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Mortain Place Care Home

93 Pevensey Bay Road, Eastbourne, BN23 6JF

Registered, awaiting routine inspection - Regulator's rating

80 beds • Opened in 1993
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Bendigo Nursing Home

22 Arundel Road, Eastbourne, BN21 2EL

Good - Regulator's rating

25 beds • All en-suite • Opened in 1987
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Ashgrange House

9 De Roos Road, Eastbourne, BN21 2QA

Good - Regulator's rating

8 beds • 1 en-suite room • Opened in 1992
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Beeches Retirement Hotel

4 De Roos Road, Eastbourne, BN21 2QA

Good - Regulator's rating

20 beds • All en-suite • Opened in 1984

Beechwood Grove

44-48 East Dean Road, Eastbourne, BN20 8EH

Good - Regulator's rating

60 beds • Opened in 2018

Coppice Court Care Home

220 Willingdon Road, Eastbourne, BN21 1XR

Good - Regulator's rating

54 beds • 53 en-suite rooms • Opened in 1996
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Dorley House Residential Care Home

19-20 Bedfordwell Road, Eastbourne, BN21 2BG

Good - Regulator's rating

33 beds • 27 en-suite rooms • Opened in 1966
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Elstree Court Care Home

64 Meads Road, Eastbourne, BN20 7QJ

Good - Regulator's rating

41 beds • 20 en-suite rooms • Opened in 1987
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Inglewood Nursing Home

7-9 Nevill Avenue, Hampden Park, Eastbourne, BN22 9PR

Good - Regulator's rating

60 beds • Opened in 1986
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Rosebery House

2 Rosebery Avenue, Hampden Park, Eastbourne, BN22 9QA

Good - Regulator's rating

30 beds • Opened in 1967
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Finding the right care home in Eastbourne

Choosing a care home for a loved one can be difficult, however with 52 care homes in Eastbourne, and 24 offering specialist dementia care, it is important you make the right decision on which care home is best for your loved one’s needs. Here are a few of our top tips to help you narrow your options.

Location, location, location

As well as thinking about transport links and ensuring friends and family are able to visit, it is also important to consider where in Eastbourne your loved one would be most happy to live. With so many care homes to consider you can afford to be a little picky. For example, how about Mortain Place Care Home, which is located opposite the marina and would allow your loved one to watch the boats sailing past whilst having their evening meal. If something in a more residential area would suit better, then check out Inglewood Nursing Home with some lovely gardens and only a few minutes walk to Hampden Park for an afternoon stroll.

How to get the 'at home' feeling

As Eastbourne is a small town, it is important to think about the lifestyle that would be offered to your loved one in the care home, and to find one that would help them feel most at home. Below are a few things we recommend you consider when narrowing down your options:

Care homes with gardens

Most care homes in Eastbourne have a garden, however they can vary a lot in size and functionality, which makes it important to understand how important having the outdoor space is to your loved one. Would they be happy with a lovely seating area where they can spend time with family and breathe in the fresh sea air? Or do they prefer to help potter in the garden? If so, perhaps Elstree Court Care Home could be well suited.

Pet friendly care homes

Did you know that some care homes in Eastbourne will let your loved one’s pet visit them? Moving into a home and having to leave your pet with friends or family can be upsetting, so perhaps knowing they can still see them is important. If it is, we recommend asking care homes about their pet policy, because like Bendigo Nursing Home in central Eastbourne, they may let pets visit upon appointment.

Care home activities and days out

To help residents feel at home and continue their hobbies, most care homes in Eastbourne offer a wide range of activities and facilities. Many even encourage residents to share and teach others their talents, whether it be baking, art or dancing. When possible care homes also try to organise small outings for their residents to Royal Hippodrome Theatre, walks along Beachy Head to take in fresh air and see the white chalk cliffs, or to simply have fish and chips overlooking the Eastbourne Marina. Care homes are generally very accommodating so if there is something your loved one likes to do, ensure you ask if it would be possible when staying at the home.

Our expert care guide

For more detailed advice on how to narrow your options and feel confident that you’re selecting the right care home for your loved one, download our expert guide. The guide, written by one of our UK care experts, covers how to understand regulatory ratings, read between the lines in reviews and what you should ask potential care homes when you call to enquire.

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Frequently asked questions

  • How many care homes are there in Eastbourne?

    There are 53 care homes in Eastbourne offering a range of specialisms. If you’re not sure which type of care home is best for you, you can read our guide on how to choose the right care home.

  • How are care homes in Eastbourne regulated?

    All care homes in Eastbourne are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Of the 53 care homes in Eastbourne, 45 have been rated good or above.

  • How many care homes in Eastbourne specialise in dementia care?

    There are 24 care homes in Eastbourne who offer specialist dementia care for more information on the specific homes, view our dementia care home list.

  • How much do care homes in Eastbourne cost?

    On average residential care homes in South East cost £775 per week, with nursing homes costing on average £1,019 per week. From the care homes in Eastbourne who share their prices with us, we can see care home prices starting from £700 per week.

  • What is the difference between nursing homes and residential care homes?

    Residential care homes provide residents with accommodation, meals, and assistance with personal care and medication. However, a nursing care home will also provide medical care from a qualified nurse, including treatment for any illness or injuries.

  • Will I be entitled to local authority funding to help pay for a care home in Eastbourne?

    In England, if your total savings and property assets are below £23,250, then you may be able to access local authority funding towards accommodation costs, personal care and nursing care. Read our care home funding article for more advice.

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Average care home costs in South East

Average costs based on LaingBuisson Care of Older People UK report 2019

  • Residential care homes

    £775 per week
  • Nursing care homes

    £1,019 per week

Funding for care in England

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If your total savings and property assets are below £23,250, then you may be able to access local authority funding towards accommodation costs, personal care and nursing care.

To qualify, you must first arrange a care needs assessment.