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Our stunning new home is one of the Top 20 care homes in the Midlands 

Highmarket House only opened its doors in September 2017, but we’re delighted to have already won an award – making it to the carehome.co.uk Top 20 Care Homes in the Midlands England 2018. The carehome.co.uk awards highlight the most recommended care homes and are based on over 55,000 reviews and recommendations from residents and their friends and family. Within a few months of opening, our Banbury care home had already achieved a rating of 9.9, securing our top spot over some 3,000 other homes.

A home from home

Highmarket House is in the centre of Banbury and provides the latest in luxurious facilities, combined with the best in round-the-clock care services. Our experienced teams offer residential care, short-term respite care, specialist care for people living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, plus palliative and end of life care.

When you set foot inside our award-winning home, you’ll discover a care home with a difference. Highmarket House is more like a five-star hotel with care. The bedrooms are beautifully decorated, there’s an array of facilities, including a comfy cinema room, relaxing bar area, a hair salon and a bright and welcoming coffee shop – with coffee and cake always waiting! 

We believe that moving into a care home is just another part of life, so we support residents to continue to enjoy a wonderful lifestyle, full of fun times, fine food and friends. The difference is that expert care is on hand 24-hours a day, seven days a week.

Care as unique as your loved one

Care is only effective when it’s tailored to the individual. That’s why our team at Highmarket House care home get to know your loved one extremely well. We then design unique care and lifestyle plans – and our chef will even plan menus – that suit your loved one’s needs, interests and preferences.  

We’re passionate about supporting your loved one to enjoy meaningful activities and experiences every day – what we call ‘meaningful lifestyles’. Some residents find meaning and purpose from helping around the home, folding laundry, laying the tables for lunch, or doing some gardening. Our lifestyle coordinators also plan fun group and one-to-one activities tailored to residents’ hobbies and interests. We also get out and about whenever we can, to the shops, a local pub for lunch, or a stately home Blenheim Palace. Find out more about what we like to do on the daily life page and on Facebook.

Our services 
Residential care
Dementia care
End of life care
Respite care
Palliative care

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Highmarket House invites local people to a right royal knees up

Highmarket House invites local people to a right royal knees up

May 16 2018

Highmarket House is opening its doors to the local community for a special celebration to mark the upcoming royal wedding.

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Join Highmarket House for a royal celebration this Care Home Open Day

Join Highmarket House for a royal celebration this Care Home Open Day

April 16 2018

Highmarket House is inviting local people to visit the home to join in its celebrations for Care Home Open Day.

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Planning for your loved one’s future care? Highmarket House offers free advice

Planning for your loved one’s future care? Highmarket House offers free advice

April 5 2018

Highmarket house is inviting the local community to a free event offering support for people considering care for their loved one.

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