Care beyond compare

At Loveday, care is at our core.

In what we do and how we do it.

Our commitment to care is uncompromising and never-ending. We’re passionately devoted to providing bespoke nursing support and unparalleled hospitality, 24 hours a day. And we do it with the highest ratio of carers to Members in the country. We simply couldn’t care more.

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In our pursuit of excellence, we never cut corners. But continually strive to exceed expectations to make our Members’ lives as enriching and uplifting as possible.

Our heritage is in luxury hospitality, so our service ethic is second to none. Providing the very best experience for your loved ones. And their families.

We relieve you of the responsibility of managing the care of a relative at home, so you can get your lives back and feel reassured. We provide a quality of life akin to that appreciated by Members in their younger years.

Your home from home

Loveday is a home from home and can deal with any care needs that arise. Our best-in-class care is modelled on Loveday Chelsea Court Place, our first residence, which is rated ‘Outstanding’ by CQC.

Everything we do is focused on delivering highly tailored and personalised care because, as a Member, it’s all about you.

Whatever type of care you need, we can help. In addition to residential care, we offer care at home, respite, speciality dementia care and the Day Club (our exclusive private day club for Members).

Life at Loveday

Daphne's dill

Daphne's dill

A little story

At around about 7pm, Daphne likes to enjoy an evening drink with some of the other Members in her Loveday residence. Daphne’s tipple is G&T and she likes it served a certain way — with a frond of fresh dill. Daphne first got a taste for it on holiday in Bora Bora. Her daughter told us and we took care of it.

It’s just a little thing, but it’s special to Daphne.

Loveday. Care beyond compare.

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Each gorgeously elegant Loveday residence guarantees an inimitable blend of the highest levels of comfort combined

Our Residences

Once through the archway, Loveday Kensington is accessed via a meandering path that winds its way down through a thoughtfully-landscaped courtyard garden, featuring generous beds of sensory plants, full of fragrance, texture and beauty, graceful sculpture and the soothing trickle of a water feature, with plenty of comfortable seating to tempt Members to relax outside in the fresh air and sunshine

Loveday Life

Rachel de Thame visits Loveday’s Sensory Garden

Rachel de Thame visits Loveday’s Sensory Garden

Gardeners’ World presenter Rachel de Thame explored the beautiful sensory garden at loveday Abbey Road, giving it her official…

Rachel de Thame shares her favourite, dementia-friendly plants

Rachel de Thame shares her favourite, dementia-friendly plants

. Rachel believes gardens and gardening are hugely important for everyone, especially those living with dementia, enabling…

Making Movie Star Moments

Making Movie Star Moments

April marked the start of our Movie Star Month at Loveday and we delighted in making this month a meaningful month for all,…

How Loveday shaped the literature on designing for dementia

How Loveday shaped the literature on designing for dementia

Paul Blenkinsop, Group Property Director at Loveday & Co gives an insight into the design and development behind our Loveday…

Coronation Cocktails at Loveday

Coronation Cocktails at Loveday

Loveday will be celebrating the King’s Coronation in true regal fashion this weekend at residences in Kensington and Abbey…

Awards & Accolades

"We felt extremely fortunate to find Chelsea Court Place, which is warm, welcoming and beautifully designed. Its professional connections with cutting-edge Alzheimer's and dementia care are impressive and interweave seamlessly with the caring attitudes of all members of staff."

Every detail of the top-floor property, which includes a sunroom, library/cinema, 48-cover restaurant, hydrotherapy treatment room, private dining area and a salon with an automated baby grand piano, is designed to help residents to retain as much autonomy as they can.

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