Welcome to Little Brook House, a residential care home located in Warsash, Southampton, that offers the very best in the care of the elderly.
A Home From Home
Little Brook House is a warm, friendly environment where our residents feel at ease
Independent Living In A Caring Community
We encourge our residents to lead active, fulfilling lives as part of a caring community

Little Brook House Care Home


Little Brook House is a residential care home located in Warsash, Southampton. Most suited to those with a degree of mobility, our home offers the very best of care. Whether for those that may no longer want to live by themselves, those living with dementia or for people that may just need a little bit more help now with day to day living, Little Brook House can help.

The heart of the home is a 17th Century, grade II listed, former farmhouse. This has been tastefully extended and adapted to provide comfortable, accessible accommodation for up to 25 residents.

The house retains many period features and the decor and furniture create a warm, homely environment. The large communal lounge, separate dining room and two conservatories provide plenty of space for residents to enjoy their meals, activities and relaxation time.

Set in an acre of enclosed, accessible, landscaped gardens, Little Brook House is a tranquil haven. The gardens are overlooked by both the conservatories and lounge and can be enjoyed all year round, no matter the weather.

With twenty-four hour care and support, Little Brook House is a safe and happy home providing the very best standards of personalised care.

Our Approach to Care

Choosing a care home can be daunting. As well as the practical issues of location and facilities there are also the very understandable concerns as to whether it is a place where your loved one will feel at home and be happy.  We care deeply about our community and want everyone to have the very best experience of care possible. We believe good quality care is:
  • Rooted in compassion and respect for the individual
  • Built on relationships that are caring and considerate
  • A product of good planning and clear communication
The following principles govern the way that we design, implement and manage care.

You Are Not Defined By Your Condition

You are first and foremost, part of our family

It's All About You

We never forget our residents are individuals to be treated with respect and empathy. We do not segregate people based on their medical conditions and we encourage everybody to play an active role in the life of our home.
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Person Centred Care

We put our residents, their family and their supporters at the centre of care planning

Good Care Does Not Happen By Chance

Effective Planning and Communication are essential to delivering good care. Our Person Centred approach ensures that eevrybody's emotional, physical and cultural needs are respected
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Independent Living

Our residents choose the activities they want to pursue and how they spend their time with us

It's Your Time

Moving to a care home does not mean you leave your life at the doorstep. We support our residents in making the choices about how they live their life in their new home and get the most out of their stay with us.
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These principles are the learnt experience of running a residential care home for over fourteen years and we believe they are fundamental to good care. Our success as a care home is based on:
  • Ensuring that our residents are treated with dignity and respect,
  • Planning care as a holistic process with our residents, their family and healthcare professionals
  • Maintaining the independence of our residents and helping them to live fulfilling lives
You can depend that your loved one will be safe, comfortable and happy in our care.

Our Services

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Caring for those living with dementia

Dementia Care

Compassionat care for those living with dementia.

Compassion and Dignity

Those living with dementia can face complex and evolving challenges. Our dementia trained staff will support you and your loved one in dealing with these changes with compassion and care
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Respite Care

Short term residential care when it's needed

Help When Needed

Respite care provides short term residential care when needed. Perhaps you are recovering from an illness or maybe you just need a short break and change of scenery; Respite Care may help
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All of our services are regulated by the Care Quality Commission so you can be assured of the best of care

Take a Tour

Find out more about our approach to care, our community and our facilities  by joining us on a short tour of Little Brook House.


Our fees vary depending upon the needs of the resident and by the size and location of the room. As a guide, these start from £1,050 per week, payable one month in advance. They cover the routine expenses of living at Little Brook House including accommodation, meals, laundry, day-to-day care and basic medical care.

Additional services can also be arranged such as dry cleaning, newspapers and magazines, hairdressing, chiropody  as well as visits by dentists, opticians, beauty therapists and so forth. These services are charged in addition to the base fee.

Our dedicated respite care accommodation can be pre-reserved for a non-refundable deposit of 25% of the total reservation cost with prices starting at £1,000 per week.

A copy of our full terms and conditions of residence is available on request5

Catch Up On The News

See some of the things our residents have been up to and catch up on our news.

CQC Latest Inspection – All Good Here

We are pleased to be able to tell you that the Care Quality Commission(CQC) paid a visit to the home  recently to check our compliance with the latest infection control standards. They rated our compliance as Good in all departments, a brief summary is as follows: The registered manager had created a separate entrance for staff, people who lived at the home and visitors. The new visitor entrance led into the relative’s visiting room which enabled them to be screened, sanitise their hands and meet their family members, maintaining social distancing, and without the need to access the main building.

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A Big Thank You From Us

A Big Thank You From Us We know it has been a difficult few months dealing with COVID and whilst we are still not out of the woods yet we just wanted to share with you some of the fabulous feedback we got from our residents and their families over the past few weeks. It is always nice when the care that we provide is appreciated so publicly but even more so when we have all had to work together in these difficult times. It has been a great team effort – management team, staff, residents and families all doing

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Coronavirus – Fighting the Good Fight

Coronavirus – Fighting the Good Fight It has been a little while since we last spoke to you so we thought that it was time for an update on our efforts to keep our community and staff safe in the midst of this pandemic. The last several weeks have been challenging. We have not been immune to the much-publicised battles to get coronavirus tests and PPE so that we can create a safe environment for our residents and staff and also continue to receive support from our community partners to help in the day to day management of our residents’

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Corona Virus (COVID-19) Update – 18th March

Corona Virus (COVID-19) Update In light of the developing situation with COVID-19 and having reviewed the advice from Public Health England and the government we will be implementing the following measures at Little Brook House: Closing to Visitors We will regretfully be closing Little Brook House to all visitors. From Saturday the 21st March until further notice, Little Brook House will be closed to all visitors All relative’s meetings will also be cancelled until further notice but you will, of course, be able to raise any concerns by  email or phone The one exception to the visiting rule will be

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Corona Virus (COVID-19) Update

Corona Virus (COVID-19) Update Following the recent outbreak of the corona virus, COVID-19,  we wanted to assure our residents, their families, our staff and suppliers that we are taking this issue very seriously and we are following the NHS Guidelines to reduce the risk of infection and transmission of COVID-19 at Little Brook House. As a consequence, we would request that anybody planning to visit the home follow these guidelines: We ask that anybody that has returned from visiting any of the countries listed below to please NOT visit Little Brook House for at least least a further 14 days after

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Little Brook House Update August 2019

It has been six months or so since I last gave you an update on our progress in reshaping our home and thought now would be a good moment to bring you up to date with our progress. When I took over as Registered Manager at Little Brook House I was never in doubt of the intentions of the staff to provide excellent care. It was evident that they cared deeply for the residents but overall there was a lack of cohesiveness in the management of the home, which wasn’t helped by the high turnover rate of managers in recent

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What People Say About Us

​We take the comments made by our residents and their families very seriously. We always look to improve our services when needed and we celebrate when praised.

Some of the feedback we have received from our residents and their families can be found below.

Contact Us

Little Brook House 101 Brook Ln, Warsash, Southampton SO31 9FE

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