Applewood

Basingstoke

  • 37 beds
  • Wi-Fi
  • Gardens
  • Pets allowed
  • Disabled access
  • Organised activities

Applewood offers the highest standards of residential and dementia care for the elderly in a homely and intimate environment, set in an idyllic village location near Basingstoke.

Originally Applewood was a working farm and shop before becoming part of Bramley army camp, where it was used as The Officers Mess. It has comfortably furnished lounges, a tranquil quiet room and a large, bright dining room conservatory.

The building is set in landscaped enclosed gardens, accessible for residents and guests to enjoy year round.

Applewood offers a mixture of single and double rooms, set on two floors, many with views over the gardens. A passenger lift ensures wheelchair access throughout the home.

We have the latest technology, enabling our residents and visitors to be up to date and connected during their stay here. A fully accessible minibus allows our residents to get out and about on a regular basis.

May 2016: Applewood rated as ‘Outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC)

We are delighted that Applewood has been rated ‘Outstanding’ overall by England’s health and adult social care regulatory body, the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Read the full report here

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Applewood Care Home,
Coopers Lane,
Bramley,
Nr Basingstoke,
Hampshire,
RG26 5BZ

01256 881756
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