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Icknield Court: Care Home in Princes Risborough

Icknield Court front building


  • Older people
  • Residential care
  • Specialist dementia care
  • Respite care

A specialist residential and dementia care home for older people in Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire.

Part of The Fremantle Trust, Icknield Court care home in Princes Risborough, provides specialist residential care for older people, including those living with dementia, and respite care, in a comfortable and welcoming environment.

Award-winning Care Home in Princes Risborough

We are extremely proud to announce we won the Care Home Group Award for the Top 20 Mid-Size Care Home Groups in the UK in 2023, based on reviews from residents/service users and their family/friends. Our residents are elated

We love it here, so proud to win this again!

Why choose our care home in Princes Risborough?

Our experienced and highly-skilled team provides expert care and support for people with a variety of individual care needs, including dementia. We take the time to create a personal support plan tailored to each person and we review this regularly to ensure a person’s changing needs are met with respect and kindness.

A Princes Risborough care home purpose-built for care

Icknield Court care home is conveniently located close to the town centre of Princes Risborough, and is also within easy reach of High Wycombe. Our care home provides a friendly and modern living environment and offers 90 individual rooms positioned across six separate wings. With many facilities and plenty of outdoor and communal space, residents can participate in stimulating social activities and enjoy each other’s company. Personal items can be brought from home and added to rooms to provide those homely touches.

Life at Icknield Court Care Home

Valuing, respecting and ensuring residents feel at home is at the heart of all we do, combined with providing first-class care and support by a highly trained and dedicated team. We are proud of the wonderful links we have built within the local community of Prince Risborough – Christmas being a great example - when volunteers from the local area help out at the home and join in with all of our festivities. We also work in partnership with the local Rainbow group, Guides and the local church. Two enclosed courtyard gardens and surrounding grass areas provide an attractive and stimulating haven for residents. These open spaces are ideal for more active individuals who can take a gentle walk or get involved in gardening activities, particularly in the summertime.

Testimonials: how residents feel about our care

My mother has been here now for two weeks and I have found the care home excellent. It is clean and well-maintained, food looks good and facilities are excellent. I find the staff very pleasant, helpful, polite and respectful. My sister and I feel that we could not have found a better home for our mother.

- Review from P. H. (Son of Resident) published on 15 March 2023 with a five star rating

My father has just spent a week in respite care to allow me to go on holiday, and I must say his care was amazing. The facilities were great, and the home is clean and very well looked after. The staff are truly wonderful, each and every one of them; they do an amazing job and are so helpful in every 

way. Only one small thing some of the younger staff members struggled to get Dad’s hearing in, and without them, he is deaf.

He said the food was great, he enjoyed every meal, and the rooms were bright and clean, but I would suggest taking your own TV in if your loved one is in respite. He loved the activities, said one lady and the team were fantastic and made him feel very welcome and part of everything, so a huge thank you to her for doing such a great job. You even had him singing, which he has not done since my mum passed away. The manager was also very helpful, as I had never put Dad into respite before; he was very helpful with all my questions. I would recommend this home to anyone in the future.

- Review from L. C. (Daughter of Resident) published on 20 July 2022 with a five star rating

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