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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.
Bristol, BS14 0AUBarchester Healthcare
Bamfield Lodge Care home is located in South Bristol and provides a range of accommodation and services for elderly people, from respite care to 24-hour nursing care and residential care. Surrounded by parks and green spaces, Bamfield Lodge has 60 spacious ensuite bedrooms spread across three floors and each floor has two of its own living rooms. Residents also have access to a spacious patio garden with a sun-trap, perfect for relaxing in warmer weather. The home is within walking distance of local shops, restaurants, pubs and leisure facilities and there is a varied activities programme to keep residents entertained each day.
Bristol, BS10 5DWCare UK
Part of the Care UK group, Trymview Hall is a brand new, purpose-built care home located in Bristol, offering a range of permanent and short-term care, from residential and nursing to dementia care and compassionate end of life care. Facilities at the home include beautifully furnished en-suite bedrooms, secure landscaped gardens, a hair salon, cinema and busy café. The care and lifestyle teams and skilled and passionate about offering the highest level of care and keeping residents entertained each day. The home is conveniently located to nearby pubs, shops and other points of interest in Bristol, perfect for day trips and outings with loved ones.
Bristol, BS16 1AHBarchester Healthcare
Beaufort Grange is a modern purpose-built care home located in the heart of Cheswick Village, in Filton, North Bristol. The homely 74-bed care home offers residents high-quality care services, including residential, nursing, dementia, and respite care. As well as being pet-friendly, residents benefit from an outstanding selection of facilities from a large bar and café area, through to a beautiful, landscaped garden and terrace area. Residents enjoy en-suite bedroom facilities and are cared for by Beaufort Grange’s warm and vibrant team.
Bristol, BS9 1DEBupa
Situated in Sea Mills, Bristol, is a beautiful grade II building care home, Druid Stoke. This Bupa care home provides expert residential, respite and nursing care for the elderly and is home to a range of facilities including, beautifully decorated bedrooms with ensuite, stylish communal areas, inviting dining areas, and stunning gardens. The jam packed activity programme ensures that there is no two days the same at Druid Stoke and residents have the freedom to choose activities and hobbies that interests them. Some of these activities include gardening, regular quiz nights, paint workshops and even children visits.
Bristol, BS15 1PNBarchester Healthcare
Situated in a quiet residential suburb in Kingswood, Bristol, Barchester Kingswood Court is a residential care home that also offers nursing and respite care. Features at Kingswood Court include 58 single rooms and 4 shared rooms, well-manicured gardens and pleasant shared dining rooms - and there is a busy activities programme to keep residents entertained, from seasonal events and regular entertainment to visits from local schools. The home is just 20 minutes from Bristol city centre, making it ideal for day trips and visits from loved ones and public transport is just a short walk away.
Bristol, BS13 8ESFour Seasons Health Care
Bishopsmead Lodge Care Home is situated in a pleasant residential area near the city of Bristol. The care team at Bishopsmead provides expert nursing care and respite care and there is suitable accommodation at the home for those with bariatric care needs. As one of the leading care homes in Bristol, Bishopsmead also runs a varied activities and events programme to keep residents entertained, from arts and crafts classes and cooking to music, entertainment and shared activities with the local community. The home is conveniently located to Kings Head Lane Park and the local bowling club, with great public transport links into Bristol.
Bristol, BS16 1LB Barchester Healthcare
Begrook House, part of Barchester Healthcare, is a small nursing home located in Frenchay village, situated on the outskirts of Bristol. The 32-bed care home benefits from a good standard of décor and facilities throughout, including a large dining area, a well-kept garden, and en-suite bedroom facilities with patio doors. As well as providing a high standard of care to residents, the home benefits from regular visits from local the GPs, physiotherapists, podiatrist, opticians, and other healthcare professionals. Resident’s enjoy a varied activity schedule each week, from bingo classes and dance club to outdoor events and the visiting hairdresser.
