Oulton Abbey Care Home

Oulton Abbey was founded on its current site in 1853 and the Grade II* Pugin Abbey Church was completed in 1854 to provide a home for the community of Benedictine nuns.

Hospitality is central to the Benedictine tradition and that tradition and duty of welcoming guests is at the heart of our mission to provide a friendly, welcoming and efficient service to all who come to Oulton Abbey Care Home.

CQC inspected and rated good

20 September 2019

CQC National Customer Service Centre
Newcastle upon Tyne

Registered Charity Number 230096

Our new 49-bed Care Home opened in Summer 2017 and provides both Residential and Nursing Care. Our home is bright, light and spacious and is arranged over two floors. We have gardens and quiet areas too for our residents to enjoy.

All our bedrooms are furnished to the highest standards, although residents are encouraged to bring in treasured items to personalise their rooms. All bedrooms are single, with ensuite shower facilities. We have specialist bathrooms fully equipped for residents who prefer bathing.

We also have a beautiful Chapel on the ground floor. Although we have a Catholic background all faiths and none are welcome at Oulton Abbey.

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Permanent or temporary residence

We offer permanent places for people requiring long term care. We also offer temporary stays for people such as those who are recuperating after a hospital admission, or while their family are on holiday.

People who live here ask their family members to join them for meals from time to time. We also have a family function room which can hold up to 20 people and we can cater for events.


Respite Care

We offer ensuite rooms for both residential and nursing placements for short stays when we have availability.

We have an open door policy and there are no fixed visiting times.


Medical support

We have the support of two GP surgeries based in Stone; Mansion House and Cumberland House.

We have two local hospitals The Royal Stoke University Hospital and The County Hospital, Stafford. Outpatients appointments are likely be at one of these.

We have the support of Physiotherapy, Dietician, Speech and Language, Specialist Nurse Services, and Mental health support when required and referred by the GP.

From our Blog

Remembrance Day
09 11.22

Remembrance Day

Fr. Thomas led a mass on Friday 11th, for residents, staff and family visitors, to observe Memorial…

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September Activities
04 10.22

September Activities

The Activity team on the MACMILLAN Coffee afternoon.     Some of the beautiful cakes we had…

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Looking Forward
01 03.21

Looking Forward

It has been a very difficult time for everyone and here at Oulton Abbey we are looking…

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