High quality care in a rural village location


Spring Lodge, a former parsonage, is situated in the peaceful village of Woolverstone, near Ipswich.

If you are looking for care homes in Suffolk, the beautiful location of the Shotley Peninsula is the ideal setting for residential, respite and dementia care.

Families love the home’s setting, just a short walk from the River Orwell and the Royal Harwich Yacht Club, but conveniently close to Ipswich and wider areas of Suffolk.

Residents enjoy a homely environment with décor and furnishing that delivers modern comfort while respecting the Victorian history.

We are proud to be a trusted home in the local community with a reputation for excellent, person centred dementia care. Families have the added assurance of a CQC report that is good overall and good in every category.

Our luxury chauffeur service is available to residents and their families, making living in the countryside even easier.

 

 

Main Road, Woolverstone, Ipswich, IP9 1AX


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Registed & regulated by care quality commission in England, UK

Positive CQC report for Spring Lodge Residential Care Home

During the Coronavirus pandemic, the Care Quality Commission has suspended its normal inspections, replacing them with inquiries into how care homes have handled the crisis.

You will see from the attached CQC report that Spring Lodge Residential Care Home has reassuringly taken all necessary steps to manage this difficult situation.

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