63 Queens Road, Cheltenham, GL50 2NF
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Queensbridge is a small welcoming home. The relaxed family atmosphere ensures that you can feel confident in the knowledge that your loved one is not moving into a large institutional, corporate setting but rather a friendly professional home with a …
Queensbridge is a small welcoming home. The relaxed family atmosphere ensures that you can feel confident in the knowledge that your loved one is not moving into a large institutional, corporate setting but rather a friendly professional home with a family ethos.
All care staff are experienced and qualified in specialist dementia care, they are also friendly, down to earth and provide genuine affection to each client in their care.
Queensbridge recognises everyone has individual needs and deserves a quality of life that is supported by the team.
We have been here for over 30 years.
Queensbridge runs a daycare centre and provides long and short stays.
Queensbridge is less than 100 yards from the Cheltenham Spa Railway Station. Our door is always open for visitors
Types of care provided
Accommodation, meals, and assistance with personal care and medication.
Specialist care designed to meet the challenges faced by people living with dementia.
Services and specialisms
- Caring for adults over 65 yrs
- Caring for adults under 65 yrs
- Physical disabilities
Care home features
- 27 beds
- 26 en-suite rooms
- Opened in 1987
I love working at Queensbridge. The role is challenging but immensely rewarding. I am passionate about providing high quality care and nourishing the community spirit in the home.
Care home manager
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4.1 (7 reviews)
Sharon Dunn6 months ago
Very happy care home
Joanne Dix3 years ago
I work there great dementia care home
Alan Dicks3 years ago
I visited this small care home, and it was a happy place.
Jackie Chelin5 years ago
My parents came down to Cheltenham to live at Queensbridge House over 3 years ago. I spent quite some time deciding on which home would suit them, and this one "felt right" every time I dropped in to…
My parents came down to Cheltenham to live at Queensbridge House over 3 years ago. I spent quite some time deciding on which home would suit them, and this one "felt right" every time I dropped in to find out more. Since they moved in, I have been consistently pleased with the care, love and attention my parents have received. Being a smallish home, the atmosphere feels like a family.
The carers, activities co-ordinators, cleaners, handy people, hairdressers, volunteers, manager, PA, etc, are all hugely kind and very supportive of the residents. Indeed, they understand dementia very well. I visit frequently, and at varying times of the day, and can see clearly that the staff have the best interests of the residents at heart.
I have been recommending this place to anyone who cares to listen and many others have responded that they, too, have had (or heard of) positive experiences of it.
jenny webster5 years ago
Mum moved into Queensbridge 15 months ago- I didn't want her to go into care, but in the end it wasn't about what I wanted- it was about what was best for her. I can't speak highly enough about the ho…
Mum moved into Queensbridge 15 months ago- I didn't want her to go into care, but in the end it wasn't about what I wanted- it was about what was best for her. I can't speak highly enough about the home, the staff are dedicated, caring and compassionate. The home is relatively small in terms of numbers of residents, so the high staff:resident ratio allows individual care and responsiveness to needs. The care is intelligent and well thought out. I am not saying there are never problems, but there is an attitude and desire for continuous improvement, that allows sensible discussion over any issues that arise, although in my experience they are rare. Mum is happy there and receives the love and attention she deserves, as well as the expertise in care she needs. I visit regularly and whatever ever time or day it is, I am always welcomed- even by some of the other residents. There is a program of activities to stimulate and entertain the residents, and thought is given to how those (like Mum) who are less able, can be included and enjoy the experience.
Reviews are difficult to write, as they are based on very personal experiences, but don't just read and believe my view- or anyone else's for that matter- go and see for yourself, you don't need to make an appointment, I didn't, and I'm sure you will be pleased with what you find.
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What type of care does Queensbridge House provide?Queensbridge House provides Residential and Dementia care.
Is Queensbridge House regulated?Yes, Queensbridge House is regulated by the Care Quality Commission.
Does Queensbridge House provide support for people with dementia?Yes, Queensbridge House provides care designed to meet the challenges faced by people living with dementia.
How many residents are there at Queensbridge House?Queensbridge House has a total of 27 beds.