Stinchcombe Manor is a small, family-run Residential home situated in the heart of the peaceful and picturesque village of Stinchcombe, close to the Cotswold town of Dursley. The home is a renovated Grade II listed manor house  built in 1836, by Reverend Sir G Prevost, a local Clergyman.  The home is set in 3.5 acres of peaceful and mature gardens, which add to the calm and relaxing nature which is prevalent throughout.

Stinchcombe Manor benefits from  individually personalised  bedrooms catering for up to 36 residents. We have a large lounge decorated  in a Victorian style, and 2 communal themed rooms for orientation and reminiscence  activities. The dining area has been  thoughtfully designed as a tea room of days gone by,  with the rest of the home providing varying interactive scenes of similar past times, all created to nurture and stimulate conversation and personal memories.

The proprietor, Linda Hughes is from a nursing background and has over 25 yrs’ experience in Social Care provision. She purchased the home in 2015 with a vision to create a unique and personalised setting, specialising in the highest quality of individualised dementia care. Stinchcombe provides a homely environment which is conducive in enabling individuals to feel safe and secure, whilst still maintaining their independence and providing a purpose to their daily life through occupation and social activity.


Group: Stroud Care Services Ltd

Person in charge: Linda Hughes (Director)

Local Authority / Social Services: Gloucestershire County Council (click for contact details)

Type of Service: Residential Care Home – Privately Owned, 36 residents

Registered Care Categories*: Dementia • Mental Health Condition • Old Age

Specialist Care Categories: Alzheimer’s

Single Rooms: 20

Shared Rooms: 8

Rooms with en suite WC: 21

Facilities & Services: Day Care • Respite Care • Physiotherapy • Separate EMI Unit • Own GP (if required) • Own Furniture (if required) • Pets by arrangement • Smoking not permitted • Near Public Transport • Minibus or other transport • Lift • Stairlift • Wheelchair access • Gardens for residents • Phone Point in own room/Mobile • Television point in own room

Latest CQC* Report on Stinchcombe Manor Care Home:

* Care Quality Commission (CQC) is responsible for the registration and inspection of social care services in England.