Arbour Walk

Arbour Walk, Hungerford Road, Brislington, Bristol BS4 5HU



Arbour Walk is a newly purpose built resident and nursing home in the heart of Brislington. Its convenient location, layout with a variety of indoor facilities and beautifully landscaped secure gardens make it an ex...


Lymore Avenue, Twerton Bath, BA2 1AY

01225 448 923

Culverhayes occupies a prime position at the highest point of Lymore Avenue, with spacious grounds and stunning views of Bath. The home has three separate wings dedicated to care and support to meet the varying types and levels of need o...

Grosvenor Villas

Grosvenor Villas, Lightfoot St, Chester CH2 3AD

01244 318 567

Grosvenor Villas is located in a peaceful residential area in the heart of Chester. Our residents at Grosvenor Villas greatly benefit from the neighbouring Narrows Community Park. Our home; consists of four bungalow style villas connecte...

Saville Manor

Saville Road, Stoke Bishop Bristol, BS9 1JA

0117 968 7412

Saville Manor is a beautiful Grade II listed property overlooking the Durdham Downs. It was once the residence of a local dignitary, and has stunning interiors that are in keeping with its distinguished past. Saville Manor; consists of 4...

Winfield Lodge

Weston Park, Lower Weston, Bath, BA1 4AS

01225 445 644

Winfield Lodge is located in the green-filled Lower Weston area of Bath. Our impressive locale boasts luscious gardens and parks which are home to some of Bath’s many heritage sites. Winfield Lodge has recently undergone some landscape...


Bathwick Hill, Bathwick, Bath, BA2 6EN

01225 429456

Words like sanctuary and haven come to mind when describing Woodside, and for good reason. Situated on historic Bathwick Hill, the extensive landscaped grounds open to tranquil woodlands at the rear. Situated very near the city centre, l...

Eden Mansions

Station Road, Styal, Cheshire, SK9 4HD

01625 524276

Eden Mansions is situated in Styal, a tranquil suburb near Wilmslow in Cheshire. Homely in appearance and atmosphere and set amongst open fields, there is a feeling of being in the countryside, yet it is not far local amenities.


Waltham House

Stoke Park Road, Stoke Bishop, Bristol, BS9 1JF

0117 968 2097

The traditional Cotswold stone house is situated along a leafy lane just off Stoke Hill, near the well-known Durdham Downs. The warm welcoming hallway has a traditional homely feel and leads through to a light and airy lounge. The tastef...

Oakhill Mansions

College Park Drive, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, BS10 7QD

01179 501 201

Originally a Methodist college built in the 1950s in the Art Deco style, Oakhill Mansions has tall sash windows, lending a light and airy feel to the appropriately-named Mansions. Its elevated location on Henbury Hill provides beautif...

The Orangery

57 Englishcombe Lane, Bath, BA2 2EL

01225 311008

A grand-looking former coaching inn, this beautifully renovated building is named after its most distinctive feature: a spacious sunlit orangery at the heart of the home. The home is situated in Englishcombe village with many local shop...


North Street, Downend, Bristol, BS16 5SE

0117 910 9408

Gracefields is a purpose built home in Downend, named after its neighbour, former captain Mr. W. G. Grace of the England Cricket Team. The home occupies a prime position in Downend giving it excellent access to local shops, cafes and tr...

Cedar Park

Cedar Park, 27-28 Oldfield Road, Oldfield, Bath, BA2 3NG

01225 312 484

Cedar Park is a listed Georgian building, which creates a striking impression in a quiet residential street in Oldfield. Its elevated position affords beautiful views from almost every aspect. The local community is lively, with usefu...

Larkhall Springs

Swainswick Gardens, Larkhall, Bath, BA1 6TL

01225 466 266

The understated exterior of Larkhall Springs hides the fact that it is a modern, purpose-built nursing home. A special feature at Larkhall is that both floors open onto gardens through sunlit conservatories. The home is situated in the h...

St Teresa's

Corston Lane, Corston, Bath, BA2 9AE

01225 873 614

Having once been a convent, St Teresa’s is a beautiful period residence situated in the tranquil, leafy village of Corston, on the outskirts of Bath.

  • The Bartelt Wing has 18 beds and is for our residents requiring General ...

Response to Covid-19 (Coronavirus) 

Update to Home Status Regarding Visits

Last Update:  5th November 2020 

Visiting Pod Update: 5th November 2020

As you may be aware, new care home guidance around visits has recently been published by the government. You can find the guidelines here.

At Cedar Care, we pride ourselves on always being one step ahead, in order to keep our Residents and the relatives safe and happy. Having created and constructed our pods in advance of the government guidance, we have been able to begin facilitating these visits prior to harsh winter season, and ultimately preventing any unnecessary inconveniences to your visits. Our next phase is to add comforting elements to the pods to make them more homely for our Residents and their visitors.

Due to national lockdown, we feel it important to re-emphasise our Visiting Pod Guidelines;

Visitor’s duties

You will still be required to fill out your details for track & trace (as per government guidelines). We will provide you with a QR code to scan with your mobile phone inside of the Pod. Please ensure that you have the NHS COVID-19 app downloaded. If you are having difficulties downloading the app, the homes’ administrative team can help you to do so. Failing this, they can provide you with a paper version of the track and trace form.

The Visiting Pods are fitted with a call bell system for you to call the allocated staff member responsible for the Pod(s) that day. Please use the call bell if you or your loved one requires anything during your visit.

New rules and guidelines

1) PPE (including facemasks, aprons, gloves, etc) are no longer required to be used during your visit.

2) A maximum number of 6 visitors are allowed to use the Pod. We do recommend 3 visitors at a time, for your own comfort (Pod size is restrictive). Due to national lockdown, only members from the same household are able to visit together. You must not visit with others who are not from your household, as the Visiting Pod is classed as an ‘indoor space’.

3) Visiting slots are still for the duration of 30 minutes, however, as we are able to offer more frequent visits due to the nature of the pods, you will be able to book multiple visits each week (within reason).

4) You will now be able to book visits from 2pm to 8pm each day of the week, Monday through to Sunday. Visiting slots start at 2pm and the last visit will take place at 7:15pm (ending at 7:45pm).

5) You are only able to book visiting slots with home administrator (9pm to 5pm, Monday to Friday).

6) You must book your visiting slot 1 week in advance of your visit, this is to allow us to organise staffing effectively.

7) Your visit may be supervised or unsupervised this is dependant on your loved ones’ individual risk assessment (please see below).

8) Any gifts or items you wish to give to your loved one must be handed over to the administrative team for disinfection and a 72-hour storage before being given to the Resident.

9) Smoking is strictly prohibited inside of the Pod (this includes the use of e-cigarettes).

10) You should not visit if you are feeling unwell or displaying symptoms of COVID19.

Risk assessments and visiting times

During your loved one’s first visit in the Visiting Pod, they will be accompanied by a member of staff. The staff member will complete an individual risk assessment for them to identify whether or not they need to be supervised during their visit, or if the Pos Visits are not suitable for them.

If your loved one does require a member of staff to be with them, it is highly likely that you will not be offered the visiting slots around dinner time. This is so that we are able to permanently allocate a carer to supervise, without disrupting their daily tasks.

We thank you for your continued support and patience, as always.