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Care homes in Lancaster

Care homes in with bed availability

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.

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Laurel Bank care home

Laurel Bank

Lancaster, LA1 5EFBarchester Healthcare

Laurel Bank is a purpose-built care home in Lancaster providing specialist 24-hour nursing and residential care. The care team at Laurel Bank are passionate about providing high quality care and are trained in providing a wide range of care services, from help with day-to-day living to more complex care requirements. Residents benefit from the home’s private minibus, which takes them on trips to garden centres, coffee houses, museums and the local countryside. Residents are encouraged to keep up with favourite hobbies, including photography, woodwork, art, cooking and gardening - and there are also regular visits from local entertainment and church groups.

Care available

  • Residential
  • Nursing
  • Respite
  • GoodCQC Rating
  • Call for pricing

The Glen  care home

The Glen

Morecambe, LA4 5BNAmicura

The Glen is a warm and welcoming care home situated near the picturesque landscape of Morecambe Bay in Lancashire that provides expert residential, dementia, respite, palliative and nursing care to the elderly. This purpose-built Amicura care home boasts a range of modern facilities, including beautifully decorated bedrooms benefitting from ensuite wetroom facilities, a selection of stylish communal lounges, an inviting café, landscaped gardens and a decadent roof terrace. There is never a dull moment at The Glen, from indulging in a pamper session, relaxing to a classic movie or pet therapy, there’s an activity for everyone.

Care available

  • Residential
  • Dementia
  • Nursing
  • GoodCQC Rating
  • Care residencies from £1,000 weekly

Are you open to other locations nearby?

Explore other nearby locations to help find your dream care home at the right budget. Care homes vary in price enormously between different towns and villages.

Lottie’s guide to Lancaster

Need more guidance? Lottie’s team of Care Experts have prepared the ultimate guide to care homes in Lancaster. Here you’ll find an overview of the local area and recommendations for elderly-friendly places to visit.

  • Overview

Welcome to Lancaster

Lancaster is often named one of the happiest places to live in the UK. From historic buildings and landmarks to independent shops, there’s plenty for older adults to enjoy here. Meanwhile, care seekers will benefit from a variety of superb care homes.

From temporary respite care homes for short-term stays to nursing care homes with qualified and registered nurses, we have a range of elderly care homes in Lancaster and nearby. Each of these homes is regulated by the Care Quality Commission, with many having ‘Outstanding’ or ‘Good’ ratings.

We have some of the best rated care homes across Lancashire, including in the towns and cities of Morecambe, Blackpool, Lytham St. Annes and Preston, as well as Kendal to the north.

In every Lancaster care home, your loved one will be provided with bespoke person-centred care. Dedicated care teams and experienced managers will ensure your loved one is treated with dignity in care. What’s more, a care plan will also be created for your family member, with this clearly outlining their exact needs and requirements.

If you’re finding it tough to locate the right care and support for your loved one, our care experts are here to support you every step of the way.

Popular Locations Lancaster

Lancaster Castle

The fascinating and impressive Lancaster Castle is a great place to absorb some historical knowledge, thanks to guided tours led by knowledgeable guides. These tours are very accessible for older adults, with plenty of seating available throughout the castle.

Williamson Park

The beautiful Williamson Park in Lancaster has numerous things for older visitors to enjoy, including gentle walking paths and a small zoo containing animals such as otters and meerkats. You’ll also be able to enjoy some stunning countryside views.

Have you considered retirement living?

Not ready for a care home yet? Retirement living offers retirees an alternative housing option, where individuals can continue to live independently, but in a convenient and low-maintenance home-from-home environment. Explore these different retirement housing options, which offer varying levels of facilities, domestic support, and on-demand care services.

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