Care homes


Maintain dignity and choice in our homes

Our care homes are designed to provide a home from home, where you can thrive while receiving high-quality 24/7 nursing and dementia care.

We take a person-centred approach to care: we know that everyone is different, so we use knowledge of your history and personality in order to provide you with the most appropriate support.

Each of our homes has its own unique culture, with regular activities and trips to help you make the most of life.

About our care homes

  • 24/7 nursing care from our experienced nursing teams
  • Specialist dementia care with support for both residents and their families
  • Long-term condition management e.g. Parkinson's, Diabetes, COPD
  • Stimulating activities to help you maintain excellent health and wellbeing
  • Excellence in end-of-life care
  • Respite care, providing a short stay in our homes to give primary caregivers a break

Find a care home

Outdoor seating area at Deerhurst care home, with green umbrellas.

Deerhurst care home

Experience an Outstanding approach to nursing and dementia care at Deerhurst care home located in Soundwell, Bristol

Care home Dementia care
The exterior of Glastonbury care home, with sunflowers growing in front.

Glastonbury care home

Glastonbury care home offers a lifestyle for older people with specific nursing requirements, together with the option to call upon additional support to suit changing needs

Care home Dementia care Respite care
A round bench at Little Heath care home, with a blossom tree standing in the middle.

Little Heath care home

Little Heath is our brand new, purpose-built care home in Cadbury Heath, South Gloucestershire.

Care home Dementia care
The entrance of Robinson House care home.

Robinson House care home

Robinson House care home provides high-quality nursing and dementia care on the outskirts of Bristol.

Care home Dementia care
Saffron Gardens care home.

Saffron Gardens care home

Our nursing and dementia care home, located in Whitehall, is innovatively designed to provide the best care possible - especially for those living with a dementia.

Care home Dementia care Respite care

Commonly asked questions

How do I choose a care home?

We consider a good care home to be one that helps people make the most of their lives.

We’ve put together a useful guide of things to consider when choosing a care home, to help you focus your care home research.

What to think about when choosing a care home

Who will provide my care?

We have our own care and support team that is able to help you create a tailored care and support plan.

Brunelcare employees are skilled, friendly and qualified. We have designed our recruitment and selection methods to ensure that we recruit a high calibre of employees that suit the culture of each care home.

All of our colleagues are subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check before working for us and, once approved, they undergo a full induction programme and receive continuous training.

Our team is extremely experienced at working with older people who may be frail, have a learning disability, or have a long-term illness.

Are visitors welcome at your care homes?

Of course, it’s your home. We welcome visitors to all our care homes, please contact your care home manager to find out more.

How will I be supported to maintain my independence?

We aim to support you to remain as independent as possible; here are a few of the ways in which we support you to maintain your independence.


Residents are free to go to bed when they like and get up when they wish.


Everyone living with us can choose when they have their meals. There is a choice between two meals for lunch and dinner, alongside a vegetarian option and a variety of breakfast options.


All residents can of course use their own personal mobile phones or we can also offer the use of our cordless phones when needed.


All the rooms at our care homes are equipped with your own en suite that includes a level access wetroom shower and toilet.


We arrange a number of individual and group activities and trips at our care homes, that you can choose whether to be involved in.

Why choose Brunelcare?

Founded in 1941, Brunelcare has over 80 years of experience providing high-quality housing, care and support for older people in the South West.

We support over 2,000 customers across Bristol, South Gloucestershire and Somerset, and are recognised for our expertise in caring for people living with a dementia.

In addition to our own rigorous self-assessment, we are regulated by the CQC. We also regularly seek our customers’ views and feedback to ensure we maintain a high standard of care and high levels of satisfaction in our services.

As a charity, we do not pay dividends to shareholders. Any profit we make is reinvested back into the services we provide.

Can I visit the care homes before I make a decision?

Most certainly! Arrangements can be made to visit by contacting any of our Care Home Managers.