Our Care Homes

Coronavirus update

RABI operates two residential homes, Beaufort House and Manson House. We are applying best practice in all of our Covid-19 measures at the homes including the use of PPE equipment to help safeguard both residents and staff.

RABI can now facilitate indoor visits for named visitors in accordance with current government guidance.  Staff at both of the homes are currently able to support up to two visitors attending each resident visit and a maximum of two indoor visits to the home on any given day.   Family and friends who are not named visitors are welcome to arrange visits to residents in the home gardens.

Please contact the Home Manager if you would like to arrange a visit or wish to better understand our approach and the measures being taken to keep everyone safe.  

Both Beaufort House and Manson House are open to applications from new residents.

Beaufort House: 01278 786320
Manson House: 01284 753106

RABI currently operate two residential care homes, Beaufort House in Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset and Manson House in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

We take great pride in the care provided by our two residential home teams to both farming and non-farming residents at the two homes and work hard to respect and promote residents’ independence, dignity and choice.

Meals are cooked using local produce wherever possible and both homes offer weekly activities and events. Residents are encouraged to lead active lives for as long as possible.

Both Beaufort House and Manson House are registered with the Care Quality Commission.

In addition to the two homes, RABI may be able to assist with the cost of residential or domiciliary support through the provision of ‘top-up’ fees.

If you, someone you love is eligible for local authority funding for social care, but have insufficient savings or income to meet a short-fall in fees, RABI may be able to assist by ‘topping-up’ the local authority payment.

If you would like to understand more about how RABI can assist farming people to receive care close to family and friends, please email at help@rabi.org.uk or call the freephone helpline on 0800 188 4444.