IMPORTANT INFORMATION

COVID-19 UPDATE – HOME CLOSED TO VISITORS

As the situation with COVID-19 continues to evolve, our focus is on the wellbeing of our residents and employees, and we have made the difficult decision to close the home to all visitors. We are following government guidance and taking additional steps to minimise the risk of any outbreak in our homes and we are working hard to prepare for a scenario where residents or staff members are effected by the outbreak.

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Katherine House

Katherine House, Cote House Lane
Westbury on Trym, Bristol BS9 3UW

Telephone: 0117 987 3540

Email: info@katherinehouse.co.uk

Cote Charity

Cote Charity

Katherine House is part of the Cote Charity, which over the past forty years has provided retirement housing and a range of care options for older people in Bristol. The charity was founded in 1955 by Miss Katherine Gotch Robinson, who bought Cote House at Westbury-on-Trym in Bristol and turned it into flats for older residents.

In 1968 the Society of Merchant Venturers were appointed as Cote Charity's Trustee, bringing to the charity the Society's experience and resources in providing care for older people. Katherine House was opened in late 2009.

The work undertaken by the Cote Charity is also supported by The Grateful Society. This benevolent organisation provides valuable resources and funds, enhancing the care provided to residents by Katherine House.


Katherine House

Care Quality Commission

The Care Quality Commission recently inspected Katherine House and found us to be compliant in all areas, awarding us, in August 2019, with a 'GOOD' CQC care rating in Safe, Effective, Caring and Well led, and OUTSTANDING in Responsive. We are proud to provide excellent care and always strive to make residents and their relatives comfortable and welcome. You can view the online report here
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Care Quality Commission

Meet the staff

Hear from members of the Katherine House team.
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Meet the staff

Society of Merchant Venturers

This philanthropic organisation with its 500-year history has a long history supporting the care of older people in Greater Bristol.
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Society of Merchant Venturers