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Care homes in Battle

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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Exterior of Saxonwood in Battle, East Sussex


Battle, TN33 0EYSussex Housing and Care

Saxonwood Care Home is a friendly care home that offers personalised residential, dementia, palliative, respite and day care in the historic town of Battle, East Sussex. This purpose-built pet-friendly care home benefits from comfortable bedrooms, welcoming communal spaces and nutritious catering set within beautiful grounds. With a peaceful orchard onsite, and the vibrant town centre within walking distance, residents at Saxonwood get the best of both worlds. A dedicated activity coordinator ensures there is always something going on, with a varied activity programme based on the hobbies and interests of the residents and loved ones welcomed regularly with an array of special events.

Care available

  • Residential
  • Respite
  • GoodCQC Rating
  • Care residencies from £743 weekly

Communal Area of Hazel Lodge Care Home in Battle, Rother

Hazel Lodge

Battle, TN33 0HWBarchester Healthcare

Hazel Lodge is a brand-new, purpose-built care home located in Battle, East Sussex and offers residential care, dementia care, respite care and short breaks. The home’s facilities include a café with outdoor seating, dining rooms with garden access, a cinema and a relaxing spa bathroom on each floor of the home. The resident activities coordinator makes sure residents’ wellbeing and life enrichment is looked after with a range of activities. There is also a dedicated area for those with dementia, which includes a Magic Table. Hazel Lodge is well-located to nearby amenities and coastal towns like Hastings are within easy reach.

Care available

  • Residential
  • Dementia
  • Respite
  • Not yet inspectedCQC Rating
  • Care residencies from £1,248 weekly

Lottie’s guide to Battle

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

  • Overview

Welcome to Battle

A town packed with history, Battle is a brilliant place for care seekers to live. Here, older adults can enjoy several bustling festivals each year, along with some of the best-rated care homes in South East England.

Care homes in Battle often have activities planned by an activity coordinator. These activities aim to be meaningful and fulfilling while also promoting independence in care, such as cookery classes, gardening, reading clubs, special celebrations and more.

There are several types of care homes in Battle to choose from, including specialist dementia care homes and residential care homes providing respectful personal care. Before entering one of these homes, your loved one will have a care plan created for them, detailing their exact care requirements, along with their likes and dislikes, to further ensure they receive a bespoke experience.

Battle is near a number of towns in East Sussex, including Bexhill, Eastbourne and Hastings. We also have homes in these areas, including some of the best respite care homes for short-term stays.

Care homes in Battle provide friendly, compassionate and round-the-clock person-centred care for residents where needed, so whatever you require, rest assured your loved one will be in safe and caring hands. If you need assistance with making the right choice, get in touch today and let us guide you through this process.

Popular Locations Battle

St. Mary’s Church

Located in the centre of Battle, St. Mary’s Church is an iconic landmark with the locals and has been for the last 900 or so years. With regular events, this church is also accessible to older adults, thanks to things such as toilets which accommodate wheelchairs.

Battle Museum of Local History

The Battle Museum primarily focuses on the Battle of Hastings, with several exhibits dedicated to this significant moment in history, along with displays more generally looking at the town’s history. You and your elderly loved one can also relax in the on-site tearoom.

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