Splash Lane, Castor, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire PE5 7AX
Care type:

Luxury residential & dementia care in Peterborough

Opening Summer 2021

Our homes are designed to be exactly that – a home. For our residents who are mobile, they’re a place to live as they would normally, with the added pleasure of having company (and no chores). Our new care home in Castor near Peterborough will provide a warm welcome as soon as you set foot through the door.

Castor Lodge will specialise in residential care, dementia care and short-term respite care for up to sixty-eight people in a beautiful countryside setting. Designed for residents living with dementia, the care home will be fully equipped to cater for a variety of care needs.

The luxurious facilities at Castor Lodge will include a pub, hairdressing salon, corner shop and bistro café all designed to facilitate a range of daily meaningful activities. Communal areas will be bright, spacious and inviting with beautifully landscaped gardens to encourage people into the outdoor spaces.


Our sixty-eight bedrooms at our care home in Castor Lodge will be bright, light and comfortable. People will be able to personalise their rooms with belongings that are meaningful to them. All rooms come with private en-suite, walk-in shower rooms.

Dining Room

Our dining rooms are clean, bright and inviting, residents are encouraged to take their meals in the shared dining areas in the company of their friends. Tables are set ready for each meal, just as you would expect in a restaurant and front of house staff are on hand to serve and assist with meals as required.


Our lounge areas are tastefully decorated with attention to detail in the design and layout that makes you feel instantly at home. Residents can settle in their favourite chair or join their friends on the sofa for a chat over a cup of tea. Families and visitors are welcome to join residents in the lounge, residents can take part in group activities or just enjoy quietly reading or watching TV.

Hair & Beauty

Residents will love a trip to the salon to see the hairdresser or barber, maintaining one of life's routines is so good for well-being. For many residents, a set and blow-dry is part of their weekly calendar, our beauty bar will feature a nail painting area and make-up for special occasions.


Our in-home pubs are one of our most popular facilities. Whether it's a half-pint of bitter, orange juice or a glass of wine, an hour in the pub is a real social occasion. Our pub will be a place for our residents to enjoy life, to be able to relax and share good times with friends, as they always have done.


Movie night will be a weekly highlight at our new care home. Whether it's a classic or recent feature film, our residents will choose the films and settle down with popcorn and drinks to enjoy their favourite movie. Our quiet lounge has been designed fro the comfort of all residents to ensure those with sight and hearing difficulties can enjoy the experience too.

Fine Dining Experience

We know that quality nutritious food can make a real difference to our residents’ health and well being. Country Court Care Chefs work closely with the care team to understand the needs and preferences of each resident.

We like to involve our residents in developing the weekly menus and regularly use vegetables and herbs grown in our garden. Fresh cakes are available daily in our coffee shop for residents to enjoy. We ensure that we ask for feedback by speaking to residents regularly about their meals.

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Splash Lane, Castor, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire,

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