Thorn Hall Residential Care Home is a residential care home owned by PWC Care Limited.
The home is situated in the village of Thorngumbald, a rural village just outside of Kingston Upon Hull. It provides accommodation and care for upto 18 older people
The home is registered with CQC to provide the following regulated activties;
"Accomodation for persons who require nursing or personal care"
Thorn Hall was originally built in 1770 by Samuel Standidge, who went on to become the Mayor of Hull in 1795. The home was knocked down and rebuilt in 1880 and some of the Jacobean features including the stained glass window can still be seen today within the home.