Camelot House prides itself on its relaxed atmosphere and open and spacious communal areas. The home has undergone extensive refurbishment and has been designed to the highest standards. Set over two floors clear signage and colour-coded wings assist orientation and our dementia-friendly layout provides a safe environment for residents to explore and enjoy the many attractive features the home contains.
Residents can relax in the airy Willow Wing lounge that overlooks one of our colourful gardens, or enjoy the birdsong from our aviary in Albert Square. Plenty of natural light and three easily accessible gardens keep the home fresh and allows residents to enjoy plenty of sunshine and fresh air. The home has a small allotment where residents can grow flowers and vegetables and near this are chickens Essie and Rosaline. We also have two guinea pigs Brandy and Sherry, and a rabbit named Pudding.
Accommodation & Facilities
All rooms are single with an accompanying ensuite. Residents are encouraged with the help of family and friends to personalise their rooms with small items of furniture, pictures and ornaments.
- Four bright and spacious lounges
- Two dining areas
- Light and airy, climate-controlled conservatory
- Beautifully tended lawn and three easily accessible gardens
- Reminiscence lounge
- Peaceful visitors room
- Discovery boards around the home
- The ‘Albert Square’ garden
- Hair salon
Gold Standards Framework
Camelot House is proud to have been accredited with ‘Beacon Status’ in the ‘Gold Standards Framework’ for end of life care. As the highest level of the award given within the framework, it recognises the expertise and the role the Camelot House team play along with resident’s doctors and social workers in providing the best care till the end of life.
Watch our Gold Standards Frameworks video and see for yourself why we have been given this prestigious status.
Gold Standard Framework
Camelot House overlooks the Blackdown Hills on the A38 near the county town of Taunton and is just outside Wellington. We have excellent motorway access being 1 mile from Junction 26 of the M5.
Local ameneties include two garden centres nearby as well as the famous Sheppy’s Cider museum and orchards.
CQC Inspection Report
Enter and View Report
Our Enter and View Report is an independent review commissioned by the Somerset Link enter and view team.