Cornwallis Court, Suffolk
- Residential Care
- Nursing Care
- Dementia Support House
Surrounded by landscaped gardens, Cornwallis Court is situated close to the historic market town of Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk. We provide residential care, nursing and dementia support for up to 74 residents.
We want you to feel right at home with us. Here at Cornwallis Court, you will have a spacious, fully furnished bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, and a specialist team to support your care needs.
Your bedroom will be complete with fitted furniture and many rooms have views of the surrounding area. You can furnish your room with personal items such as pictures, books and ornaments to make it your own.
The Home has extensive grounds including sheltered courtyards, sunny terraces, a scented garden and fish pond. Residents love our sensory garden, which is designed to stimulate all five sense.
A hair and beauty salon is available on-site for those who fancy being pampered.
Read how you can apply at our Home
Moving into a care home doesn't mean you have to give up your independence. We're here to help you live the life you want, whilst knowing that support is on-hand if you need it.
Fresh homemade food
We have a fully serviced kitchen with on-site chefs and a catering team. Our varied menu changes regularly to give you a range of meal options and a balanced diet.
Special menus can also be produced for social occasions such as birthdays and anniversaries, including the odd BBQ and take-aways.
Wine is available during meals and tea, coffee, juices and other soft drinks are always available throughout the day.
Activities for all
We believe that keeping active both mentally and physically allows our residents to experience wellbeing and meaningfulness.
We provide regular activities at Cornwallis Court. Arts and crafts classes, games and reminiscence activities, cooking and baking sessions are some of the items you will find on the activities programme. We also encourage you to suggest other activities you would like to take part in.
We will support you with your own personal interests and hobbies, whether that is reading, bird watching, gardening or trying something completely new.
You can also take part in trips outside of the Home, as well as social events, entertainment evenings, film shows and talks.
Regular church services are held at the Home or you can attend a church of your own choice in the local community.
Many activities are supported by the Home's Association of Friends.
We are committed to giving our residents and their relatives a voice and encourage families to provide feedback on the quality of our services.
We actively promote residents and relatives forums and regularly carry out satisfaction surveys that are benchmarked to the industry to ensure that we continue to improve and develop our services to meet people’s needs and expectations. This includes taking part in Your Care Rating, the country’s largest and most authoritative survey of care home residents and we are delighted to be part of this initiative.
The nationwide survey gives residents a voice, putting their care at the heart of understanding more about how well care homes perform. The survey also provides helpful insights into the experiences of people using our service and we have used this information to help us continually improve as an organisation.
Alongside the Your Care Rating survey of residents, we also conduct our own annual survey through an independent research company Ipsos MORI for all relatives of residents.
Recent results from our annual national survey show that 100% of residents at Cornwallis Court are happy with the care and support they receive.
View the latest Your Care Rating Survey results for Cornwallis Court here
Cornwallis Court is Regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC)
The CQC’s report for Cornwallis Court showed positive ratings in the majority of its assessment areas. It also outlined an area for improvement relating to protecting residents from unsafe premises. The issue involved a door at the care home that led to a residents’ dining room with balcony access which the CQC felt posed a potential hazard.
Following the inspection, the dining room has been converted into an open lounge for residents to enjoy. The door has been replaced with a window and balcony access removed. We feel that the CQC's requirements have now been fully met and await a further inspection to confirm our compliance.Read the report