Care homes in Stratford-upon-Avon

When live-in care just isn’t an option, give your loved ones the support they need with a choice of the top local care homes.

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Choosing a care home

At Elder, we understand that not everyone is in the right situation to receive live-in care in Stratford-upon-Avon, perhaps there’s no space or maybe they require much more complex care.

No matter the reason, we’d still like to help and we know we’re in a good position to do so. We know what good care looks like, even outside of the home.

Your loved one has every right to be supported and cared for in the way they deserve, which is why we’ve found the best residential options in the area for you.

The top care homes in Stratford-upon-Avon

If you’re considering residential care for your parents or loved ones in Stratford-upon-Avon, the following eight options may be worth considering.

Cedar Lawn

Cedar Close, Welcombe Road, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 6UP

Cedar Lawn in Stratford-upon-Avon offers care for up to 37 older people. Service users are 55 plus. All the rooms are single occupancy and 32 have an en-suite WC.

Suitable for old age.


Cedar Lodge

Bearley Cross, Wootten Wawen, Henley-in-Arden, B95 6DR

This care home with nursing provides care for the over 55s in 47 single en-suite rooms. Residential care is offered for those living with dementia in part of the home, whilst service users who need nursing care are supported by a registered nurse in the nursing section.

Suitable for dementia and old age.


Leycester House

Edgehill Drive, Tournament Fields, Warwick, CV34 6XQ

Leycester House is a large purpose-built care home for up to 78 service users aged 65 and over. Nursing, respite care and day care are offered. All accommodation is in single rooms with en-suite facilities.

Suitable for dementia, old age, younger adults.


Quinton House Nursing Home

Main Road, Lower Quinton, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 8RY

This privately owned care home with nursing provides care for a maximum of 27 service users in 11 single and 8 shared rooms. 15 rooms benefit from en-suite WC provision.


Eversleigh Nursing Home

2-4 Clarendon Place, Leamington Spa, CV32 5QN

Situated within five minutes of the town centre, Eversleigh Nursing Home offers both residential and nursing care for up to 42 service users aged 55 and over. There are 32 single and 5 shared rooms, with 17 rooms having an en-suite WC.

Suitable for learning disability, dementia, no medical intervention, old age, physical disability, sensory impairment and younger adults.


Scholars Mews Care Home

23-24 Scholars Lane, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 6HE

Scholars Mews is centrally located in Stratford-upon-Avon and can accommodate up to 64 service users aged 65 plus in en-suite single rooms.

Suitable for mental health conditions, dementia, physical disability, sensory impairment, younger adults and old age.


Scholars Mews Care Home

23-24 Scholars Lane, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 6HE

Scholars Mews is centrally located in Stratford-upon-Avon and can accommodate up to 64 service users aged 65 plus in en-suite single rooms.

Suitable for mental health conditions, dementia, physical disability, sensory impairment, younger adults and old age.


Low Furlong

Darlingscote Road, Shipston-on-Stour, CV36 4DY

Low Furlong is a 68-bed purpose-built care home for service users over the age of 50. All rooms are single and have an en-suite WC.

Suitable for old age, dementia, physical disability and sensory impairment.



Evesham Road, Dodwell, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 9ST

This modern purpose-built care home with nursing can accommodate up to 60 service users aged 65 plus in single en-suite rooms. Also offers palliative care and respite care.

Suitable for old age and dementia.


Make sense of your options

Realising your elderly loved one requires extra, full time care isn’t easy and when there seems to be so many options, it might be overwhelming to know where to start.

At Elder, we are always on hand to offer the best impartial advice, every day between 8 am and 8 pm to help you decide on the best care solution for the your loved one.

Get in touch with one of our expert care advisors today.

Frequently asked questions

Are care homes more expensive than live-in care?

There is no set price when it comes to the cost of care, mainly because it depends on many factors. The level of needs your loved one may have and the location play a part in determining costs, as does the type of facility.

Despite the fact that live-in care is one-on-one and bespoke, it can be up to 30% cheaper than a place in a care home. The savings could be even more significant if care is required for a couple. There is a chance that the couple would have different needs and therefore, potentially two rooms, in two different care homes, would be required. To avoid a painful separation and excessive care costs, live-in care could be a far cheaper alternative.

To find out more about Care homes vs. Live-in care take a look at our helpful guide.

What is home help?

Live-in care goes by many names and home help is one of them. But that’s exactly what our carers do, they help your elderly loved one at home. It could be that your relative just feels a bit lonely and concerned about being alone for safety reasons. Whether they simply find themselves struggling to do housework or their needs have progressed to requiring more complex care, home help encourages people to stay in their own familiar environment.

Living in a care home can take some getting used to, especially if your loved one is fiercely independent and happy in their routine and the home they’ve spent time making their own. Home help can be a great alternative, and in a lot of cases, cheaper too.

To find out more contact our expert care advisors for a friendly chat.

Does live-in care support those with depression?

Depression is a difficult condition to deal with, especially in older people. Loneliness is a big factor, with one in 10 people aged 65 or over say they always, or often, feel lonely. Bereavement, illness or lack of mobility can have profound effects on mental wellbeing and with no one to talk to about it, it can be very isolating.

Unfortunately, if family moves away and becomes busy with work and children, it’s not always possible to try to remedy this yourself. In which case, getting a live-in carer could be the next best thing. Not only would they offer companionship, but they would be able to monitor their wellbeing, encourage them to eat well and could even drive them to see friends and family.

Sometimes, just knowing someone is there is all it takes to turn someone’s mood around. Call us today to find out more.

Would a care home support those with cancer?

There are some care homes that specialize in caring for older people living with cancer. It’s always best to do thorough research and visit a few preferred options to see if it would suit your loved ones personal preferences and their care needs as well.

Considering it is likely to be a somewhat stressful and frightening time in your elderly loved ones life, you might not want to uproot them from their home. Live-in care could be a far more preferable option as our carers are fully experienced in cancer care and would be able to keep an eye on their condition, offer support and a help them stay in their regular routine.

Call us today to find out more about live-in care.

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