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Long Lea
Pleasantly located in Nuneaton, Long Lea Residential Home boasts accommodation for 35 residents, operating at scale to deliver the very best in care. With a motivated and caring staff team you can be rest assured that your loved ones are receiving the care that they deserve. The Nuneaton Care Home which has been established since the early 1980’s was acquired by Midlands Care in July 2017 following retirement of its previous owners.

Long Lea Residential Home, is situated approximately one mile to the east to the centre of Nuneaton on The Long Shoot which forms part of the important A47 serving the town. The A47 intersects with the A5 a short distance to the east. The dominant use along The Long Shoot is residential, with properties provided in a variety of formats to include semi detached, detached and bungalow dwellings. There is also recent/modern residential development to the northern side of The Long Shoot.

Long Lea Residential Home is situated to the southern side of The Long Shoot occupying a relatively discreet location to the rear of residential property fronting the main road. The property is accessed via a private driveway which connects with The Long Shoot. Nearby is a bus stop. To the rear of the site is open farmland.

Long Lea Residential Home accommodates thirty-five elderly service users living in one of the single en-suite rooms. The majority of the premises is on the ground floor with the second floor accessed via a passenger lift. Thirty-four of the thirty-five bedrooms benefit from en-suite facilities. There is an exceptionally large lounge linked to the dining room with a large window looking over front garden of the home. There is a quiet lounge on the first floor where residents may wish to sit to read books or enjoy so quiet time. There is a large, pleasant, well-maintained and dementia friendly court-yard garden with a large patio area that is furnished with tables and chairs. There is also a second court yard where residents can access via their bedrooms and communal space. Both court yard garden areas can be accessed through the lounge and communal areas on foot and by wheelchair.

There are a total of five communal toilets and bathrooms, all of which are fully hoisted. All the bedrooms benefit from a TV point with access to WIFI. The home also has a dedicated treatment/hair dresser room for pamper sessions.

Person in charge: Michelle Quinn / Laura Glencross
Address: Long Lea, 113 The Long Shoot, Nuneaton, CV11 6JG
Tel: 02476 370 553
Fax: 0845 490 4912

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  • The Leys
    All too often we hear negative reports about care for the elderly. I would like to say something positive about the care home that my mother in law lived in. Sadly, she passed away in April 2014, but she lived at The Leys, Booth Rise, Northampton, for the last six and a half years of her life. They showed her nothing but compassion, affection and respect. The staff were dedicated, friendly and always treated everyone with respect. People who choose to be carers are really special people. I sincerely thank all the staff at The Leys for the excellent care they gave to my mother in law.

    – Eileen (Daughter-in-law of Service User)

  • West View

    The home is very clean and never smells. The staff are very kind to residents and to myself. The food is very good an lots of encouragement to eat is given by the staff. Health and safety always being attended to. Activities for people with dementia I have only put good because they cant always participate due to the demand so only good. I feel I can always ask staff for support. Mum was in other home this is much better and Abbey the manager is excellent

    – Susan B (Daughter of Service User)

  • West View

    I would like to thank the home for providing Bert with a home he was very happy in. Also for giving Bert your time to visit him in hospital; Bert really appreciated this. Thank you for your kindness you showed me towards the last few weeks of Berts life. It was a great comfort. Thanks again!

    – Pat B (Friend of Service User)