The Lodge at Oakhill

The Lodge at Oakhill provides a unique service in a luxurious setting for guests requiring post-operative rehabilitation. The hotel-like experience combines healthcare, therapy and hospitality, and allows us to focus equally on guests’ care and leisure: enhancing and accelerating their recovery.

We believe our unique rehabilitation service has an ideal setting at Oakhill. It is close to Bristol, in a secluded part of Westbury-on-Trym, a village to the north of the city. Guests can experience panoramic views of the city, and enjoy exploring the extensive landscaped gardens and well-established trees as part of their recovery.

Local amenities include shops, bus stops and GP services at the local Primary Care Centre. Local hospitals (Southmead and Bristol Royal Infirmary) are within four miles, while Temple Meads railway station and Bristol’s central bus station are within four to five miles. For car drivers, the M5 motorway is three miles away.

Types of Care

Due to open in November, The Lodge at Oakhill is a luxurious 14-bed facility for people who need to rest and recuperate following an operation and who require short term placements before they return to their homes. It offers a unique service which includes:

  • 14 en-suite bedrooms, half on the ground floor and half on the first floor, which can be accessed via the lift or stairs
  • A gym to help with physical rehabilitation
  • On-site physiotherapists and occupational therapists to provide intensive support
  • A purpose-built kitchen which allows guests to reacquaint themselves with basic skills such as making a cup of tea or coffee or a meal

Services included in basic fees

  • Accommodation, light, heat and water
  • Individual personal care and support, FNC is retained as nursing charges
  • All meals
  • Laundering of personal clothing and linen
  • Activities and entertainment

Services available at extra cost

  • Dry cleaning if required
  • Hairdressing
  • Chiropody
  • Opticians
  • Dentist
  • Personal clothing
  • Toiletries and other items of luxury or personal nature
  • Outings or day trips
  • Meals provided by the home for a friend or relative
  • Any therapies that are not referred by the NHS
  • Newspapers and magazines
  • Phone calls as per individual charges
  • Private healthcare appointments
  • Transport to private outings or appointments.

What people said about us.

“Quote”.
FAMILY MEMBER

“Quote”.
RELATIVE

“Quote”.
RESIDENT