Oxenford House care home was purpose built in 1989 and opened in 1990 it is a modern, comfortable and spacious home, with an airy conservatory that was added in 2006. The home accommodates 25 residents in single rooms, some of which are en-suite. Residents are encouraged to bring in their own furniture and choose their room decoration to create a real home from home.
We offer three separate communal sitting rooms, spacious and open plan living dining room and comfortable bedrooms with telephone and TV points. We have call systems in each bedroom, bathroom and lounge so that residents can call for assistance any time, day or night.
We are located in the charming village of Cumnor which is lively with a brilliant local community who have supported us for the last 32 years. The house is 4 miles from the historic city of Oxford ad 5 miles from Abingdon on Thames. Within walking distance, the village we have a newsagent, village store and post office for our residents to visit. There is a regular bus service to Oxford and Abingdon on Thames which is perfect for residents to spend a day out. There are several public houses for meals out or afternoon teas and various places of worship, all of which contribute to a lively village community.
The care team is complemented by catering, domestic and administrative staff that are also fully trained in their area of expertise, and our landscaped grounds are cared for by our visiting weekly gardener. Oxenford House has its own GP from a local surgery who visits every other week (other times by appointment only and in the case of emergencies) and we can arrange visits by chiropodists, opticians and dentists, subject to the individual needs of each resident.
Our Residents are encouraged to continue to pursue and develop interests they have or would like to try for the first time and aim to provide the highest quality care at a fair price whilst enhancing the quality of life of each individual Resident. The attention to detail that comes from a totally dedicated and committed workforce is overseen by the General and Deputy Managers.
Oxenford House is managed by the Abbeyfield Oxenford Society.