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Axbridge Court is a detached two storey former Edwardian cottage hospital (St. John’s Cottage Hospital) with more recent single storey extensions to provide additional and improved communal and kitchen facilities. It is situated in the popular and historic town of Axbridge (population circa 1,800) and lies off the base of the Mendip Hills in a very attractive location.

The well-known town of Cheddar with its famous Gorge lie two miles to the east and Bristol 17 miles to the northeast. The Home is registered with the Care Quality Commission and has 36 beds for residential and nursing care, although it can accommodate up to 8 residents requiring dementia nursing care.

The environment at Axbridge Court is informal and the care structured to individual needs. Meals are prepared on the premises by our catering staff who follow a menu of fresh homely cooking with special diets being catered for.

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Axbridge Court,
West Street, Axbridge, Somerset, BS26 2AA
Tel: 01934 733379
Fax: 01934 733069
Email: axbridge@almondsburycare.com
Registered Manager: Sandra Crossey, RGN

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Facilties, Services & Amenities

  • Qualified RGN staff on duty 24 hours a day
  • Warm homely atmosphere
  • Well furnished comfortable bedrooms and communal areas
  • Nurse-call in all rooms
  • Assisted baths
  • Wet rooms/Wheel in showers
  • Local GP’s available
  • Daily choices of meals all home cooked by our qualified chef
  • Laundry on premises
  • Visiting dentist chiropodist and optician
  • Internet access
  • Visiting hairdresser
  • Self -contained gardens and patio areas
  • No smoking policy
  • Visiting unrestricted
  • Mini-bus arranged for outings
  • Daily varied and themed activities with our in house activities co-ordinator and visiting musicians, entertainers

“From the bottom of our hearts, we want to say thank you to yourself and all the staff for the loving tender care given to Geoff. He was a darling and deserved the best, and he got it. God bless you all.”
Jean and Nigel

“I find it hard to put into words how much I appreciate the loving care you gave to John and the knowledge I always knew that he was in the right place for him.”
Hazel