Bristol, BS10 7TQBerkley
Badminton Place is a brand new, all-inclusive residential, nursing and dementia care home situated in Cribbs Causeway, Bristol. Now fully open to new admissions, this state-of-the-art care home features a specially designed gymnasium, a stunning bar and bistro and plenty of open outdoor spaces over multiple levels. With high-end touches everywhere you look, 71 luxury en-suite bedrooms and a community-focused approach, the purpose-built care home serving Bristol and Portishead is anything but ordinary. With a very experienced management team and a dedicated team of staff including top-class chefs and hospitality staff, this is a social home with a touch of luxury at every turn.
Bristol, BS39 4ERCountry Court
Situated in the beautiful village of Stanton Drew, in Chew Valley, Stanton Court Care & Nursing Home provides residential, respite, nursing and dementia care within the rural setting of North East Somerset. Facilities include 30 ensuite bedrooms where personalisation is encouraged, a tastefully decorated lounge, clean and bright dining room and extensive landscaped gardens complete with vegetable patches for residents to enjoy. Stanton Court’s team of chefs provide a delicious seasonal menu which is tailored to individual requirements and preferences. The daily enrichment and wellbeing programme, ensures that residents enjoy a busy social calendar and can interact and engage with activities, entertainment and the local community.
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Here is some further information about care homes in Bristol.
We have 8 Bristol care homes, which 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.
If you are looking for temporary respite care, we have 12 care homes in Bristol that provide short-term stays. Respite care provides relief for caregivers, providing a few weeks support in a care home for a loved one.
7 Bristol care homes provide palliative care for your loved one. End-of-life care can be an emotional experience for everyone, so our care experts will support you at every step.
Need more guidance? Lottie’s team of Care Experts have prepared the ultimate guide to care homes in Bristol, including a general overview and answers to frequently asked questions, as well providing our own views on the best activities and care homes in Bristol.
Calling all care seekers: if you're looking for luxurious buildings, cosy communal spaces, nature and green surroundings and a bustling city vibe, Bristol is the place for you. Bristol is home to some of the UK’s best care homes, surrounded by picturesque scenery.
There are many benefits to settling in Bristol: stunning sights and natural scenery like the famous Clifton Observatory and Brandon Hill Nature Park, cultural experiences such as art galleries and museums, great shopping and riverside walks being just a few. You can also visit the Georgian Queen Square, Cabot Tower, Avon Valley Wildlife Park and the Bristol Cathedral. Bristol is extremely well-connected via the M5, the M4 and the M49, making it an easy journey for visitors.
From short stays to specialist dementia care, all our care homes in Bristol provide the highest quality of care for your loved one. There are lots of several types of care available, so our care experts will work with you to find the best home in Bristol for your requirements.
Several of our care homes offer respite care – a type of care that provides temporary support for caregivers – as well as specialist end-of-life palliative care. Our listings include ratings from the Care Quality Commission to help you choose but if you’re unsure about the type of care you require, or you’d like to find out more about any of our care homes, our experts are on-hand to help.
One of Britain’s most awe-inspiring natural landmarks, Cheddar Gorge, is home to stunning cliff top walks and caves. It is also an international centre for caving and rock climbing - so see how adventurous you’re feeling! Audio guides, hearing loops and written transcripts are available and guide dogs are welcome.
One of Bristol’s most iconic landmarks, the Clifton suspension bridge is a must-see on any visit to the city. Designed by the famous Isambard Kingdom Brunel, the bridge represents a turning point in the history of engineering and today symbolises the creativity and spirit of Bristol. The bridge takes just ten minutes to walk there and back - a bit longer if you stop to enjoy the amazing views - so it’s perfect for your elderly loved one.
The Strawberry Line Path project was designed to facilitate a more active lifestyle, reduce noise and air pollution across the county, and it’s a popular tourist attraction in Bristol. The path follows the old Cheddar Valley Railway line and offers views of the stunning Somerset countryside, British wildlife and orchards.