1-2 Farnham Gardens, Raynes Park, London, SW20 0UE
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Specialist nursing homes in Raynes Park

Situated in Raynes Park in South West London, Carter House Care & Nursing Home offers the highest standards of nursing, residential and dementia care in a modern and homely setting. We understand that choosing a care home can be daunting for many, so here at Carter House, we are on hand to help you with the next chapter of life. Our dedicated and compassionate care staff work hard to create a family atmosphere, to ensure each of our residents feels truly at home with us.  Our individual care plans are designed to foster independence for our more able residents while those living with dementia receive the attention they need. For those with greater nursing needs, our specialist on-site nurses offer highly attentive medical attention to provide the best quality of life possible in a comfortable and calming environment. We are an open-home, so we welcome the community to be a part of our activities and well-being programme, as well as getting out to events in the local area. 

Our residents and staff have now received the Covid-19 vaccine and we are safely welcoming new residents here at Carter House. Our Covid-19 safety measures have been put in place to reassure you and your loved ones. For more information, or to arrange a viewing of our home, contact us below or simply call us on 02089 466566 to have a chat about anything you need.

Carter House Care and Nursing Home

Our Home

Located in a quiet residential area of South West London, Carter House Care & Nursing Home is a purpose-built nursing home, fully equipped to provide nursing, residential and dementia care in a dignified manner. Recently refurbished throughout, the tastefully decorated communal areas are bright and welcoming and residents enjoy the benefits of an on-site hair salon and well-maintained garden.

Lounge & Dining

Our newly refurbished ground floor lounge is fresh, bright and a pleasure to spend time in - whether it’s relaxing in style, enjoying sociable activities or entertaining visitors. Our dining areas are tastefully furnished, clean and inviting, ideal for making mealtimes a sociable occasion.

Hair & Beauty

A trip to the salon to the see the hairdresser is always a highlight and for residents at Carter House this is a weekly occasion. For many of our residents, a set and blow-dry is a weekly treat - it’s so good for well-being and helps keep life’s familiar routines. Our in-house salon also features a beauty bar to offer pampering for those special occasions.


We love getting out into our garden at Carter House and are lucky enough to have a secure and accessible space for our residents to make their own, which is not often said in London! Our residents enjoy taking part in the annual Country Court In Bloom competition, getting quite competitive with their hanging baskets, planters and vegetables.

Fine Dining Experience

At Carter House Nursing Home, all our food is created by our in-house chefs with the aim of putting tasty food on the table at every meal. Our menus are updated on a weekly basis, offering variety and nutrition, while our chefs are always happy to make dishes to order.

Each dish is individually plated by the Chef and presented to restaurant standards, and our hospitality team are on hand to look after residents at each meal. They’re also available throughout the day, providing drinks and snacks to keep everyone refreshed.

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1-2 Farnham Gardens, Raynes Park, London,
SW20 0UE

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