Care Home in Wimborne

Our elegant and welcoming home is set in the beautiful, historic market town of Wimborne Minster. Its location on the banks of the rivers Stour and Allen, set amongst stunning Dorset countryside and historical links to pre-Roman times, makes it an interesting and picturesque town to explore. 

Our purpose-built home offers luxurious accommodation for up to 71 residents and delivers outstanding Residential, Dementia and Respite care. We strive to create a lifestyle for each of our residents, where they are able to enjoy activities and things-to-do that is entirely suited to them. Whether they want to enjoy afternoon tea in the peaceful, private gardens, sit back and enjoy the live entertainment from the comfort of their own home or explore the beautiful surroundings of Oakdene Care Home, there really is something for everyone to enjoy.

Our Care Home in Wimborne Minster, Dorset 

Our care home is based in the peaceful town of Wimborne Minster, situated on the South West of England, approximately 9 miles north of Bournemouth and 9 miles west of Bournemouth Airport. The local area of Wimborne Minster features a selection of shops, restaurants, cafes, pretty streets and courtyards, which are filled with the scent and colour of flowers in summer. The public transport options readily available ensure that residents are able to explore the local area easily and independently.  

From peaceful countryside walks to finding new local produce at the monthly farmers market in Wimbourne Square, the area surrounding Oakdene Care Home has plenty to offer. Our Activities Team works hard to create a widely varied activities programme that offers residents fun and stimulating experiences held both inside our beautiful home as well as in the local area.

Care Tailored To Suit You, Delivered By Care Professionals

When it comes to unrivalled levels of individualised care, our incredible team at Oakdene Care Home will be difficult to beat. We take pride in ensuring that our residents are well taken care of and that our residents always have the opportunity to live the life they want to. Two of the most important aspects of any care is ensuring the highest levels of dignity and privacy are being adhered to, and that’s something that we here at Oakdene Care Home take incredibly seriously. We also know that no two residents are ever the same, which is why we take so much care in putting together the perfect personalised care plan for each and every new member of the Oakdene family. 

We proudly offer Residential Care at our Dorset-based home. Here, residents can enjoy living in a community while receiving respectful and dignified care that is entirely tailored to their needs. We provide as much or as little support as needed to each of our residents while encouraging independence; our residents benefit from the advantages of communal living with like-minded people without the hassles of running a household. We are honoured to also be able to support residents with dementia. We understand that those living with dementia require elements of specialised care, and so our staff are highly trained and certified to handle all aspects of dementia; our team is continually learning new skills, and expanding knowledge to ensure they are providing the finest care possible to each and every one of our residents. We are also able to offer Respite Care; this service allows residents to rest and heal while also allowing caregivers and family members to unwind and shut off for a while. Our kind and knowledgeable staff are trained to recognise and respond to a wide range of health concerns, allowing them to provide personalised treatment 24-hours a day, seven days a week.

Life in Wimborne Minster, Dorset

Our hardworking team strives to provide a wide range of activities so that residents have everything they need to live a full and diverse life. We encourage all residents to continue doing what makes them happy, whether it’s reading a book in the private gardens and patio or inviting Creature Comforts to visit the home. Our Activity Coordinator plans weekly events such as arts and crafts, quizzes and visits from local magician Paul Spencer, to be both entertaining and accessible. We also organise a number of excursions to Dorset’s most popular sights and enjoy building bonds with the local community. Whether residents want to focus on exploring the local area of Wimborne or wish to enjoy a family day-trip further afield we think that no two days should be the same, and with the abundance of things to do, they never have to be.

 

Bournemouth

With seven glorious miles of idyllic coastline, visitors are sure to find a number of surprising things to do in the beautiful coastal town of Bournemouth, all year round. Bournemouth is a coastal resort town in the area of Dorset. It is situated on the English south coast, equidistant from Dorchester and Southampton. Famed for its beautiful golden beaches, vibrant local culture and holiday-feel, this wonderful part of the South has something to offer everyone. The beach itself is rated as TripAdvisors number one top attraction in Bournemouth and is nicely summarised as simply, ‘a delight’. Nestled on Bournemouth pier, there are an abundance of things to do, no matter the weather. Activities include museums, galleries, amusement arcades, a climbing centre and beach-to-shore zip-wire, mini-golf, play parks, beach huts, and an oceanarium. Its beautiful sandy beach provides the ideal scene for visitors to take to their surfboard, kayak, or paddleboard and get straight out onto the peaceful open water. For those wanting to explore a lot of Bournemouth in a short space of time, the hop-on, hop-off bus and boat tour from City Sightseeing is ideal. For those who have more time to explore Bournemouth, we recommend adding the Jurrasic Coast to the itinerary; with 185 million years of history this UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the prettiest areas of England. This is a hugely diverse landscape of geological importance as it is made up of rocks spanning some 185 million years of geological history, covering the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods.

