life in a safe, secure and well-maintained environment with privacy, dignity and respect. We are a family-run residential and nursing home established in 1983 and registered with CQC (Care Quality Commission). Providing:
- Nursing Care
- Residential Care
- Dementia Care (No challenging behaviour)
- Young Disabled Care
- Post-Operative Care
- Palliative Care
- Private Day Care
- Respite Care
- Convalescent Care
North Ferriby Nursing Home is set in a beautiful Grade II* listed building known as Ferriby House, offering all the amenities that you would expect from a modern care home but with the classically beautiful surroundings of a large Georgian manor house. The home is situated in the heart of North Ferriby and is close to:
- Local Shops
- Post Office
- Bus Stops
- Train Station
- Public House
- Cafes and Restaurants
Inside the Nursing Home
Private rooms mean that you can create a home within our home with your most treasured possessions and furnishings, all adding to your comfort and sense of well-being. Registered for 38 residents in 30 rooms, many of the larger en-suite rooms at North Ferriby Nursing Home are ideal for married couples or for those who require more living space.
A wide range of accommodation is available for private, part-funded, and fully funded clients in:
- Standard Single Rooms
- Single En-Suite Rooms
- Double En-Suite Rooms
- Companion En-Suite Rooms
Team of Professionals
The highly trained, dedicated professionals at North Ferriby Nursing Home deliver care in conjunction with support services, which are tailored to each clients' unique needs and preferences to maximise their health, comfort and peace of mind in a safe and relaxed environment. With more than 35 years of experience, they have the skills and abilities required to handle any type of situation.
With a 5-star rating in kitchen hygiene, North Ferriby Nursing Home chefs create traditional, home-cooked food using fresh, locally sourced produce. Meals can be served in the dining room or via our full room service, and cater to all special dietary requirements.
Built between 1785 and 1788 for Sir Henry Etherington, Sheriff of Kingston upon Hull in 1758 and Mayor in 1785, the building was passed to his niece Lady Mary Beauclerk, daughter of the Duke of St Albans, in 1830. In 1844, it was purchased from her by Charles Turner whose family lived there until 1902.
In 1904, the Turner Estate, which comprised of 885 acres, was bought as a whole by Filmer Wilson of the world-famous shipping empire. The Wilson family retained Ferriby Hall, and sold Ferriby House to Godfrey Robinson. The Godfrey Robinson family lived there until 1953 when the property was acquired by Hull City Council.
The home was formally opened in 1954 by the Lord Mayor as a retirement home. Ownership passed to Humberside County Council in 1974 and the use continued until 1982 when structural and other problems led to its closure.
Semi-derelict and in need of substantial structural repairs, it was acquired by the current owners, Ian and Sheila Holden in 1983. They restored the building, converting, and registering it for its present use as a nursing home. As a Grade II* listed building, great care has been taken in carrying out the necessary work to retain what is accepted to be one of the most important Georgian interiors in the East Riding of Yorkshire. Exquisite plasterwork, original fireplaces, and a double cantilevered staircase with a minstrel gallery landing are a few of the features of this period home.
Please contact us with any questions or comments using the information below. We look forward to hearing from you. Thank you!
5 High Street