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The 6 Best Care Homes in Leeds

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If you’re looking for a care home in Leeds then you’ve come to the right place! Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best care homes in Leeds and nearby that we list. These recommendations cover a wide range of care needs, including residential, nursing, dementia and respite support.

If you’re a carer for a family member and are searching for a Leeds care home for your loved one then we’ve taken much of the stress away from this process.

If you’re unsure about the type of care home you require or you’ve got a query about any of our care homes in Leeds, don’t hesitate to get in touch. Our care experts are on-hand to help with any questions you may have.


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Browse Our Best Care Homes in Leeds:

  1. Elmwood
  2. Adel Manor
  3. Spen Court - Heckmondwike
  4. Cottingley Hall - Bingley
  5. Southlands - Harrogate
  6. The Dales - Skipton



Elmwood

Kicking off our list of the best care homes in Leeds is Elmwood care home. This beautiful care home provides expert residential, respite and palliative care to its elderly residents. Here, residents can take advantage of numerous top-notch facilities and services, including a garden summer house, regular library visits and themed monthly events.

Elmwood care home

This extensively refurbished facility in Leeds also includes landscaped gardens, en-suite bedrooms and versatile social areas that allow for plenty of socialising between residents, friends and family. Mealtimes are an especially important part of the day, with menus consisting of fresh and seasonal produce prepared by an experienced chef.

The Oakwood district of Leeds allows for easy access to the city centre, with the nearby Roundhay Park being a particular highlight.

Elmwood at a glance:
Type(s) of Care Offered The main types offered are residential, nursing and respite care
Cost of Care Permanent care starts from £950 a week
CQC Rating Good
Facilities, Services and Activities This care home contains an activity room, restaurant, dining area, gardens, hair salon and library
Nearby Amenities The nearest bus stop is less than 0.1 miles away, while the closest pub and shops are both only 0.3 miles away
Number of Beds 32
Is the Home Purpose Built? Yes
Are Bills Included in the Price? No
Are There En Suite Facilities? All rooms have en-suite facilities
Which Care Home Provider Oversees This Home? Bupa

Interested in Elmwood?

To book or get more information, call 01135 190147.

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Adel Manor

Located in Leeds, West Yorkshire, Adel Manor care home provides residential, nursing, dementia and respite care. This home has 74 bedrooms - all of which have en-suite facilities - along with a nail bar and hairdresser. There are also communal lounges and restaurants on each floor.

Adel Manor care home

All of the bedrooms are designed in line with Care Quality Commission (CQC) standards. With soothing colour palettes, clear signage and thoughtfully designed floor layouts, Adel Manor strives to ensure residents are safe and happy, helping to make this one of the best care homes in Leeds.

Just like Elmwood, Adel Manor is well-located to access Leeds’ city centre. There are plenty of idyllic surrounding green spaces and local spots of interest for older adults to enjoy, including Abbey House Garden, Harewood House and Headingley Golf Club.

Adel Manor at a glance:
Type(s) of Care Offered The main types offered are residential, dementia, nursing and respite care
Cost of Care Permanent care starts from £1,250 a week
CQC Rating Not Yet Inspected
Facilities, Services and Activities Facilities at Adel Manor include a dining area, activity room, lovely gardens and a beauty salon
Nearby Amenities The closest shops and pub are both less than one mile away
Number of Beds 74
Is the Home Purpose Built? Yes
Are Bills Included in the Price? No
Are There En Suite Facilities? All rooms have en-suite facilities
Which Care Home Provider Oversees This Home? New Care

Interested in Adel Manor?

To book or get more information, call 01138 590791.

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Spen Court - Heckmondwike

A modern and spacious care home in Heckmondwike near Leeds offering lovely views of the Spen Valley Greenway, Spen Court care home provides various residential services to older adults. The superb team of professional care staff tend to residents’ needs, while respite care is offered for those who only require a short stay.

Spen Court care home

Spen Court also has a dedicated Memory Lane Community which provides a safe and comforting environment for people living with dementia. This space has been designed to ensure the care offered supports your loved ones' freedom of choice. Residents are encouraged to maintain life skills, improve self-esteem and develop their independence.

At Spen Court, bedrooms are set across two floors, with each floor possessing its own living room and dining room, allowing residents to relax, socialise and dine in style. Meanwhile, this Leeds care home is surrounded by its own landscaped rockery garden. What’s more, a popular patio area holds regular community events.

Spen Court at a glance:
Type(s) of Care Offered The main types offered are residential, dementia and respite care
Cost of Care Permanent care starts from £1,091 a week
CQC Rating Good
Facilities, Services and Activities At this care home, you’ll find a dining area, gardens and a hair salon. Popular activities include arts & crafts, cookery, gentle exercise, gardening and wellbeing classes
Nearby Amenities The nearest bus stop, pub and shops are all less than 0.3 miles away
Number of Beds 45
Is the Home Purpose Built? Yes
Are Bills Included in the Price? No
Are There En Suite Facilities? All rooms have en-suite facilities
Which Care Home Provider Oversees This Home? Barchester Healthcare

Interested in Spen Court?

