We know just how important it is that we keep loved ones and families as close as possible. Connected together to smile, and to share and create more beautiful memories.

In line with restrictions lifting and the newest government guidance (17.5.21), we’re so pleased to welcome up to 5 designated family members, to safely, visit a loved one, inside our care homes* You can also nominate one of your 5 family members to be an essential caregiver. Even more exciting news is that loved ones can join you for a low-risk visit outside of our care home.

Younger members, under 16 can now visit loved ones in our gorgeous gardens too! And, with beautiful, partitioned indoor visiting room across over half our care homes, we’ll always keep families connected, in this brave new world.

Learn more about how you can stay connected to your loved ones.

*Contact your local care home for a full visiting update.

Safe Visiting

We’re continuing to invest in our homes to provide sustainable, long term and safe visiting solutions throughout. It’s Keeping safe. Our promise to ensure families and loved ones can always meet safely in person, as this brave new world we live in continues to evolve.

In our Worcestershire, Wiltshire and Somerset luxury care homes, Cavendish Park, Fernhill House,  Blenheim House and Oaktree Court, our new indoor visiting rooms are beautifully decorated. Accessed directly from our car park, a private and safe space to continue to share love, happiness and create new memories together.

We’re working on ways we can provide this safe visiting across all of our homes. We’ll be sharing updates very soon.

Book your guided virtual tour today to meet our wonderful teams and experience that wonderful Majesticare warmth and sparkle.

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Dementia & end of life

Visiting residents with a dementia

Our highly trained memory care teams are dedicated to supporting families who have loved ones living with a dementia. It’s Our promise to keep you connected, to keep you together and to always keep everyone as safe as possible.

We know that not all our memory care residents will understand the need to maintain physical distance which is why we’ve developed visiting that’s unique to your loved one.

Visiting during end of life care

We know how much families will want to see loved ones and to spend time together at this sad time and where possible, it’s Our promise that we will make an exception to our overall visiting policy. Visits will be sensitively coordinated by our skilled and compassionate teams to protect the safety and wellbeing of everyone.

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How to book your visit

At every Majesticare luxury care home, we’ve developed a new, dedicated Visit Coordinator role so you know who to call to book a visit with your loved ones.
Whether it’s a video call, a visit in our beautiful gardens or within some of our homes – our all-weather, indoor visiting room, your Visit Coordinator will ensure guidelines and our Majesticare visiting policy is followed.

It’s Keeping safe. Our promise to keep loved ones and families connected together and to make sure we do so to keep everyone is as safe as possible.

Visits can be booked by calling your home, emailing or completing the enquiry form. Follow the link below to find your care home and then click on contact us.

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