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Welcome to George Hythe House
Residential and Dementia Care Home, Leicester

Here at George Hythe House, we care as much as you do about supporting our residents.

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Exterior of George Hythe House residential care home, Leicester

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We know that deciding to move into a care home is never easy, whether you’re making the decision for yourself or someone you love. So we’re here to give you all the help, advice and reassurance you need, every step of the way.

Our purpose-built, residential care home offers support for people with a range of needs, including:

  • dementia
  • mobility issues
  • physical disabilities
  • mental health conditions
  • learning disabilities
  • lack of confidence in living independently

Situated in North West Leicester, close to both the A46 and A6 road links, our not-for-profit home cares for up to 43 residents at any one time.

How can we help you today?

Are you looking for respite or long term care?
We have rooms available.
Call us on 0116 235 0944 to arrange a viewing.

Are you looking for dementia day care?
We have spaces available.
Call us on 0116 236 8115 to discuss your free taster sessions.

Kindness, care and support

A care worker and resident of George Hythe HouseCaring for someone is a very personal thing and not everyone needs or wants the same approach. That’s why our team work closely with each person and their family to put together individual support assessments and care plans. Based around an individual's preferences, our plans are designed to enable our residents to live happily and comfortably by providing the specific support they need.

George Hythe House has a vibrant and friendly care team who work hard to create a warm and welcoming home for everyone. We offer a wide range of activities and work to create a community where everyone knows each other and friendships are developed.

Our new facility, the Reminiscence Village has been designed to provide a quiet, reflective space, offering a break from what can often be a confusing, modern world. The 1940 / 50's high street is a place easily recognised by those living with dementia, where they can take a stroll down memory lane.

Our support extends to families and friends too. You are welcome to join us any time to get involved in activities or just spend quality time with people you love.

"We just wanted to say a massive thank you for all the love and care you give to Mum. It is a credit to you all to see how quickly she has settled in to the home and we especially appreciate the extra attention during her recent illness. It’s such a blessing to know she is safe and happy and that she has lots of fun too".