Who we are
A warm and welcoming environment, encouraging children to develop and grow
A modern nursery, with plenty of space for children to run, jump and play.
Located in the market town of Waterlooville, Queenswood Lodge previously served as a doctor’s surgery until its refurbishment into a nursery in 2020.
The nursery has three light and open plans rooms, which are carefully designed for the children to become independent learners. There are plenty of natural resources and furniture, inviting children to control their own learning and development.
- Registered for 55 children from 0 –5 years
- Qualified, passionate and child-centred team
- Nutritious, home cooked meals
- Access to 100-acre Queens Inclosure
- Safe and secure garden
Directions, parking & opening times
Directions & Parking
The nursery is located on the A3 London Road opposite The Queens Inclosure. We are within easy reach of the A3(M) to go South to Portsmouth or North towards Petersfield. We are conveniently located for anyone living or working in Waterlooville, Denmead, Cowplain or Horndean. There is a car park available for drop-off and pick-up.
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Opening timesFull day8am to 6pmAM8am to 1pmPM1pm to 6pmEarly start7:30am / 8am
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"I cannot speak highly enough of the nursery""I cannot speak highly enough of the nursery. My son had a really hard time adjusting at first, how they dealt with it made me feel at ease leaving him with them. The updates they provide on the app are amazing, I know everything he has done throughout the day. Seeing his little smile in the pictures is evidence in itself how much he loves it. His key worker and the whole team are really caring. He’s only a couple of months in and already he gets sad when we leave after picking him up. He absolutely loves it there."
"Everyone is so lovely, approachable and welcoming""My little boy absolutely adores everyone at Good Manors Day Nursery Queenswood Lodge. He’s only 1 and walks in every morning with the biggest smile on his face and doesn't even look back to say goodbye most mornings because he’s desperate to get in! Everyone is so lovely, approachable and welcoming and I go to work every day he’s in nursery knowing he is in the safest hands with them all."
"I would happily recommend the nursery""My son has been attending Good Manors Day Nursery since he was 9 months. He enjoys his time at nursery and all the activities and delicious food. The staff are all lovely and friendly and have helped out with additional needs where required. There are plenty of play areas and toys which allow him to explore and develop at his own pace with the support of the team. The app is brilliant and the staff are always taking videos and photos so I can see what he's been up to throughout the day. I would happily recommend the nursery and think it is good value for money."
“Having worked in Early Years for 12 years, I have loved every minute of it; from watching babies take their first steps to waving our pre-school children off to school. I am passionate about my job and my team, and I strive to support each child to develop to their fullest potential through a range of fun and exciting activities; while also getting to know their families. Here at Queenswood Lodge, we love the outdoor environment and making use of the local wooded area, taking the children on exploratory walks and picnics, supporting them in exploring the world around them.”