Welcome to Warmley House Care Home
Warmley House is in the village of Warmley, on the outskirts of Bristol, where we offer different levels of care to suit a range of needs, from nursing and palliative care to short stays and respite.
We also offer a small and dedicated dementia residential unit and residential social care unit.
In extensive grounds with mature trees and historical remains, our home consists of a traditionally decorated 18th-century house, with a large modern extension containing the nursing unit.
Before they arrive, residents are encouraged to choose the colour schemes for their own bedrooms. They can personalise these spaces as they wish.
Life at Warmley House Care Home
Our aim is to help people stay as well as they can for as long as they can, so we understand the importance of being active and entertained.
We have a dedicated activities coordinator who ensures all residents are offered a range of activities to suit their needs. We arrange trips to various local parks and places of interest, including garden centres and the zoo, and we also work closely with the local historical society and village church.
I find the staff wonderful and feel its home from home. Its a shame I can't go out without help but the staff will take me and we've done some nice trips.
I find the place very satisfactory and enjoy living here. I especially like the craft activities.
Types of care
This is for those who may need some help with daily activities such as eating, washing,...
People living with dementia have different needs, so either a residential or nursing care home...
Someone may need nursing care if they have a certain physical condition or difficulties. This...
Respite care, or short-stay care, means someone can stay at Warmley House Care Home...
End of life / palliative care
It's vital that everyone gets the right care and support at this important and sensitive time....
Facilities & services
Making care special is at the heart of Warmley House Care Home in Warmley. Our philosophy starts with getting to know each person as an individual and understanding what they need.
- All single rooms
- Quiet lounge
- TV lounge
- Landscaped gardens
- Flat screen TV in lounge
21 Mar 2017
Four Seasons Health Care were well represented at the finals of the British Journal of Nursing Awards earlier this month with four colleagues flying the flag for the organisation.
Gary Cousins was a runner up in the Infection Control and Prevention Nurse category, Colin Sheeran was a runner up in the Mental Health Nurse of the Year category and Joanne Strain was a runner up in the British Nurse of the Year category.
However, further plaudits need to be given to Alana Irvine who was crowned the Nutritional Nurse of the Year, after being nominated by colleagues for her continued commitment to residents’ nutrition.
Alana has been part of the driving force behind Four Seasons nutrition innovations to meet the varying needs of the people in our care. We are able to monitor residents’ nutritional needs, with technology that flags up weight loss, whether a resident has difficulty swallowing or needs assistance when eating or drinking to the care team.
Nutrition is something we take very seriously here at Four Seasons and Alana’s win recognises all of the hard work done across the board in this area.
1 Nov 2016
The care team at Warmley Care Home in Warmley came to work a little under dressed last week.
The team turned up in their onesies, all in the aim of raising money for St Peter’s Hospice.
St Peter’s Hospice is a Bristol charity that cares for adults with life limiting illnesses.
Sue Horsewell, Home Manager, said: “St Peter’s Hospice is a charity close to our hearts. We wanted to give something back to them as we understand the demands of caring for people. I’m proud to say we raised £60 for this good cause.”
Are you looking for a care home in Warmely? Warmley Care Home offers support for all types of care including residential care, dementia care, nursing care, respite care and end of life/palliative care.
22 Jul 2016
When the local allotments in Warmley held their scarecrow competition, they weren’t expecting to see a family of scarecrows heading their way.
When residents from Warmley House Care Home in Warmley, heard of the competition they got to work.
Sue Horsewell, Home Manager, explained: “The residents got their creative juices flowing when they started creating the scarecrows. They created a family of four, complete with baby, brother, mum and dad. The residents won 1st prize in the competition which they were ecstatic about. The scarecrows will now take pride of place in the allotment and be put to work.
“I want to congratulate Mary Monks, Sheila Wray, Norman Taylor and Arthur Lunn on their achievement. Well done everyone, it was a well-deserved win!”