Care Home in Ayrshire

Queens View Harbour Care Home is nestled in the picturesque harbour town of Troon. Our beautiful purpose-built care home offers elegant accommodation for up to 56 residents and delivers outstanding Residential, Dementia, Nursing and Respite care.

We believe that residents should be able to enjoy a lifestyle they love by encouraging individuals to continue with the activities they know and enjoy, as well as providing opportunities to discover something new. Whether they wish to explore our wonderful enclosed gardens, socialise with friends and family in one of the dining rooms, have a pamper at the hair salon, or explore the peaceful surroundings of Queens View Harbour Care Home, there really is something for everyone to enjoy. Our care home, situated on the west coast of Ayrshire in Scotland, is perfectly positioned for individuals to strike the perfect balance of a peaceful yet active lifestyle.

Our Care Home in Ayrshire, Scotland 

Queens View Harbour Care Home is based in the peaceful harbour town of Troon, situated on the west coast of Ayrshire, approximately eight miles north of Ayr and three miles northwest of Glasgow Prestwick Airport. With a current population of around 14,950, this is a popular spot for golf enthusiasts, and those looking for coastal and beach attractions. The local area features a selection of shops, restaurants, cafes and coastal area where our residents regularly visit with their loved ones; the public transport options readily available ensure that residents are able to explore the local area easily and independently.  

Our care home in Ayrshire is perfectly positioned for individuals to enjoy a lifestyle entirely suited to them. From peaceful promenade walks to exploring Dundonald Castle, the area surrounding Queens View Harbour Care Home has plenty to offer. Our Activities Team works hard to create a widely varied programme that offers residents fun and stimulating experiences held both inside our beautiful care home and outside, in the local Troon area.

Residential Care

The care we provide is in a perfect setting that blends contemporary amenities with the comfortable feeling of being safe, secure and cared for 24-hours a day, seven days a week. Queens View Harbour Care Home in South Ayrshire is a warm, welcoming and homely environment where residents can enjoy living in a community while receiving respectful and dignified care that is entirely tailored to their care needs.

We provide as much or as little support as needed to each of our residents while encouraging independence for those individuals who might find it difficult to manage a household, look after themselves at home, or are looking to enjoy the social benefits from the companionship of others in a group setting.

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Dementia Care

We are honoured to support residents with dementia in leading happy, healthy and rewarding lives. We understand that those living with dementia require elements of specialised care, and so our staff are highly trained and certified to handle all aspects of dementia; our team is continually learning new skills, knowledge and receiving ‘Promoting Excellence in Dementia Care Training’ to ensure they are providing the finest care possible to each and every one of our residents.

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Nursing Care

Nursing Care is available around-the-clock here at Queens View Harbour Care Home. Our team is highly skilled and qualified to provide exceptional care and support for individuals with high dependence needs, physical disabilities, and, when indicated, professional and compassionate palliative care. We provide care that takes into account not just the medical needs of our residents, but also their physical, psychological, emotional and social abilities.

Key Nursing is a technique we adopt when delivering nursing care which ensures each resident is assigned a nurse who is accountable for the implementation and scheduling of care.

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Respite Care

Our Respite Care service allows residents to rest and heal while also allowing caregivers and family members to unwind and shut off for a while. Our welcoming and highly-skilled staff are trained to recognise and respond to a wide range of health concerns, allowing them to provide individualised support 24-hours a day, seven days a week.

For those local to the Troon area, respite care can be offered for any length of time, from two weeks to a few months, and can be scheduled or provided on an emergency basis.

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Life In and Around Ayrshire

Queens View Harbour Care Home is located in the scenic port town of Troon, Ayrshire. Our care home is a private, excellent care facility that provides outstanding accommodation, with 56 modern bedrooms all with en-suite bathrooms. Nursing Care, as well as Residential, Dementia, and Respite Care, is provided by our experienced and dedicated team.

From attending the ballet at The Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow, to tranquil walks around the Brodick Castle and Country Gardens in the Isle of Arran, Queens View Harbour Care Home is in the ideal location for our residents and their loved ones to enjoy days out together and continue making wonderful memories.

Things to do near Queens View Harbour Care Home

Our hardworking team strives to provide a wide range of options so that residents have everything they need to live a full and diverse life. We encourage all residents to continue doing what makes them happy, whether it’s reading a book in the beautiful landacaped gardens or enjoy live entertainment from the comfort of their home.

Our Activity Coordinator plans weekly entertainment such as sing-alongs, arts and crafts, and movie days to be both entertaining and accessible. We also organise a number of tours to Troon’s most popular sights and enjoy forming bonds with the local community. Whether residents want to focus on exploring the local area of Troon or wish to enjoy a family day-trip further afield we think that no two days should be the same, and want nothing more than to make every day different and exciting for our residents.

