Retirement Homes in Bristol

Compare retirement homes in Bristol available to buy or rent.

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From £2,550 Monthly1 - 3 bedsLiving Type: CommunityBristol, BS6 6BJPegasus
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From £2,250 Monthly1 bedLiving Type: CommunityBristol, BS15 3DNMcCarthy Stone
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From £147,500 Purchase1 - 2 bedsLiving Type: VillageBristol, BS16 1YGThe ExtraCare Charitable Trust
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From £195,000 Purchase1 - 2 bedsLiving Type: Community Patchway, BS34 5QYMcCarthy Stone Resales
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From £283,950 Purchase1 - 2 bedsLiving Type: CommunityBristol, BS37 4FXChurchill Living
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From £219,950 Purchase1 - 2 bedsLiving Type: CommunityChipping Sodbury, BS37 6FGMcCarthy Stone Resales
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From £2,450 Monthly1 - 2 bedsLiving Type: CommunityBath, BA1 3ADPegasus
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From £310,000 Purchase1 bedLiving Type: CommunityBath, BA1 8AZMcCarthy Stone Resales
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From £280,000 Purchase1 bedLiving Type: CommunityClevedon, BS21 6GAMcCarthy Stone
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From £2,000 Monthly1 - 2 bedsLiving Type: VillageClevedon, BS21 7EHThe Hawthorns

Average cost of retirement homes in Bristol

Average cost to purchase a 1-bedroom property


Average cost to purchase a 2-bedroom property


Average cost of a 1-bedroom rental property

£1,794per month

Average cost of a 2-bedroom rental property

£2,031per month

Number of ARCO properties


Frequently asked questions about retirement properties in Bristol

How many retirement villages are in or near Bristol?

Retirement villages are a great way to ease yourself into later life. There are 20 senior living villages in - or closeby - to Bristol.

What retirement communities are in or near Bristol?

What is the average rental cost of a retirement home in or near Bristol?

The rental cost of retirement housing will vary, depending on the type of property you're interested in, the on-site facilities available and the location. The average cost to rent a senior property in or closeby to Bristol is £1,913 per month.

Where can I buy a retirement home in Bristol?

Buying a senior home in Bristol provides you with a greater sense of safety and security in later life. Purchasing a retirement home is a good investment too and there's lots of options for you to choose from in Bristol. Use our filters above to showcase any properties in Bristol to buy.

Where can I rent a retirement home in Bristol?

More retirees than ever before are renting senior housing. Before deciding whether to rent or purchase, you should check the average cost of retirement homes in Bristol. Alternatively, Lottie's team of retirement experts can help - simply get in touch today. Searching for your new home in Bristol is easy: use our filters above to browse our listings.

Are Any Retirement Properties in Bristol A Member Of ARCO (Associate Retirement Community Operators)?

ARCO are the Associate Retirement Community Operators who ensure the retirement homes and properties available to older adults offer a high-standard of living with a range of facilities and activities.

We are partnered with 4 ARCO retirement properties in Bristol; including (an example of an ARCO approved property). Each of our properties provide luxury living with brilliant on-site facilities across a variety of retirement housing options, such as homes, bungalows and apartments.

More information about Retirement Homes in Bristol

We have a range of later living options in Bristol, including retirement villages, apartments and bungalows. Each handpicked by our team of experts for their excellent facilities and proximity to Bristol city centre and the surrounding areas, including Somerset and Gloucestershire.

Many of our Bristol retirement properties are in an ideal location to enjoy everything the city has to offer. You’ll have local shops and support services on your doorstep and also be close by to popular attractions, including the Clifton Suspension Bridge and Bristol Zoo Gardens.

Retirement communities in Bristol often have social events planned and shared via an events calendar. So, if you’re looking to form new friendships in your new home, many of our later living options in Bristol provide a strong sense of community and security to enjoy your golden years to the fullest.

If you’re struggling to find your dream home in Bristol, our friendly team of retirement living experts have put together invaluable retirement guides explaining everything you need to know!


Best retirement homes in Bristol

  • The Vincent is one of the best retirement homes in Bristol. North of the city’s stunning riverside setting, The Vincent is housed in a beautiful building originally built in 1886. With one, two and three-bedroom flats to purchase or rent, this retirement property oozes luxury. Not only do many of the flats open onto private balconies, but there’s a range of other premium facilities, including a wellness spa and a bistro-style restaurant

  • We love the location of Magpie Court in the peaceful Bristol suburb of Hanham. At this retirement village, you’ll find one and two-bedroom apartments, all including spacious living areas, fully-fitted kitchens, shower rooms and private balconies or terraces. If friends and family wish to stay over, Magpie Court even has its own guest suite

  • A fantastic retirement home north of Bristol’s city centre, Stoke Gifford Village has been purpose-built for adults aged 55 and over. This lavish retirement village has 261 one and two-bedroom apartments that can be purchased outright, purchased through shared ownership or rented. Along with upmarket facilities, additional support is available if needed, including support with domestic tasks and personal care

  • Each of the one and two-bedroom apartments at Hamilton House has been purpose-built with comfort and convenience in mind for retirees. Another of Bristol’s best retirement homes, we love the range of facilities here, which include stylish communal lounges and beautiful landscaped gardens. There’s even a gym and wellness suite where you can keep fit and look after your health