Primrose Lodge
Southbourne Care Home

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Primrose Lodge Southbourne is a luxury residential care home located on the outskirts of Bournemouth, dedicated to providing exceptional residential care for the elderly. Nestled in the tranquil and pleasant residential area of Southbourne, the home is surrounded by numerous places of interest, making it an ideal location for a relaxing lifestyle. Its proximity to local travel routes ensures easy access for visitors and convenience for residents.

The magnificent Southbourne beach and the stunning Dorset coastline are just a short distance away, offering residents the opportunity to enjoy seaside outings and the natural beauty of the area. These attractions enhance the overall appeal of living at Primrose Lodge Southbourne, combining comfort with scenic surroundings.

The care home features 28 en-suite rooms, the majority of which are en-suite wet rooms, spread across three floors. Several double rooms are available, allowing couples to stay together if they so desire. Each ground floor room boasts its own private patio, providing residents with personal outdoor space to enjoy the fresh air and garden views.

The beautifully landscaped gardens are a highlight of Primrose Lodge Southbourne, offering a serene environment for relaxation and socialising. These gardens are particularly popular with residents and their visitors, providing a peaceful retreat and a lovely setting for walks and outdoor activities. The thoughtful design and attention to detail at Primrose Lodge Southbourne ensure that residents experience the highest standard of care and a fulfilling lifestyle.

The home prides itself on the family environment that has been created, offering the residents a home from home. We ensure that each resident has a comfortable experience with a warm, welcoming and friendly atmosphere.

Southbourne and Surrounding Areas

Situated in the county of Dorset, Southbourne is the most easterly part of the Borough of Bournemouth. The area was previously known as Stourfield. In 1766, Edmund Bott built a Georgian mansion called Stourfield House which later became a care home for injured servicemen in the Great War. This historic suburb is not lacking in culture and attractions. The fascinating Southbourne Grove is a long shopping street that features unique and individual shops rather than high street shops. And if you’re more interested in activities outdoors, Seafield Gardens is an open space that offers various outdoor facilities such as bowls and tennis. The beautiful Southbourne shoreline is a popular attraction, especially the Blue Flag Beach which is a quieter, sandy retreat away from the busy Bournemouth coast.

Towns Nearby



A large coastal resort town on the south cost of England. The coastline features watersports, attractions and plenty of restaurants, providing plenty to do on a day out. Choose to enjoy the award winning beaches or head into the busy town centre for some shopping, Bournemouth offers an array of different experiences whatever the weather.



Christchurch is situated at the confluence of the rivers Stour and Avon and on the shores of its own natural harbour. Christchurch is full of quality assessed accommodation, fantastic places to eat and drink and offers a wealth of things to see and do.



Poole is a popular tourist resort, attracting visitors to its natural harbour, history, the Lighthouse arts centre and Blue Flag beaches. The RNLI headquarters are located in Poole and the Royal Marines have a base in the town’s harbour.