 

Troon

This seaside holiday destination plays host to tourists from all over the world every summer. Royal Troon Golf Club has welcomed world-famous golfers such as Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy, combined with stunning views and excellent hospitality, this Golf Course is a must-visit for golf enthusiasts as well as those who simply enjoy beautiful Scottish scenery. Marine Hotel Spa is a spectacular spa break location and is perfect for those who want to unwind and enjoy the luxuries that Troon offers; available for short breaks or dinner reservations, guests can enjoy the tranquil views of Troon Harbour and its beaches during their visit. Fullarton Fairy Trail is a wonderful family activity, situated just outside Troon centre in the magical woodlands of South Ayrshire, the Fairy Trail is a magical place for families to spend an afternoon wandering. Barassie Beach is another family favourite; its white-sand beaches and gorgeous waters, makes it the ideal spot to sunbathe and build sandcastles while soaking in the north beach sun. Yachting enthusiasts voted Troon Harbour as the “Best UK Harbour/Marina 2017”; this expansive haven is great for pictures as you’re exploring the Troon Harbour and is the centre for leisure sailing in the Firth of Clyde. The Firth of Clyde is the mouth of the River Clyde. It is situated on the country’s west coast and constitutes the deepest coastal waters in the British Isles.

Glasgow

Glasgow’s vibrant city centre offers a variety of things to see and do for all ages and interests. Easily accessible in just 45 minutes by car and with great public transport links nearby, including rail and bus services, Glasgow continues to be a favourite destination for our residents. Nestled away in the middle of Glasgow, Hogganfield Loch is a small tranquil oasis that offers a calm and relaxing escape from the bustling city. Hogganfield Loch is a shallow loch surrounded by park land and holding a small wooded island off its eastern bank. Easily traversed by wheelchairs and is flat throughout, makes it an ideal place for those with impaired mobility to visit. Voted one of the friendliest cities in the world, Scotland’s biggest city is a mix of arts, culture and Celtic charm. Glasgow is home to more than 20 museums and art galleries, including the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and the Riverside Museum. This sparkling city also offers some of the best shopping experiences outside of London, as well as a wonderful array of restaurants and cafes at Buchanan Galleries. You can travel between Glasgow and Edinburgh in under an hour by road or by train. Glasgow offers some of the best of Scottish history, culture, architecture and hospitality making it the ideal year-round holiday destination.

Isle of Arran

From towering hills to fabulous forest trails and many local foodie havens, visitors are spoilt for choice when it comes to things to do in Arran that the keen hillwalkers, enthusiastic golfers, passionate mountain bikers, foodie lovers and everyone in-between will love. There are 3 ways to get from Troon to Isle of Arran (Island) by bus, ferry, train or taxi. From late March to late October the ferry operates up to nine sailings daily and travellers can be on the island in just 30 minutes. For first-time visitors, Mogabout is highly recommended, and with its 5-star Trustpilot review, is the perfect way to explore the island. Known as “Scotland in miniature” those who sign up to a Mogabout tour can tick all the bucket list boxes: standing stones, castles, distilleries, lochs, glens, beaches and woodlands. Brodick Castle and Country Gardens is a grand baronial castle and estate for the perfect family day out. Gardens, woodland, waterfalls and a castle packed with treasures make this a must-visit on Arran. The Machrie Moor Stone Circles on the west side of Arran are an impressive collection of no less than six stones that boast a strong Neolithic and ancient atmosphere. This rich archaeological landscape dates back to 3500 BC. Located on the north coast of the island, Lochranza Golf Course is famous for being one of the most beautiful locations to play a round. Despite the whole island being only 55 miles around, there is so much to discover and enjoyment to be had.

High-Quality Care Remains Our First Priority

We passionately provide the highest level of medical care and support as well as providing a safe, comfortable and serene environment in which all residents and their loved ones feel entirely at home during their time with us. Our approach is more than meeting medical needs, it’s about caring for the health, wellbeing and interests of our residents as a whole.

We pride ourselves on exemplary person-centred care delivered each and every day; working closely with our residents and their families to create a detailed and personalised care plan that considers care needs as well as lifestyle needs that impact mental wellbeing. Prior to moving into our care home, we invite prospective residents and their loved ones to meet with our care home manager to ensure we can meet their every need.

We’d Love to Hear from You 

If you would like further information about Troon, our local community, or any of the care services we offer here at Queens View Harbour Care Home, then our passionate and friendly team will be happy to answer any questions you may have. You can contact us via phone on 01292 435 971, or email at info@queensviewharbour.co.uk. Alternatively, you can complete our online enquiry form to request a callback. We look forward to speaking with you.