Poole

From basking on the famous Sandbanks Beach to learning a new watersport or discovering miles of walks and cycleways, Poole is packed with a wide variety of ways for our residents and their loved ones to spend the day. Visiting Sandbanks beach is an unmissable activity when visiting Poole; with miles of beautiful golden sand, sparkling Blue Flag waters, fantastic events and some of the best hotels, restaurants & watersports in the UK, it’s easy to see why it’s rated 4.5 out of 5 on TripAdvisor. For year-round adventures, we recommend exploring a stunning natural harbour, the largest in Europe, and discovering its eight unique islands and striking peninsula, wildlife and watersports. Just outside Poole Harbour is Poole Marine Conservation Area. The four square kilometers of sea bed features 10 different types of habitat and is home to more than 360 different marine species. You can also discover the treasures of Poole’s historic quayside. Poole Quay has been a major tourist attraction, initially for the world-leading Poole Pottery and its factory / visitor centre. It is also home to Sunseeker International, the flagship and dealership for new and pre-owned boats and yachts. In addition, there are plenty of coffee shops, restaurants, and traditional pubs along the quayside, with seafood and traditional fish and chips aplenty. From here, you can take a harbour cruise, learn about the unique wildlife on Bird Boats and discover history and hidden gems on friendly guided tours. Ferries run to the National Trust Brownsea Island, Swanage and along the Wareham River.

Salisbury

Salisbury is a Cathedral city of ageless beauty and captivating history, and has been welcoming travellers since 1227. Every visit to Salisbury is an opportunity to discover fascinating history and the first stop for most visitors is the Salisbury Cathedral and Magna Carta. Rated Travellers Choice 2022, this inspiring tourist spot is one of the finest cathedrals in the UK and you can also discover how one of only four surviving original 1215 Magna Carta came to the Cathedral and view it in a special exhibition explaining its origins and continuing relevance to our lives today. Salisbury Market Place is the heart of the city and has been for hundreds of years. Surrounded by shops, pubs, restaurants, and cafes, it’s the ideal spot to sit back and soak up the historic surroundings. Mompesson House can also be found in Salisbury and is another wonderful way to immerse yourself in history. The house is a homely and welcoming eighteenth-century townhouse with magnificent plasterwork, a fine oak staircase, and period furniture as well as a beautiful, tranquil walled garden. Salisbury Racecourse is a top attraction in Wiltshire, and it’s easy to see why. Known as Salisbury’s hidden gem, this second oldest UK course not only hosts race days, it also offers fireworks nights, music tribute evenings, and family fun days. Nearby Salisbury, visitors will also find Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, National Parks, and World Heritage Sites.

How to Find Us 

Oakdene Care Home is located in Wimborne Minster, a market town in Dorset in South West England. Being centrally placed serves itself well to be easily accessible by road and air.

 

Travelling by car

  • For those using a Sat Nav, please enter the postcode BH21 6RB.
  • For those using Google Maps, click here.
  • Oakdene Care Home is situated north of Bournemouth and is easily accessible off A31 from the A338 and A348, which links to the M27, A350 and A354.

Travelling by Bus

  • The nearest bus station is ‘The Woodcutters’, which is 151ft away.
  • Buses from Poole run directly to Oakdene Care home and takes approximately 1 hour.
  • Buses from Bournemouth City Centre takes approximately 1 hour 15 minutes and requires one change.
  • Buses from Salibury City Centre regularly run to Wimborne Minster. This journey takes approximately 1 hour 30 minutes and requires one change.

Travelling by air

Have a question? Let us know. 

If you still have some unanswered questions surrounding what life at Oakdene Care Home is like, then please feel free to let us know. We’ll endeavour to get back to you as soon as we can. Send us an email at info@oakdenecare.co.uk, or give us a call on 01202 813722. We’d love to hear from you. We also recommend you fill out our Enquiry Form. A member of our friendly and qualified team will be more than happy to address your concern.