Welcome to The Beaufort Care Home
At The Beaufort, our highly trained team of registered nurses and dedicated carers serves people with a wide variety of physical conditions who require a high level of nursing care. Respite care is also available on a short-term stay basis.
You'll find us in a semi-rural location between Coventry and Kenilworth, within easy reach of shops, buses, and the M42 and M40. The Beaufort was previously a country manor house which has been carefully converted and extended while retaining original features, including wood panelling in the reception area.
Communal living spaces include a large, bright lounge. The separate dining room has traditional fireplaces and large windows which provide ample light and overlook the mature gardens. Exclusive, newly refurbished, premium rooms are available. These attract a wide variety of wildlife, including muntjac deer, foxes, birds and squirrels.
Life at The Beaufort Care Home
Our activities coordinator works to provide a wide range of stimulating activities, tailored to meet residents' varied needs.
Group activities include armchair aerobics, wheelchair line dancing, quizzes, crosswords and gardening. And we provide one-to-one interaction for residents who are unable to join in. We also hold a monthly interdenominational church service.
Our more able residents enjoy trips to the shops, especially at Christmas time.
We also offer a personal allowance for residents who'd like us to hold funds on their behalf for haircuts, chiropody, aromatherapy, massage and other services and treats.
We have no restrictions on visitors who are welcome at any time.
The Beaufort Care home in Coventry is a gracious home set in woodland with beautiful gardens to the rear. The rooms are well spaced with plenty of privacy and all required facilities for residents and visiting family, friends. The staff are professional, compassionate, friendly and so very helpful, always putting the needs of the resident first.
My father came here and was shown so much affection, humour, care and attention that we, as a family were able to function, if that's the right word, as much as possible knowing that my father was being given the very best care at all times. It seemed nothing was too much to ask and the staff were always on hand to talk about different circumstances that arose.
We, as a family, were able to relax and enjoy the time we had with our father as we could see that he was comfortable, happy and kept his sense of humour to the last. The time we were given with our father at the care home was the most precious we could ever have wished for. All the staff were on hand in our time of need to answer questions and give us support.
As a family, we would highly recommend the Beaufort Care Home.
Extremely good conditions and service from all the staff. I always have peace of mind knowing that my father is being well looked after. Every time I visit (daily) he looks comfortable and relaxed. Nothing is too much trouble and I'm always kept informed of any changes or developments
Types of care
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 The Beaufort Care Home whether...
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 The Beaufort Care Home in Coventry. Our philosophy starts with getting to know each person as an individual and understanding what they need.
- All single rooms
- On site hairdressing
- TV lounge
- Landscaped gardens
24 Apr 2017
As delayed transfers of care remain at record highs, how can we reduce unnecessary hospital stays for older people? That was the key question at an HSJ event held in association with Four Seasons Health Care.
The roundtable heard that the healthcare system often finds reasons not to deal with care home residents and looked at the success of an innovative collaboration between the NHS and care homes in Belfast.
With a collaborative approach between care homes and the NHS, older people are able to leave hospital and receive expert care, whilst assessing whether their long term future would be in their current home or a local care home. “The idea is that it would provide short term rehabilitation in conjunction with the two trusts in that area. The joint partnerships with the trusts I’ve worked with have just been amazing, and that’s what makes it work”, explained Janice Brown, Four Seasons’ regional manager for the Belfast and Newtownabbey area.
In addition to the improvements from a collaborative solution, South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust reported that the joint partnership approach of providing a bed in a care home reduced their yearly cost by more than half.
You can read further thoughts and insights from the HSJ Roundtable, in association with Four Seasons Health Care, at HSJ Roundtable Guides
8 Apr 2017
The Beaufort Care Home in Coventry helped resident Bob celebrate his birthday with a lovely little bash last week.
Debra Buckley, Home Manager, said: “Everyone at The Beaufort was in great spirits as they helped Bob celebrate his special day. His family and friends came and celebrated with him and brought the biggest cake I have ever seen which everyone enjoyed with a cup of tea. We all wish you a very happy birthday again Bob!”
Everyone at Four Seasons wishes you many happy returns Bob!
6 Apr 2017
We all have that one hobby we are passionate about. Whether that’s reading, baking, mathematics, the choices really are endless.
Just because you live in a care home doesn’t mean you should stop the activities you enjoy. This has certainly been the case at The Beaufort Care Home in Coventry. Resident Ray and his wife Brigid baked some lovely cakes for everyone to enjoy. Ray enjoys baking as it helps him to relax. Making the cakes for his fellow residents always goes down well too.
Taj and Margaret have a love of counting money. This is due to them both dealing with it on a daily basis, especially Margaret as she used to work in a shop.
Debra Buckley, Home Manager, said: “It’s nice to see the residents partaking in activities they enjoy. Life doesn’t have to stop just because you live in a care home, and special experiences like this can go a long way.”
Another special experience the residents enjoyed involved welcoming The Herbert Gallery in who came and talked all things Coventry. Residents enjoyed looking at pictures and artefacts from Coventry’s past.