Applegarth Care Home

Applegarth care home is a small friendly nineteen bed care home situated between the boroughs of Maidenhead/Windsor and Slough. A fully trained and dedicated care team provide 24 hour care allowing the home to provide a high quality standard of care and a real sense of security to its residents & families.


Here at Applegarth - our focus is on caring for the individual - always treating them with dignity, and promoting independence. With this in mind, individual care plans are in place ensuring that all care provided is very much person centred. The size of our homes also means we can offer a real feel of home away from home.

We also understand the importance of keeping hold of pets - and so Applegarth care home is a pet friendly home; a member of the Cinnamon Trust with a five star rating. We also provide long term care, and respite care is available for those in need.

Stimulating, challenging and enjoyable activities programmes are available to cater to a wide spectrum of interests. A wide range of group and individual activities are provided with a monthly activity board on display in the main lounge. Entertainment & Trips out are also arranged to cater for all. The following are examples of indoors & outdoor activities provided:
- Music based activities such as sing-a-long, musical bingo, music quiz & musicals.
- Board games such as reminiscence, scrabble, jigsaws & dominoes.
- Cookery sessions.
- Exercise sessions.
- Gardening.
- Word searches, quizzes & puzzles
- Reminiscence groups designed for those with dementia but enjoyed by all.
- Garden centres, pub lunches, boat trips or trips out to the shops.

Care Home Reviews


Kayleigh O'Brien
Applegarth Care Home
24 Huntercombe Lane North
01628 663287
01628 663987



"I have lived at Applegarth care home for 14 years since i suffered a serious stroke & it is my home.
Over the years I have known some lovely people both residents & staff & this has made my living here so nice. We are always well looked after & we are fed well. I have no complaints about being here at Applegarth."
Mr Richard 'Harry' Trethewey (Resident)

"I am registered blind & came to Applegarth in October 2007. I choose Applegarth because it is a pet friendly home & i was allowed to bring my precious cat Amber. I would not be here today if I had not been allowed to keep my cat. Applegarth is a wonderful place & they look after you so well. They do so much for me which i can't do being blind."
Mrs Peggy Ridgers (Resident)

"I came here two & a half years ago after a fall at home. I now feel like this is my home & the knowledge that I can ask staff for help anytime of the day helps me feel safe."
Mrs Alice Brown (Resident)