Our residential, dementia and respite care for residents is of the highest quality, and our care is focused on enhancing each resident’s well-being.

At our care home in Nottingham, we offer a fun and welcoming environment, where you will find that settling in happens quicker than you might expect.

At Alder House Care Home, companionship is key – the friendly atmosphere engulfs our residents and really has a family feel.

All bedrooms are en-suite with walk-in showers and 3/4 size beds as standard. We also have a handful of companion suites which comprise of their own small kitchenette and living room, ideal for couples who prefer that extra bit of independence. The interior of Alder House is bright, fresh and well furnished, with comfortable sociable spaces throughout.

We understand how difficult it can be to choose the right care home, but with experts in the team you can be rest assured that of all the care homes in Nottingham, Alder House is one of the finest. We pay special attention to our dementia care, with experts and extra support on hand for those with specific needs.

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  • SafeGood
  • Well-ledGood
  • CaringGood
  • ResponsiveGood
  • EffectiveGood
Last CQC report update May 01, 2019 • Listing updated January 5, 2022

Registered Manager: Gemma Wallbanks


Number of beds: 60

Location Type: ,

Specialisms/services: , , , ,

Ensuite Bedrooms?:YES
Rooms have: TV point
Internet Access
Residents may bring: Own decoration
Lifts *: Full lift
Wheelchair access *: To all floors
Outdoors *: Secure garden
Weekly cost: Accept local authority rates
Meals: Meals can be taken in own room
There is a choice of menu
Residents assist in planning meals
Meals are prepared in the home
Snacks are available at any time
Vegetarians are catered for
Special diets are accommodated for
Available activities: Entertainment in the home
Regular activities programme
Location type *:Rural
Near Public Transport:YES
Registration & Specialisms
Care for people who need: Minimal help
Moderate help
A high level of help
Can usually accept people with: Visual impairment
Urinary incontinence
Faecal incontinence
Moderate memory problems
Severe memory problems
Disruptive behaviour
Behaviours that challenge