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England / London

Compare Care Homes In London

Search and compare care homes in or near London.

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CQC Rating Requires improvement
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ResidentialNursingDementiaRespite
From £1,875 per week98 BedsAll EnsuiteLondon, SE5 7QHCountry Court
CQC Rating Outstanding
Care available
NursingDementia
From £1,800 per week64 BedsAll EnsuiteLondon, N1 7RYForest Healthcare
CQC Rating Requires improvement
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ResidentialNursingDementiaRespite
From £999 per week60 BedsAll EnsuiteLondon, SW9 0BBBupa
CQC Rating Good
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ResidentialNursingDementiaRespite
From £2,200 per week79 BedsAll EnsuiteLondon, SW11 4LUCinnamon Care
CQC Rating Good
Care available
ResidentialNursingDementiaRespite
From £2,500 per week30 BedsAll EnsuiteLondon, SW11 4DSLifeCare Residences
CQC Rating Good
Care available
ResidentialNursingDementiaRespite
From £1,200 per week41 Beds93% EnsuiteLondon, E1 0RAExcelcare
CQC Rating Good
Care available
ResidentialNursingDementiaRespite
From £900 per week176 Beds78% EnsuiteLondon, SW11 4NNBupa
CQC Rating Requires improvement
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ResidentialNursingDementiaRespite
From £950 per week85 BedsAll EnsuiteLondon, SE14 5RBBupa
CQC Rating Good
Care available
ResidentialNursingDementiaRespite
From £1,998 per week70 BedsAll EnsuiteLondon, SW10 9NGCare UK
CQC Rating Outstanding
Care available
ResidentialNursingDementiaRespite
From £4,000 per week40 BedsAll EnsuiteLondon, W8 5EPLoveday & Co
CQC Rating Not yet inspected
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ResidentialNursingDementiaRespite
From £3,000 per week26 BedsAll EnsuiteLondon, NW8 0AALoveday & Co
CQC Rating Not yet inspected
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ResidentialNursingDementiaRespite
From £1,800 per week82 BedsAll EnsuiteLondon, NW8 0HJAvery Collection
CQC Rating Good
Care available
ResidentialNursingDementiaRespite
From £2,100 per week53 BedsAll EnsuiteLondon, W11 3PHBupa
CQC Rating Requires improvement
Care available
ResidentialNursingDementiaRespite
From £1,195 per week87 BedsAll EnsuiteLondon, N7 7DSCare UK
CQC Rating Not yet inspected
Care available
ResidentialNursingDementiaRespite
From £1,936 per week97 BedsAll EnsuiteLondon, SW18 2QUAvery Collection

Average care home costs in London

Average cost of residential care

£1,545per week

Average cost of nursing care

£1,674per week

Average cost of dementia care

£1,596per week

Average cost of nursing & dementia care

£1,634per week

London's Care Regulator:

Care Quality Commission

Frequently asked questions

Here is some further information about care homes in London.

How many care homes are there in London?

We have 1936 care homes in London. You'll see the CQC rating, the type of care available, and the care home operator for every home above, so you can find the best care home for your needs.

What is the average cost of care in London?

Care home costs vary significantly across the country. If you're looking for a care home in London, the average cost of care is £1,300. You may be eligible for care home funding - you can check through a care needs assessment.

Are all care homes in London regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC)?

Yes, every London care home has been given a rating by England's Care Quality Commission (CQC).

How many nursing homes are there in London?

We have 89 in London that provide specialist, 24/7 support. All of our nursing homes in London 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.

How many London care homes offer residential care?

We have 110 care homes in London that offer residential care, which provides support and care for those who may find it difficult to live independently. Our residential care homes in London provide support for everyday tasks, including washing, mobility, and dressing.

What care homes in London offer dementia care?

We have 111 London 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 in London 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.

What London care homes offer respite care?

If you're looking for temporary respite care, we have 124 care homes in London that provide short-term stays.

Respite care homes in London 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.

Are there any care homes in London that offer end-of-life or palliative care?

93 London 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.

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Lottie's guide to care in London

  • Overview

Welcome to London

We've handpicked the best care homes in London to ease your search, from leading providers like Bupa and Excelcare. The average cost of care in London residential care homes is £1,545 a week, while dementia care homes in London start from £1,596 a week. You’ll find this information above, along with the number of beds, whether there are en-suite bedrooms and the facilities available.

Loveday Kensington Care Home has an ‘Outstanding’ CQC rating and premium facilities, including 40 spacious en-suite bedrooms. If your loved one has dementia here, they’ll be supported to remain independent while receiving expert medical care around the clock.

Nursing homes in London, such as Bridgeside Lodge Care Home, provide 24/7 support from registered nurses. Meanwhile, if your loved one has been diagnosed with a terminal or chronic condition, they can also receive dignified palliative care.

Many of our purpose-built homes provide specialist care in popular Greater London boroughs like Camden, Westminster and Southwark.

All our care homes in London have strong connections with local communities and dedicated teams of activity coordinators who organise fun and meaningful activities for all residents throughout the year. Eden Court Care Home has a bespoke social calendar that includes day trips to places like the stunning Battersea Park in the home’s minibus.

 

The best care homes in London

  • Eden Court Care Home offers residential care and 24/7 nursing care, including for people living with dementia. It has fantastic facilities, such as luxury dining areas, stylish lounges, a café, a hair salon, a fitness studio and courtyard gardens. The activity team works with residents to create a unique social calendar tailored to personal interests and hobbies

  • Loveday Kensington Care Home is one of London’s most luxurious homes. Residents often enjoy relaxing in the lovely terrace café during the summer months. Some of the most popular activities here include gardening, book clubs, sing-alongs and beauty treatments. Loveday Kensington even has an ‘Outstanding’ rating from the Care Quality Commission (CQC), the highest rating available

  • Elmstead Care Home in the London town of Chislehurst is suitable for people living with early-stage dementia. Rated ‘Good’ by the CQC, residential care is also offered if your loved ones need daily support with things like getting dressed and using the bathroom. From themed parties to breakfast clubs and even visits from animals, there’s something for everyone

  • We love the location of Hampstead Court Care Home, in the London borough of Camden, near picturesque parks like Hampstead Heath and Primrose Hill. With a homely feel, Hampstead Court's bedrooms are spacious, bright and airy, with en-suite facilities. Sensory activities are regularly organised, and these are particularly beneficial for residents living with dementia