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Sherwood Grange

1a Robin Hood Lane, London, SW15 3PU

Outstanding - Regulator's rating

Residential
Dementia
Palliative
59 beds • All en-suite • Opened in 2016
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Bluegrove House

325 Southwark Park Road, London, SE16 2JN

Good - Regulator's rating

Residential
Dementia
48 beds • All en-suite • Opened in 1994
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5

Brook House

2-6 Forty Close, Forty Avenue, Wembley, London, HA9 8UU

Good - Regulator's rating

Residential
Nursing
47 beds • All en-suite • Opened in 1995
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Cedar Court

138 Lensbury Way, Thamesmead, Abbey Wood, London, SE2 9TA

Good - Regulator's rating

Residential
Dementia
47 beds • No en-suite rooms • Opened in 1996
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Charlton Park Care Home

21 Cemetery Lane, Charlton, London, SE7 8DZ

Good - Regulator's rating

Residential
Dementia
Nursing
66 beds • No en-suite rooms • Opened in 1997
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9

Cheverton Lodge

30a Cheverton Road, London, N19 3AY

Good - Regulator's rating

Residential
Nursing
52 beds • All en-suite • Opened in 1994
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12

Ellesmere House

9 Nightingale Place, Chelsea, London, SW10 9NG

Good - Regulator's rating

Residential
Dementia
Nursing
Palliative
70 beds • All en-suite • Opened in 2007
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5

Elmstead House

171 Park Road, Hendon, London, NW4 3TH

Good - Regulator's rating

Residential
Dementia
Nursing
50 beds • All en-suite • Opened in 1997
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14

Forrester Court

Cirencester Street, Off Harrow Road, Paddington, London, W2 5SR

Good - Regulator's rating

Residential
Dementia
Nursing
113 beds • All en-suite • Opened in 1999
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13

Greenhive House

50 Brayards Road, London, SE15 2BQ

Good - Regulator's rating

Residential
Dementia
64 beds • 48 en-suite rooms • Opened in 2002
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6

Overview of care homes in London

Care homes in London

419

Homes that offer nursing care

147

Specialise in dementia care

230

Homes rated good or above

321

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Frequently asked questions

  • How many care homes are there in London?

    There are 419 care homes in London 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 London regulated?

    All care homes in London are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Of the 419 care homes in London, 321 have been rated good or above.

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

    There are 230 care homes in London who offer specialist dementia care for more information on the specific homes, view our dementia care home list.

  • How much do care homes in London cost?

    On average residential care homes in London cost £744 per week, with nursing homes costing on average £902 per week. From the care homes in London who share their prices with us, we can see care home prices starting from £1,050 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 London?

    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 London

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

  • Residential care homes

    £744 per week
  • Nursing care homes

    £902 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.