A care home packed with luxury facilities including a hair salon and a cinema is set to open later this year.

Tarring Manor, in Worthing, is set back from the roadside along a winding driveway, nestled among trees making for a quiet, tranquil setting.

The Argus: A room at Tarring ManorA room at Tarring Manor (Image: The Argus)

The two-storey building is impressive and is surrounded two large gardens, brimming with beautiful plants and grasses for residents to enjoy the sun.

But inside is where Tarring Manor really shines.

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The décor is neutral throughout with splashes of colour on feature walls, with soft and comfortable furnishings throughout.

Each floor is designed around those staying there. The ground floor is for those with less complex care needs, while the first floor is for those living with dementia. In fact, by each resident’s bedroom door is a small cabinet for them to store belongings to prompt memories.

The Argus: A memory cabinet beside each resident's door on the first floorA memory cabinet beside each resident's door on the first floor (Image: The Argus)

The top floor, meanwhile, is designated for those requiring nursing care.

Each of the 75 resident rooms is light and airy, while some even come with balconies. And for those without a private balcony, there are several large sun-trap patios to enjoy.

The Argus: One of the sun terraces at Tarring ManorOne of the sun terraces at Tarring Manor (Image: The Argus)

Around the complex is a hair salon, a games room, a cinema, dining rooms on each floor, private dining spaces for family and friends of residents, spaces for residents to do some gardening and grow vegetables and myriad other brilliant ways for those at Tarring Manor to spend their time.

Conrad Bool, customer relations manager at Tarring Manor, said: “We want to be best in class we want to be one of the best care homes if not the best care home in the area.

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“Knowledge and understanding are at the heart of what we provide, and our team of care workers, nurses, support staff, specialists and manager go above and beyond to deliver superb care to residents.”

The Argus asked Tarring Manor how much it had invested in building the complex but did not receive an answer.

However, it is believed the project cost roughly £12 million to complete.

Tarring Manor is set to open later this year after an inspection by the Care Quality Commision.