England / North East England / County Durham / Stanley
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.
Stanley, DH9 6QZFour Seasons Health Care
Hollie Hill Care Home is situated in Stanley, close to the town centre and offers residential care, nursing care and residential dementia care, encouraging residents to get the most out of each day through social activities and building friendships with other residents. The care team are also developing a sensory garden for those with dementia. The home regularly receives visits from local nursery children, and pet therapy dogs and there is even a resident cat, dog and peacock that residents love to look after. Hollie Hill is just six miles from Durham and has excellent transport links via bus and the A1.
Care residencies from £1,061 weekly
Need more guidance? Lottie’s team of Care Experts have prepared the ultimate guide to care homes in Stanley. Here you’ll find an overview of the local area and recommendations for elderly-friendly places to visit.
With a strong sense of community, Stanley in County Durham is a welcoming and friendly place. Here, care home residents will benefit from a bustling high street and plenty of beautiful green spaces.
All our care homes in Stanley and nearby provide a superb level of support for your elderly loved ones. There are a variety of care home types available - including specialist dementia care homes and convalescent care homes for people recovering after a hospital stay - and our care experts will help you make the perfect choice.
We offer homes covering a range of care home costs. For example, nursing care homes with round-the-clock medical professionals often cost more than residential care homes that will assist your loved one with personal care needs like washing and getting dressed
We offer care homes across North East England, including in the towns of Consett and Gateshead, along with the cities of Durham and Newcastle upon Tyne. When living in a Stanley care home, you’ll also be ideally placed to take in the scenic views of the North Pennines.
For gentle and compassionate support on your care-seeking journey, get in touch today. You can also check out our detailed home listings above for further information, including a home’s overall Care Quality Commission rating.
A large public green space, Stanley Park is a brilliant place to go for a gentle stroll with your elderly loved one. Stanley Park contains plenty of wheelchair-friendly paths, and there’s also a café where you can enjoy a well-earned hot drink.
At the Beamish Museum, people of all ages will learn about life in North East England throughout the 19th and 20th centuries. Guided tours provide the opportunity to learn from an expert, and there are even trams and buses available to help people get around.
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