Thirlestaine Park


Humphris Place, Off Sandford Rd, Cheltenham,
Gloucestershire GL53 7GA
(Sat Navs GL53 7AW)
New resident enquiries 01242 505 644
All other enquiries 01242 505 560

Located in the desirable Montpellier district of the historic spa town of Cheltenham, Thirlestaine Park Care Home enjoys a perfect location, overlooking the majestic landscaped grounds of the Grade II listed Thirlestaine Hall, adjoining sports fields and parkland, and with far reaching views of the Cotswolds. With the convenience of a central town location, and immediately adjacent to the Cedar Court retirement development by Beechcroft, Thirlestaine Park Care Home offers a peaceful and tranquil setting for its residents. Thirlestaine Park is also a short distance away from Winchcombe and Broadway.

Opened in 2014, Thirlestaine Park provides 24 hour residential, nursing, dementia and respite care for the elderly in an elegant and spacious home incorporating numerous thoughtful and practical features which ensure Thirlestaine Park is able to meet the changing needs of its residents.

Our expertly trained and professional staff are dedicated to the care, comfort and dignity of all our residents, with special emphasis given to promoting independence, privacy, respect and wellbeing.

All residents benefit from living in a caring environment with generously appointed private bedrooms with en suite wetrooms, and plentiful communal living areas including sitting rooms, restaurants, a hairdressing salon, leisure and wellness room and private dining room for special family occasions.

In keeping with our unique and award winning leisure and wellness philosophy, our residents also benefit from our private and secure landscaped gardens for peaceful relaxation, gardening and if the weather permits, gentle exercising.

All of us at Thirlestaine Park are confident we are one of the leading care homes in Gloucestershire. We would be delighted to show you our home, and should you decide to visit us, you will see the difference Thirlestaine Park makes to the lives of our residents and families.

To arrange a visit, please call our home manager, Kim Mulford, client services manager, Sarah Jeffcutt, or if you prefer, simply send us a message.

If you are planning to visit the home, and using a ‘Sat. Nav.’ for directions, the most accurate postcode for guidance is GL53 7AW.

Activities - Join us!

Below are a selection of upcoming activities at Thirlestaine Park. For the full listing, please click here.

Tai Chi with Nikki

Wed 15th & Sat 25th January - 2:30pm & 11:00am

Nikki’s Tai Chi sessions have been a great hit with our residents due to the peaceful and gentle nature of the exercises. Suitable for all ages and abilities, Bonsai Chi is a fusion of gentle and flowing exercise to refresh the mind and body. It provides many health benefits such as fitness, improved hand-eye coordination, balance and flexibility to name a few! Nikki will be joining us on 25th January which is Chinese New Year, since Tai Chi is a Chinese martial art!

Baptist Church Service

Thursday 23rd January (4TH Thursday of the Month) - 11:00am

We look forward to welcoming back our friends from Cheltenham Providence Baptist Chapel on the fourth Thursday of the month. Our residents have a joyful time worshipping with the Baptist church, singing hymns and listening to the preacher for inspiration and hope. Family and friends are most welcome to attend – refreshments served after the service.

Chinese New Year

Saturday 25th January 2020

Chinese New Year is celebrated on the 25th January 2020 and this year, it is a year of the Rat. The rat is celebrated for its spirit, wit, alertness, delicacy, flexibility and vitality. In Chinese culture, rats were seen as a sign of wealth and surplus. Throughout the month of January, we will be making decorations to hang up throughout the home, the kitchen will serve authentic Chinese food and we will have a session on Chinese calligraphy and language. This will be a cultural and interesting experience for all. Relatives and friends are most welcome to attend.

Barry Juckes Performance

Friday 31st January 2020 - 3:00pm

The ever popular Barry Juckes is coming to perform for our residents again! Our residents love it when Barry Juckes performs for them – he never fails to entertain! While Barry is singing, his wife interacts and dances with the residents and they really enjoy the atmosphere. Welcome back again, Barry!

All this is happening as well as our regular groups. Contact us today on 01242 505 560 to find out more about these upcoming events and activities or why not suggest an activity yourself!

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News & Events at Thirlestaine Park

Welcome to our Winter 2019-20 edition of the Thirlestaine Park Times

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Return of the Little Apples

Date posted: 8th January 2020

Once again, we were blessed with the laughter and excitement of the children from Little Apples Nursery. For the past three years, the NHS Trust nursery has been visiting our home on a fortnightly basis and we thought it would be a great ice breaker to ask the children to draw the residents and present […]

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Father Christmas and Little Apples Nursery visit

Date posted: 8th January 2020

On 16th December 2019, we had an exciting day for both our residents and the children from Little Apples Nursery. Our leisure and wellness team dressed up as elves and welcomed the children to our mini magical grotto, where our residents were waiting for our little visitors. When Father Christmas arrived everybody cheerfully welcomed him […]

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Remembrance Sunday and Armistice Day at Thirlestaine Park

Date posted: 3rd December 2019

As you will all know, Armistice Day is a very important day to remember in history as it commemorates the end of the First World War and this year marked the 101st anniversary. Our residents have grown up hearing stories about the war and as the two wars are so ingrained in their life histories, […]

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