Watermoor House is one of the most beautiful Care Homes in Cirencester.
Built in 1827 by Architect William Jay for the Mullings family, the grand house faced in limestone in the Greek revival style is a classic Cotswold stately home. Now the imposing building and grounds enjoy a new lease of life as Watermoor House residential care home. Situated in the middle of Cirencester with easy access to the Cotswolds and only a short drive from other major towns such as Cheltenham or Swindon. In fact Cirencester’s good road transport links are thanks to the Romans who built Cirencester or Roman Corinium as the hub for their road network with roads going West to Gloucester and North on the Fosse Way towards Stow-on-the-Wold and beyond into the North Cotswolds.
Watermoor House residential care home in Cirencester is a place where residents can truly call home. Offering both residential and respite care with 38 en-suite bedrooms.