The health, safety and well-being of our residents, visitors and staff is Coate Water Care’s number one priority and our very high standards in safety and cleanliness provide peace of mind to both residents and their loved ones.

  • All visitors are screened for symptoms of COVID-19
  • Plentiful stocks of full PPE
  • Social distancing in place
  • Enhanced cleaning procedures
  • Latest care sector technology tracks residents’ health
  • Staff trained in infection control and PPE use

Vaccinations

Residents and staff at all nine Coate Water Care homes have had their COVID-19 vaccinations and our homes are a safe environment for new residents.

Visiting our homes

As of May 17, the number of named family members or friends able to visit their loved ones in care homes is increased from 2 to 5. Check with your local home to find out the latest arrangements.

CQC inspections

The CQC has been carrying out special inspections to make sure our care homes are COVID-compliant. There are no ratings for these inspections but our good safety practices have been acknowledged.

 
“Family-run care home provider for over 25 years.”

Our care homesDementia Care Day Care Join our team
 
“Family-run care home provider for over 25 years.”

Our care homesDementia Care Day Care Join our team
 
“Family-run care home provider for over 25 years.”

Our care homesDementia Care Day Care Join our team
 
“Family-run care home provider for over 25 years.”

Our care homesDementia Care Day Care Join our team
 
“Family-run care home provider for over 25 years.”

Our care homesDementia Care Day Care Join our team
 
“Family-run care home provider for over 25 years.”

Our care homesDementia Care Day Care Join our team

Download a copy of one of our home brochures.

I accept the terms and conditions

“A Family Run Care Service.”

Coate Water Care is a family-run care home provider with welcoming and highly-rated nursing and residential care homes for the elderly located in Swindon, Wiltshire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Gloucester. We specialize in providing personalized care for people who are living with dementia.

There are millions of elderly people in the UK who can no longer live alone and there are also tens of thousands of families struggling to cope with the burden of caring for their elderly loved ones. A further 800,000 people suffer from dementia, a progressive condition which requires specialist care from highly trained professionals.

Every last one of these people deserves the best possible attention and care. At Coate Water Care, we are passionate about providing the personalised care people need, from Residential, Respite and Nursing Care to specialist Dementia, Day or Convalescent care from our fully trained care team. “We care because you care.”

GeraldineChris

Geraldine & Chris Smith, founders of
Coate Water Care in 1995

 

View Our Care Homes

Coate Water Care has nine luxury care homes, located across the
South West and Midlands. Each home has its own unique characteristics
but every one has been built and designed to provide a welcoming and
secure environment for people living with dementia.

. Arbory Residential Home - Andover
. Ashbury Lodge Care & Nursing Home - Swindon
. Avebury House Care Centre - Devizes
. Downs View Care & Nursing Home - Swindon
. Church View Care & Nursing Home - Swindon
. Mockley Manor Care & Nursing Home - Warwickshire
. Westley Court Care & Nursing Home - Worcestershire
. Chapel House Care & Nursing Home - Gloucester
. Woodstock Care & Nursing Home - Gloucester

Our homes

Join Our
Care Team

View job roles

Our Care
Services

Find out more

Why choose Coate Water Care?

Highly Rated Quality   Prize

"We believe that compassionate caring and exemplary professional standards go hand in hand. Our extremely high standards mean that your loved ones will feel safe and happy at one of our outstanding residential homes.” - Geraldine & Chris Smith, founders of Coate Water Care in 1995

Find out more

A Caring Team   Plaster

Coate Water Care work tirelessly to create a welcoming environment at our residential homes and our dedicated team of experienced carers, nurses and support staff are the guardians of highly professional care settings. We are proud of our reputation as exemplary care home specialists, creating lovely facilities where our residents and visitors really feel ‘at home’ as soon as they step through the door.

Find out more

Family Run Care   Family

Managed by family-run care providers Coate Water Care, our seven luxury homes offer quality residential care, day care and respite care, including 24-hour nursing care for people living with dementia. Our qualified nurses and experienced carers also provide specialist care for residents with palliative care needs. “We care because you care.”

Find out more

Latest News

We provide Respite Care in Swindon, Devizes, Gloucester, Hampshire, Worcestershire and Warwickshire.

We provide Respite Care in Swindon, Devizes, Gloucester, Hampshire, Worcestershire and Warwickshire.

24/08/2021 - Family-run care providers Coate Water Care provides expert respite care in our nine highly-rated residential care homes in Swindon, Wiltshire, Devizes, Gloucester, Hampshire, Worcestershire and Warwickshire....

Read More
Manchester United football legend Denis Law has dementia

Manchester United football legend Denis Law has dementia

23/08/2021 - Scotland and Manchester United legend Denis Law has been diagnosed with dementia....

Read More
Coate Water Care homes receive high ratings on care homes website

Coate Water Care homes receive high ratings on care homes website

14/07/2021 - It is fair to say that carehome.co.uk is the go-to website in the UK for reviews of residential care homes. The website gets a staggering 16 million visits a year and has more than 200,000 care home reviews....

Read More
New drug to tackle Alzheimer's disease could be available on the NHS by next year

New drug to tackle Alzheimer's disease could be available on the NHS by next year

01/06/2021 - A breakthrough drug to combat Alzheimer's disease could be available in the UK on the NHS as early as 2022, according to reports in The Daily Mail and The Daily Mirror....

Read More