Kingswood Court Care Home offers individually tailored care in spacious, elegant and warmly welcoming surroundings. Set in breath-taking extensive grounds in Kingswood near Walton on the Hill in Surrey, Kingswood Court is a striking Georgian country mansion which provides nursing, dementia and residential care for up to 50 residents. The home blends its character and traditional past with a modern extension and refurbishment to deliver the highest standards of care. With skilled staff, appetising food, comfortable accommodation and a friendly, homely environment, Kingswood Court is a welcoming, happy and peaceful place to live.
Being a former country home, each of our rooms is different with its own charm and personality. We’re sure you’ll find something that suits your taste. From the upper windows, you get really magnificent views over the countryside. We encourage you to bring cherished possessions and personalise your room because we really want you to feel at home. Most of our well-appointed, comfortable rooms have en-suite facilities and there are several large rooms available, ideal for sharing. All rooms feature a nurse call system, television and telephone.
Our highly trained, motivated and committed staff work as a close-knit team with the shared goal of giving each of our residents the best possible quality of life. We pride ourselves on providing care that is appropriate and discreet, delivered with dignity, compassion and respect. When it comes to care, nothing less than the highest standards will do.
The Matron and staff at Kingswood Court look forward to welcoming you. Please get in touch today.
Kingswood Court was designed in 1913 by Sir Ernest Newton in the Georgian style. The house was first occupied by Mr Benson, a West End Jeweller, who lived there with his family until the 1920s. After the death of his wife he sold the property to a developer who intended it to be a school, but this plan fell through and it passed to an American who ran it as a hotel/spa. At the outbreak of WWII it was bought by Surrey County Council and became one of the first old people’s homes run by Social Services. In the 1990s the house was sold by the council, passing into private management.