Carnalea Care Home in Bangor
A warm welcome to Carnalea Care Home, Bangor
You’ll find Carnalea Care Home looking out over a golf course, close to Bangor’s beaches. We are a purpose-built home within easy reach of the train station and town centre, making us easily accessible for visitors to pop-in for a chat.
Our Care team offers nursing care for people with complex medical needs, and respite care to give family or friends a well-earned break. We also provide specialist care for those with mental health conditions, and intermediate care as an alternative to hospital stay.
Our home has a busy activities programme, so that our residents are never without something to do. We also have good community links, and regular visits from the local school and churches.
Life at Carnalea Care Home
"Our mum absolutely loves it here and has settled in very quickly."
"I found the staff lovely, very friendly."
"I would highly recommend Carnalea Care Home to anyone looking for a loving caring environment."
Learn more about the care available
For people with an on-going medical condition. This is similar to residential care but with the addition of 24-hour support from a team of qualified nurses. Learn More
Even the most devoted carer needs a break sometimes. Whether it is for a few days or a few weeks, we are here to step in when you or your carer need us. Learn More
Palliative and End of Life Care
This is specialist support for people with a life-limiting illness to relieve their symptoms and make them as comfortable as possible. We understand that this can be a sensitive time and teams offer compassionate support, providing advice or an opportunity to talk. Learn More
After a stay in hospital, people who are over the worst can still need a certain amount of care to help with rehabilitation so they can return home with confidence. Our intermediate care beds play a vital role in supporting local health and social care services by offering older people an alternative to an extended stay on a ward. Learn More
We empower our residents take better control of their lives by being physically active, building relationships in their community through hobbies and interests and in some cases, gaining voluntary work or employment and learning new skills. Learn More