The Langston Nursing Home

"Our greatest joy is nursing residents and making them feel at home"

Station Road, Kingham
Oxfordshire, OX7 6UP

+01608 658 233

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Our History

The Langston Nursing Home was built by The Earl of Dulcie as a hunting lodge with stabling for forty horses in the 1870s.
In the early 1980s, the hunting lodge was converted into a Care Home.
Kingham itself is a beautiful village with elegant stone and thatch cottages mostly dating from the 17th and 18th centuries it is situated in the Evenlode valley in Oxfordshire, England. It is a short drive from the more well known town of Chipping Norton. The village is on the B4450 between Stow-on-the-Wold about 7 miles & Chipping Norton about 5 miles. Kingham as a village has vast historic significance, In 1955 the Royal Navy named a Ham-class minesweeper HMS Kingham after the village.
It has now been beautifully decorated and refurbished into an outstanding  Nursing /Residential home. It is also registered for  Dementia.
The Langston Nursing home has been recently inspected by the CQC and has been awarded ‘GOOD’ overall,  together with ‘Good’ category in all  areas of the inspection. The Langston offers all sorts of activities suitable for Dementia residents, provides best Care to ensure that Residents feel at home. Most rooms have en-suites and great activities.