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The list below includes care homes with confirmed bed availability and are accepting new residents.
Please note, all new residencies are subject to a health assessment and being able to meet the care needs of the prospective resident.
Newmarket, CB8 8JYCare UK
Located within the Suffolk countryside, just a stone’s throw away from the town’s famous racecourse and vibrant centre, Kentford Manor provides nursing, residential, dementia, respite and palliative care. Road, rail and air transport links to the care home are strong, ensuring friends and family can visit regularly with ease. Facilities include a hair salon, cafe, fully furnished ensuite rooms, landscaped gardens and spacious lounges. The chefs provide a balanced and varied menu tailored to individual preferences, with three delicious meals a day on offer. The dedicated activity coordinator organises various outings and entertainment for all residents based on their interests, welcoming the local community to the home frequently.
Bury Saint Edmunds, IP33 2EXCare UK
Situated in the friendly Suffolk market town of Bury St Edmunds, Glastonbury Court is a welcoming care home that provides expert residential, dementia, nursing, nursing dementia, respite and end of life care to the elderly. Rated “Outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission, this Care UK home boasts an array of luxurious facilities, including beautifully decorated bedrooms, stylish communal lounges, an activities room, a cinema room, an on-site pub, manicured gardens and a hair and beauty salon where residents can enjoy a well-earned pamper session. The dedicated lifestyle team at Glastonbury Court are always on hand to organise a wealth of group and one-to-one activities, keeping residents engaged and entertained.
Newmarket, CB8 7AQBoutique Care Homes
Located in the rural town of Newmarket, in Suffolk Brampton Manor is a welcoming care home that provides expert residential, respite, and dementia care. Part of the Boutique Care Homes group, Brampton Manor is home to a range of facilities, including beautifully decorated bedrooms, a selection of comfortable lounges, charming dining areas and perfectly blooming courtyards where residents can relax and enjoy the fresh air. The dedicated team strives to ensure residents are kept engaged, entertained and stimulated through an activity programme tailored to the hobbies, needs and interests of the residents themselves. Popular activities here, include Art & Crafts, Baking & Cooking, and Fitness & Exercise.
Bury Saint Edmunds, IP32 6FRHalcyon Care Homes
Part of the Halcyon Care Homes group, Marham House is located in the historic cathedral town Bury St Edmunds, or Bury as it is sometimes known, in Suffolk. A modern, purpose-built care home, Marham House offers care seekers round-the-clock person-centred residential and dementia care in luxury surroundings, right on the edge of leafy Marham Park. Facilities include spacious and tastefully decorated social areas, secure gardens and grounds that residents can enjoy with friends and family. All 66 bedrooms at the home are en-suite, helping residents to feel more independent while still feeling that their needs are being cared for.
Haverhill, CB9 0JBCare UK
Situated in the Suffolk market town of Haverhill and rated ‘Outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission, Cleves Place is a stunning care home that provides expert residential, dementia, nursing, respite and end of life care to the elderly. This purpose-built Care UK home boasts a range of modern facilities, including beautifully decorated bedrooms equipped with ensuite facilities, spacious communal lounges, an activities room, an on-site cinema, a pub, manicured gardens and a hair and beauty salon. Cleves Place residents can also benefit from socialising with those living in the local area through the day club.
Bury Saint Edmunds, IP33 1HSFour Seasons Health Care
Part of the Four Seasons Health Care group, North Court Care Home can be found in the historic market town of Bury St Edmunds and provides round-the-clock nursing care and dementia care, as well as respite care and intermediate nursing care as an alternative to a hospital stay. Facilities at the home include 57 bedrooms, a choice of lounges and an award-winning tea room garden - and there is a busy activities programme offering visits from entertainers, gardening and day trips out. North Court is well-located to the town centre, local shops and is easily accessible by road or public transport.
Bury Saint Edmunds, IP32 7BNCare UK
Situated in the welcoming market town of Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk, Davers Court is a high-quality care home that provides expert residential, dementia, respite and end of life care to the elderly. Rated ‘Outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission, this Care UK home boasts an excellent array of facilities, including beautifully decorated bedrooms equipped with ensuite facilities, spacious communal areas, a cinema room, a cafe, a hair and beauty salon and a well-maintained garden where residents can enjoy some fresh air. With it’s own minibus and a jam-packed activity programme, there is never a dull moment at Davers Court, from trips to the seaside to film nights and concerts, there’s something for everyone here.
