Castle House Nursing Home

Castle House Nursing Home

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Castle House Nursing home take pride in being an award winning nursing home. We endeavor to provide the best around the clock care for all of our residents. We also understand that keeping the outside world updated with our latest schedules, activities and news is vital for planning visits and building trust. Here you can read about all of our latest updates, changes and news.

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We take pride in the variety of quality services and activities that we offer at Castle House.  If you have any questions regarding our services or would like more information, please contact us. Here are just a few of the activities that happen regularly.

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Castle House is set in 6 acres of beautiful Somerset countryside, sited in the ancient village of Keinton Mandeville, which can be found listed in the Domesday book.

Although we are in a beautiful village setting, we are only 10 minutes away from the A303, 30 minutes away from the M5 (Taunton), junction 23 and an hour from Bristol, we also have a local train station, Castle Cary being a major rail links to the South West and London.

Castle House has been in Keinton Mandeville since 1989, but has seen many changes – mainly due to additions of rooms over the years. We are an award winning, family run, person centred care home. The home started with just a few rooms, but due to our reputation of giving excellent care, and being a home from home, over the years it has grown into what you see today. A nursing home that has been awarded, outstanding by our governing body the Care Quality Commission.  Jo Marshall was named UK Care Home Manager of the Year – 2017, as well as wining the Outstanding Care Team 2016, at the South West Care Forum, and with a current member of staff wining the Outstanding Care Worker 2017. Castle House Nursing home is a gold standard frame work Home, which means, Castle House believes that people should choose how to live there lives, but also their ending.

"Never think that the little things you did weren’t noticed - they were."