Luxury Care Home in Chorleywood

Signature at Chorleywood Care Home

Signature at Chorleywood sits on the edge of the Chilterns, providing easy access to the M25 and the Metropolitan line into London.

Providing residential care for older people, we pride ourselves on being one of the leading care homes in Chorleywood. Our good reputation speaks for itself, with both our residents and their families enjoying the luxury care and high-quality facilities and nursing care that we provide.

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We offer 72 single rooms with en suite facilities and 14 shared rooms that are perfect for couples seeking nursing care together. All our accommodation options are pet-friendly and maintained to the highest of standards.

Whether you are looking for short or long-term care for yourself or your loved one, here at Signature at Chorleywood, we are committed to offering high-quality care across the board.

Our team of highly skilled nurses and carers are available around the clock to help our residents with whatever they need.

Contact us here for more information on how we can help you or your relative get the care and support they need.

“I have to say that I have not seen dad so settled or happy for ages. We are most satisfied with the care, food, accommodation and the general ambience of the Chorleywood residence. The staff are always cheerful, supportive and responsive to all our, and his, needs.
Any questions we have had about him or his care have been dealt with promptly and professionally.” (Son of Resident, comment from

Signature at Chorleywood Nursing Facilities

As a leading care home in Chorleywood, our on-site facilities and amenities are first class. Boasting spacious lounges, elegant dining rooms, and stunning outside space, our care home is built for living.

For those that love to pamper themselves, our luxury hair and beauty salon is open to all residents. Or, if your loved one prefers a faster pace of life, there are a wide range of activities taking place throughout the day, including sports, arts and crafts, and even days out in the local community.

We encourage all our residents to live life to the full, and this is reflected in the good atmosphere the moment you walk through our doors.

At our care home in Chorleywood, we take dining and nutrition seriously and only employ the best chefs to cook for our residents. Signature at Chorleywood caters to all dietary requirements, serving up three nutritionally balanced meals a day, and with a café providing hot drinks and snacks throughout the day.

All our Signature care homes have been equipped with safe visiting facilities so that family and friends can visit their loved ones with complete peace of mind every time.

“My mother moved her after my father died in 2012. The rooms are lovely and residents can have their own furniture/belongings which makes it feel like home. The staff have all been wonderful, polite and helpful. The residents always seem to be treated with dignity and are encouraged to remain active as long as possible. I have been able to have lunch with her on many occasions and the food is always delicious and well presented. The activities team are very active and organise events inside and have a minibus for outings. The gardens are a pleasure to walk in, well-tended and the residents are taken outside when the weather is suitable. The carers make an effort to get to know the residents’ likes and dislikes which is very much appreciated by residents and family” (Daughter of Resident, comment from

Dementia Care in Chorleywood

We also have a dementia care community at our care home in. Specifically created to soothe and protect our more vulnerable residents, this safe space is run by our team of trained dementia care nurses and provides specialist care for people living with dementia.

We understand that it can be difficult to be away from your loved ones, particularly if they have dementia, which is why we build close relationships with our families and keep them informed every step of the way.

“My mother suffered a severe stroke that left her debilitated. Before her stroke, she was caring for my step-father who had advanced Parkinson’s disease. He also struggled with walking and was becoming increasingly confused, a condition that was later diagnosed as Parkinson’s related dementia. Both therefore required full-time care but still wanted to be together. We looked at a lot of homes before choosing this one and we are so happy with this decision. They have been able to live in their own apartment there and when you shut the door, they could be in their own home. We are just grateful to the staff who are patient, kind, attentive to their needs and willing to answer and help with all their queries – and ours.” (Daughter of Resident, comment from

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