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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.
Bittern Crescent, IP14 5XGCare UK
Located in the beautiful market town of Stowmarket in Suffolk, Cedrus House provides expert residential, dementia, nursing, nursing dementia, respite and end of life care to those in need. Cedrus House boasts a range of gorgeously decorated bedrooms, a café, hair salon, shop, cinema room and different stylish communal lounges where residents can relax and socialise. Care UK residents are always encouraged to take part in the plethora of activities organised by the lifestyle teams, from music sessions and live entertainment, to pamper afternoons and quizzes, no two days are the same at Cedrus House. There is even an on-site day club where the local community can enjoy food and activities with the residents!
Eye, IP23 7DDCare UK
Located in the picturesque market town of Eye in North Suffolk, Hartismere Place is an ‘outstanding’-rated care home that provides expert residential, dementia, respite and end of life care to the elderly. Along with the high-quality care provided at Hartismere Place, this Care UK home boasts a range of beautifully decorated bedrooms equipped with en-suite bathrooms, an on-site café, cinema, activities room, shop and even a hair and beauty salon. The dedicated lifestyle team at Hartismere Place ensures there is always something going on to keep residents engaged and stimulated, from games and reminiscence, to exercise and art sessions.
Ipswich, IP7 6JQAnchor Hanover
Nestled within the leafy market town of Hadleigh, South Sussex, Canterbury House is a friendly care home that provides expert residential, respite and dementia care to the elderly. This welcoming Anchor establishment is home to a range of modern facilities, including beautifully decorated bedrooms equipped with ensuite bathroom facilities, a selection of stylish communal lounges, multiple dining areas, a hair and beauty salon, a relaxing swimming pool and manicured gardens where residents can spend time outside. The dedicated team ensures there is never a dull moment here at Canterbury House, from gardening to swimming, there’s an activity for everyone here.
Woodbridge, IP13 9DFCare UK
Situated in the historic market town of Framlingham in Suffolk, Mills Meadow is a purpose-built 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 array of useful facilities, including beautifully decorated bedrooms equipped with ensuite facilities, stylish communal lounges, a library, an on-site pub, a cafè, a cinema rooms, a hair and beauty salon and manicured gardens. Mills Meadow is also located just next door to the Mills Meadow Club, where the dedicated team also provides support for older people in the local area.
Ipswich, IP5 2GABarchester Healthcare
Located on the stunning East Anglia Coastline, Alice Grange provides expert residential, respite, nursing and dementia care to those in need. This Barchester Healthcare home boasts an array of excellent facilities, including beautifully decorated bedrooms, spacious communal lounges, idyllic gardens and even a hair salon where residents can enjoy a touch of luxury. Not only can residents enjoy spending time in the activity room, but the jam-packed activity programme also allows residents to relish in their own hobbies and try something new, from animal therapy to live music performance, no two days are the same at Alice Grange.
Ipswich, IP3 8UBHallmark Care Homes
Located in Warren Heath, Suffolk and just a stone’s throw away from the vibrant town of Ipswich, Bucklesham Grange provides residential, respite and dementia care within a tranquil countryside setting. This purpose built care home boasts facilities that include a cinema, hair salon, therapy room, activities emporium, celebrations room and landscaped gardens. The care home also has six friendly chickens and a greenhouse where residents can grow what they like. The dedicated Bucklesham Grange lifestyle team organises an enjoyable social calendar, encouraging all residents to engage and interact with the local community and entertainment on offer.
Ipswich, IP3 9GJCare UK
Situated in the large port town of Ipswich in Suffolk, Prince George House is a welcoming care home that provides expert residential, dementia, nursing, respite and end of life care to the elderly. This friendly Care UK home boasts an array of facilities, including beautifully decorated bedrooms equipped with ensuite facilities, stylish lounges, a hair and beauty salon, a cinema room, an on-site pub and manicured gardens where residents can enjoy some fresh air. The jam-packed activity programme ensures Prince George House residents are always entertained, from gardening and quizzes to baking and crafts, there’s something for everyone here.
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, 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, 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.
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Here is some further information about care homes in Suffolk.
We have 28 Suffolk 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 25 care homes in Suffolk that provide short-term stays. Respite care provides relief for caregivers, providing a few weeks support in a care home for a loved one.
24 Suffolk 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 Suffolk, including a general overview and answers to frequently asked questions, as well providing our own views on the best activities and care homes in Suffolk.
If you’re a care seeker who enjoys a rural setting that still has access to large towns and small cities then the county of Suffolk may be the one for you. This charming county boasts over 1,450 square miles of largely green space, with historic towns like Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich close to the gorgeous Suffolk coast. In recent years, Suffolk has become a desirable destination amongst the elderly and those searching for a lifestyle change.
Choosing a care home in Suffolk shouldn’t feel overwhelming. With this in mind, you can use our care finder to compare Suffolk care homes and learn more about the types of elderly care available near you. Here, you can search for a home by your unique care needs, the cost of care and the preferred move-in date.
A number of our Suffolk care homes are ideally located to visit locations within the county like Ipswich, Lowestoft and Bury St Edmunds. You’ll also be close to popular attractions in the East of England, such as the gorgeous Kentwell Hall and a number of beautiful castles.
Regardless of whether you’re looking for a residential care home, nursing care, dementia support or a short stay, our friendly team of elderly care experts will work alongside you to find the right care home type in Suffolk that perfectly fits the needs and requirements of you or your loved one.
Proudly containing the only cathedral in Suffolk, Bury St Edmunds might also be the most beautiful town within the county. Packed with history from numerous periods, many of the buildings are even older than they look, due to the old timber framing being bricked over in the 1700s. We’d recommend visiting St Edmundsbury Cathedral, the ruined Bury St Edmunds Abbey and the fabulous Theatre Royal.
Found in Suffolk, Ipswich regularly vies for the coveted title of the oldest town in England. Its history dates all the way back to the 600s when a Saxon settlement began to take shape around the docks. Throughout the middle ages, Ipswich was a key port for trade with the rest of Europe. Today, the waterside area remains the most popular part of Ipswich, with old warehouses transformed into trendy apartments, restaurants, shops and galleries.
What’s so interesting about Felixstowe is how stark the contrast is between the two sides of the town. In the south you’ll find the largest container port in the UK, receiving 3,000 gigantic cargo ships every year. Meanwhile, the northern side of the town sees these docks give way to lovely pebble beaches and an Edwardian coastal town. Felixstowe Pier is everything you’d expect from a seaside town, complete with an amusement arcade.