Cheltenham, GL54 3PQ - Blackadder Group
Perfectly tucked away in the beautiful Cotswolds, Northleach Court is a welcoming care home with an excellent team of staff who provide expert residential, nursing, respite, specialist dementia, palliative and couples care to those in need.
Cirencester, GL7 5DT - Barchester Healthcare
A former country manor house on the outskirts of Cirencester, on the Fosse Way, Hunters is a welcoming care home that provides expert residential, dementia, nursing and respite care to the elderly.
Cirencester, GL7 2NB - Aura Care Living
If you’re looking for a peaceful care home set in stunning surroundings, then look no further than Stratton Court.
Cirencester, GL7 2ED - Bupa
Offering high-quality care in the heart of Cirencester, Ashley House warmly welcomes residents with a range of care needs, including nursing, residential, convalescence, palliative and short stay along with providing specialist care for those living with Parkinson's.
Cirencester, GL7 1JR - The Orders of St John Care Trust
Located in the heart of the Cotswolds, Paternoster House is a welcoming care home that provides expert residential, dementia, nursing and respite care to those in need.
Cirencester, GL7 1TX - Bupa
Providing dementia care in a private residence, Elm Grove offers specialist support across nursing, respite, dementia (early and advanced stage) and palliative care.
Cheltenham, GL52 6YL - The Orders of St John Care Trust
Cheltenham, GL54 2GN - The Orders of St John Care Trust
Cheltenham, GL53 7GA - Porthaven Care Homes
Situated in the sought after Montpellier district in the historic town of Cheltenham, Thirlestaine Park is a luxurious care home that provides expert residential, dementia, nursing and respite care to older adults.
Cirencester, GL7 5TL - The Orders of St John Care Trust
Cotswold's Care Regulator:
Care Quality Commission
Here is some further information about care homes in Cotswold.
We have 57 care homes in Cotswold. All our homes have been hand-picked by our team of care experts based on a number of factors, including the quality of care and the home's culture.
Yes, every Cotswold care home has been given a rating by England's Care Quality Commission (CQC).
We have 5 in Cotswold that provide specialist, 24/7 support. All of our nursing care homes offer personalised support for anyone who has a medical condition or disability that requires round-the-clock care from registered nurses in a home-from-home environment.
We have 5 Cotswold care homes that 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.
We've rounded up the best Alzheimer's care homes across the UK - they've been handpicked by our team of care experts for their specialised care, round-the-clock support and comforting environments.
If you're looking for temporary respite care, we have 7 care homes in Cotswold that provide short-term stays.
Respite care homes provide relief for caregivers, offering a few weeks of support in a care home for a loved one while you recuperate. We've rounded up the best respite care homes in the UK to ease your care search.
5 Cotswold care homes provide palliative care for your loved one. A palliative care home aims to provide the highest level of support and comfort to every resident. End-of-life care can be an emotional experience for everyone, so our care experts will support you at every step.
With numerous picture-postcard villages and beautiful surrounding countryside, the Cotswolds is home to sought-after towns such as Cirencester, Stow on the Wold and Stroud. The Cotswolds also offers some of the best rated care homes in Gloucestershire.
The exact care home you’re searching for will depend on a few factors, which is why our individual home listings are packed with useful information, including weekly care home costs, overall Care Quality Commission ratings and the different types of care available.
Each care home in the Cotswolds provides the highest standard of care, along with meaningful activities which are organised by a dedicated activity coordinator. These activities vary, but could include gardening, wellbeing classes and gentle exercise. Often, activities are tailored to the individual interests of residents.
If you’re unsure about the type of care your loved one requires, be sure to get in touch - our experts are on-hand to help. Whether your loved one needs support from registered nurses in a nursing care home or specialist care in a dementia care home, we’ll help you find the right elderly care option.