Choosing the Hollies

We understand that choosing a care home is a major decision. That is why we strive to provide
exceptional service and a trusted level of care for physical, mental and emotional needs – to give you
and your loved ones complete confidence and peace of mind.

Types of care…

At the Hollies, we respect each person as an individual and aim to create
an environment that is both caring and supportive, whilst encouraging independence and respecting our residents’ dignity. We practise a holistic approach within an inclusive, empowering and anti-discriminatory environment.

We offer • Residential Care • Nursing Care • Respite Care
• Dementia Care • Independent Care • Assisted Care

Fees & funding…

Fees include accommodation, tailored care plans, meals, occupational therapy, most activities and entertainment costs, laundry as well as overhead costs (heating, lighting, maintenance). All fees are calculated daily and are payable monthly in advance. Fee levels vary according to room grade – full details are accessible via our current fees policy schedule, which is reviewed annually. Residents may be eligible for government funding towards the cost of care fees, dependent on financial circumstances. If you have any questions, we would be happy to talk through our fees with you.

Extra Resources…

Choosing the right Dementia Care Home

Choosing the right dementia care home for your loved one requires thorough research. Through this article, we hope to introduce areas for genuine consideration.    What is Person-centred Dementia Care? In 1992 Professor Kitwood founded the Bradford Dementia Group; its philosophy was based on a "person-centred" approach, quite simply to "treat others in a way [...]

Introducing the New Holly Oak Dementia Care Home

Leading the way, Holly Oak affords important details that will enhance residents’ everyday enjoyment. Imagine a charming community with a tearoom, private bar, beauty salon, small dining rooms and beautiful furnishings that remind you of home!

6 Benefits of a Care Community for Overall Health

A care home community can be more than a nursing care home or dementia care home. Some care home communities provide assisted living care, private suite care and a range of different amenities and facilities on site.


We are members of many professional care bodies, both locally and nationally – including the Gloucestershire Care Providers Association and the Registered Nursing Home Association.


Thank you to everyone at the Hollies for your unwavering care of Dad. To all the managers, admin staff, nurses, care workers, cleaners and catering staff. You are all wonderful.