We have two care homes located in the exquisite county of Wiltshire; each offering a safe and homely living environment.

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Our homes specialise in supporting people living with dementia and Alzheimer’s, and provide high-quality, dignified care for people in the final stages of their lives.

Our care homes in Wiltshire are unique, and so is the care they provide. When you move in, you are encouraged to make your space your own and will receive one-to-one support tailored to your individual care needs, preferences and interests.

From the moment you enquire, our expert team will take time getting to know you. This begins with support from our care advisors who will listen to you and help determine the best level of care for your needs. Call today for free, no-obligation advice on whether our Wiltshire homes are right for you.

Our Wiltshire homes

We manage more than 25 care and nursing homes across England. This includes two in Wiltshire.

Things to consider when choosing
a care or nursing home

CQC information

When you are looking for information, be sure to visit the Care Quality Commission’s website. The CQC monitors and inspects care services and publish what they find to help you find the best care.


Something to think about before you visit a potential new home is how your care will be funded. You may qualify for some level of funding from your local authority or the NHS.

Frequently asked questions

Our all-inclusive care home fees begin at £895 per week. This price includes accommodation, 24-hour tailored residential or nursing care, freshly cooked meals, laundry, and a variety of activities and outings.

An accurate quote for our homes is contingent upon a free, no-obligation care assessment after you’ve visited the home of your choice.

To get started, contact our team of care experts today.

In our care homes some people like the structure of three-square meals a day, while others prefer to eat smaller portions at mealtimes, and snack in between. When you move in to our home, our chef will spend time getting to know your preferences and favourite dishes.

All our care homes cater for a range of dietary needs, from gluten-free, to vegetarian and vegan. The chefs use local and seasonal ingredients as much as possible in designing their menus. They work hard to create appetising meals which are not only nutritionally-balanced, but delicious too!

Our care and nursing homes have picture and written menus, but we always re-offer before serving, to check our residents haven’t changed their minds about what they’d like to eat.

We know how important our companionships with our fluffy friends are. Not only are they part of the family, they also help with mental and physical well-being. This is why we make every effort to keep you and your pets together when you join us.

Our care homes in Wiltshire allow your pets to move in with you, subject to the Registered Manager’s approval. To find out more, please contact our expert care advisors or discuss your pets with the Registered Manager of your chosen home when you visit.

We have two care homes in Wiltshire with a wealth of specialist experience providing residential, nursing, respite care for people aged 50+.

Our homes can support individuals with a wide variety of care needs, including dementia, Alzheimer’s and complex illnesses requiring specialist, ongoing care. What’s more, our residential care options range from self-contained apartments to nursing care.

If you would like to view our home then don’t hesitate to give us a call and we would be happy to arrange a no obligation home visit.

Alternatively, we have regular coffee mornings where anyone is able to pop in. This is great opportunity to get to know our team and residents.

Funding may be available from your local authority. Firstly, they will check how much help and what kind of care you need: this is called a care needs assessment. Following on from that, a free financial assessment will calculate the total cost of care and how much you’ll need to contribute. During the financial assessment it’s important to be open and honest about all your assets, so everything can be taken into consideration.

If you don’t want a financial assessment you can choose to pay for your care home yourself – this is called self-funding.

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