Bury Saint Edmunds, IP28 7NXCare UK
Situated close to the heart of the ancient town of Mildenhall in Suffolk, Mildenhall Lodge is a friendly care home that provides expert residential, dementia, nursing, nursing dementia, respite and end of life care to the elderly. Rated ‘Outstanding” by the Care Quality Commission, this Care UK home boasts an array of luxurious facilities, including beautifully decorated bedrooms equipped with ensuite facilities, an on-site bar, a cinema, a hair and beauty salon, a cafè and well maintained gardens. Mildenhall Lodge is also home to the lovely Sinbad, the home’s resident dog, bringing cheer to residents all day long.
Cambridge, CB25 9BXBarchester Healthcare
Situated on the outskirts of Cambridge in Bottisham, Hilton Park is a welcoming care home that provides expert residential respite, dementia and nursing care to the elderly. This Barchester Healthcare home boasts a range of modern facilities for residents to enjoy, including beautifully decorated bedrooms, a selection of comfortable communal lounges, a hair salon, activity room and extensive grounds with well-maintained gardens. The extensive activities programme at Hilton Park ensures residents are kept engaged and residents even have access to the home’s own minibus in which they can enjoy special outings to community events and local trips.
Cambridge, CB25 9BXBarchester Healthcare
Situated within charming grounds on the outskirts of Bottisham Village and an integral part of the local community, Oaklands is a purpose-built care home that provides expert residential, nursing and dementia care to those in need as well as young people living with physical challenges. This welcoming Barchester Healthcare home boasts a range of facilities, including beautifully decorated bedrooms, a hair salon, stylish communal lounges, dining areas and a landscaped garden where residents can enjoy the outdoors. Oaklands strives to offer a real community feel, through the jam-packed activity programme there are so many opportunities to make new friends and enjoy new experiences.
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Here is some further information about care homes in East of England.
We have 146 East of England care homes, which provide round-the-clock dementia care. Those with dementia will need more care as the condition progresses, and specialist dementia care homes can provide the level of support they need.
If you are looking for temporary respite care, we have 162 care homes in East of England that provide short-term stays. Respite care provides relief for caregivers, providing a few weeks support in a care home for a loved one.
136 East of England care homes provide palliative care for your loved one. End-of-life care can be an emotional experience for everyone, so our care experts will support you at every step.
Need more guidance? Lottie’s team of Care Experts have prepared the ultimate guide to care homes in East of England, including a general overview and answers to frequently asked questions, as well providing our own views on the best activities and care homes in East of England.
There are numerous reasons to live in this amazing part of the country, not least because the East of England offers so much diversity and so many different cultural experiences. The East of England is packed full of gorgeous scenery, with some of the highlights being the North Norfolk coast, the Heritage coast and numerous other coastal walks.
The type of care home you’re looking for you will depend on a few factors, including availability and any specific care requirements. You can filter all care homes in the East of England via our care finder and choose what type of care is needed.
Many of our care homes in the East of England offer nursing and residential care. They can also provide specialist dementia support and respite care. Our friendly team of care experts are here to help and will work with you to find the best care home for you or your loved one's needs.
Sandringham has been the Royal Family’s private Norfolk estate for over 150 years. The family spend Christmas and New Year at Sandringham House but outside of this, it’s open to the public. Meanwhile, nearby King’s Lynn has the highest number of graded buildings in England. Norfolk’s Royal Coast in the East of England is packed full of gorgeous locations, with The Wash being another. Here, you’ll enjoy huge sandy beaches and be able to spot some amazing birdlife.
The world-renowned Cambridge University continues to be a huge draw for visitors coming to the East of England. The University Church provides a brilliant view of the city, while each of the colleges is stunningly built and offers something slightly different. Some of the most popular are King’s Trinity and St John’s.
England’s youngest national park, The Broads cover more than 125 miles of lock-free waterways, all of which are actually man-made and linked by rivers. Straddling Norfolk and Suffolk within the East of England, the gorgeous Broads can be explored on foot, but the most popular method of transport is to hire a boat and see everything this park has to offer via the water. When doing this, you’ll pass countless picturesque villages and spot plenty of interesting wildlife.