Peasmarsh Place Country Care has been an independent provider of elderly care serving East Sussex for more than 30 years. They are consistently deemed good by the Care Quality Commission. There two homes run by Peasmarsh Place County Care:

Peasmarsh Place is a wonderful country house built in 1616 was bought in 1854 by the Liddell family and where Charles Liddell’s niece, Alice was first told some stories by Lewis Carroll which were later published as Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. The house is set in 10 acres of parkland; Peasmarsh Place is a warm and welcoming home with magnificent views over the Sussex countryside.

Sister home, Oakside is in nearby Northiam, it is in a grade two listed building with some parts dating back to the 17th century and overlooks the village green.

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