To book or get more information, call 01924 975646.

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Cottingley Hall - Bingley

Cottingley Hall care home in Bingley offers nursing and residential care. If you or your loved one are looking for a cosy community to live in or are simply in need of temporary respite care then this may be the perfect place! Located to the northwest of Leeds, Cottingley Hall also offers other forms of care, including support for people living with early-stage dementia, Parkinson’s and Huntington’s.

Cottingley Hall care home

Residents of this gorgeous care home near Leeds can benefit from numerous services, such as a premium coffee bar, a cinema room, a spacious library and wrap-around gardens. Some of the most popular activities amongst residents include regular school visits and gentle armchair exercises.

Bingley itself is a sought-after place for older adults, with the popular attractions of Five Rise Locks and Myrtle Park being just two of the highlights. With the nearest bus and train station a short walk away as well, the cities of Leeds and Bradford are both easily accessible.

Cottingley Hall at a glance:
Type(s) of Care Offered The main types offered are residential, nursing and respite care
Cost of Care Permanent care starts from £1,100 a week
CQC Rating Good
Facilities, Services and Activities This Leeds care home contains an activity room, café, cinema, communal and private dining areas, gardens and a library
Nearby Amenities The closest bus stop is around half a mile away. Meanwhile, the nearest shops are just over one mile away
Number of Beds 40
Is the Home Purpose Built? No
Are Bills Included in the Price? No
Are There En Suite Facilities? All rooms have en-suite facilities
Which Care Home Provider Oversees This Home? Bupa

Interested in Cottingley Hall?

To book or get more information, call 01274 003199.

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Southlands - Harrogate

Set within a refurbished Harrogate hotel, Southlands care home to the north of Leeds can be found in some truly stunning surroundings. This aesthetic carries through to the contemporary yet still comfortable home interior. There are heaps of activities and facilities for residents, including a stylish ballroom and coffee bar.

Southlands care home

Southlands is also near the English Heritage Grade II Listed Valley Gardens. Meanwhile, Harrogate itself is a brilliant place for older adults to live. Not only does it allow for easy access to the city of Leeds, but attractions like Brimham Rocks serve as a timely reminder of just how pretty this area is.

This care home near Leeds offers residential and nursing care, along with support for people living with Parkinson’s. If your loved one is looking for a respite stay then Southlands can accommodate this as well. Included in the price at this home are things like GP visits, nutritionist advice, specialist nurses and visits from opticians.

Southlands at a glance:
Type(s) of Care Offered The main types offered are residential, nursing and respite care
Cost of Care Permanent care starts from £1,200 a week
CQC Rating Good
Facilities, Services and Activities The facilities at this care home near Leeds include an activity room, restaurant, dining area, family room and beauty salon
Nearby Amenities The closest bus stop, pub and shops are all around 0.3 miles away
Number of Beds 70
Is the Home Purpose Built? No
Are Bills Included in the Price? No
Are There En Suite Facilities? 81% of rooms have en-suite facilities
Which Care Home Provider Oversees This Home? Bupa

Interested in Southlands?

To book or get more information, call 01423 227458.

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The Dales - Skipton

Situated in the quaint and charming village of Draughton near Skipton and located to the northwest of Leeds, The Dales care home boasts a truly amazing location. Just south of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, residents will be close to some stunning views, along with gentle hikes that can be enjoyed by people of all ages.

The Dales care home

At The Dales, residents are provided with high-quality residential and 24-hour nursing care for older people, along with support for those living with dementia if required. The highly-qualified staff at The Dales are dedicated to their residents and have plenty of experience. By showing plenty of compassion and by taking a genuine interest in their residents, staff form meaningful relationships while providing care with dignity and respect.

The dedicated team at The Dales also ensure there’s never a dull moment, with a varied and meaningful activity programme which is tailored to suit the hobbies and interests of each and every resident. With public transport making journeys to the city of Leeds quick and painless, there are plenty of reasons to consider The Dales for yourself or a loved one.

The Dales at a glance:
Type(s) of Care Offered The main types offered are residential, dementia, nursing and respite care
Cost of Care Permanent care starts from £1,264 a week
CQC Rating Good
Facilities, Services and Activities At The Dales, you’ll find an activity room, dining area, gardens and hair salon. Activities vary but may include baking, holiday celebrations, fitness classes and gardening
Nearby Amenities The nearest bus stop is less than 0.1 miles away, while the closest pub and shops are both a couple of miles away
Number of Beds 56
Is the Home Purpose Built? Yes
Are Bills Included in the Price? No
Are There En Suite Facilities? 27% of rooms have en-suite facilities
Which Care Home Provider Oversees This Home? Barchester Healthcare

Interested in The Dales?

To book or get more information, call 01756 636992.

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