Located in the centre of the bustling market town, Dorset House care home was built in 1928 and utilised initially as a Country House then converted to a Hotel. Dorset House still maintains a County House feel and provides the highest standard of care to our residents for that real luxury home from home feel.
We have always focused on maintaining a good community spirit families and friends are encouraged to visit at any time to share meals and join in with the activities at the home. Dorset House cares for residents with dementia and those with physical disabilities or sensory impairments as well as those needing residential and nursing care.
Sitting in the heart of the Droitwich community, Dorset House is often the hub of a variety of local fund raising and community activities, such as Macmillan Coffee Mornings and nature experiences with the children’s nursery next dorr.
Dorset House was recognised as one of the top 20 homes in the West Midlands in 2017 by carehome.co.uk and is rated “Good” by the CQC; providing the highest standard of care is of paramount performance. Our experienced teams of nurses and carers are there to meet our residents needs 24 hours a day.
Families and visitors are welcome anytime, so if you are looking for a luxurious, caring, high quality home for you or a loved one, get in touch with us today.
The gardens surround Dorset House and range from peaceful shaded seating areas through to beautiful, wildlife rich flower gardens. There are even working allotments on site, enabling our green fingered residents to get their hands dirty!
Each luxurious room can be personalised with photos, trinkets, electronic equipment, furniture or anything else that provides comfort and familiarity to our residents. The outstanding shared facilities include a cinema room, recreation space, dining areas, pampering, massage and salon sessions.
Dorset House’s dedicated chef creates custom menus daily designed to suit all dietary requirements and preferences. The high-quality menu uses locally sourced ingredients and never compromises on quality. With refreshments, snacks and hot drinks available around the set meal times, our residents are always satisfied.
The packed activities schedules include music, dance, tea parties, gardening, baking and much more. Its’ proximity to a local children’s nursery lends itself to many shared activities between the residents and children, including choirs, nature walks and storytelling sessions. Some of our residents (accompanied by a carer) even pop to the centre of Droitwich for tea and a bun! Nothing is more important than ensuring that there is always something to do and always someone to share a memory with.
Dear Sister Dora and all the staff. Please would you accept our thanks for all the care and attention you so warmly gave to my Mother in the last few months of her life whilst in your lovely Home and this is more.—
“Just a short note to thank you all for taking care of T---- with such kindness and compassion during his final weeks, and also for the welcome we always received when visiting.”—
“We can’t find enough words to thank you all for everything that you did for Dad. To say it is greatly appreciated is a massive understatement and we hope that you know that we appreciated every gesture.”—
"We wanted to say a huge thank you for everything you did to take care of Mum. She always looked lovely and seemed content in her world. We couldn't have asked for more. Please pass on our thanks to the team.”—
“I wish to thank you for the superb level of care you provided to K---- during her time at Lynhales (some 11 years). As a former nurse, I’m sure she would have appreciated it."—
"I would like to thank you all for your kindness and cheerfulness, and for looking after both my Mother and her visitors so well. It was really like a home from home."—
“We appreciate all your care and the way you treat our father with such dignity and kindness. Please thank all of your staff.”—