Lady Katherine Housing & Care

Our special care home in historic buildings nestled in countryside, close to Solihull, Warwick and Leamington Spa

An Introduction to Lady Katherine Housing & Care – your home in the country

Since 1674 our care home has been dedicated to ensuring our residents enjoy a comfortable and fulfilled stay individual to their needs. We welcome you to join us here in our rural historic setting at Temple Balsall between Knowle and Balsall Common and a short drive to each of Solihull, Warwick and Leamington Spa.

We are a not-for-profit organisation enabling us to keep our fees low without compromising our exceptional quality of care.

Live in a historic community

At Temple Balsall all ages intermingle in our beautiful extensive gardens and countryside which you and your visitors can enjoy. Many of our residents are actively involved in the parish church and support and enjoy the activities of our school, both immediately adjacent to our care home.

Our homes surround a lawned courtyard, a peaceful meeting place and relaxing spot for our residents and their visitors.

The Temple Balsall hamlet

We offer you:

  • our legacy of compassionate quality care for over 340 years
  • modernised homes meeting rigorous CQC standards in our listed majestic 18th century courtyard apartments overlooking green lawns
  • your own front door
  • care packages to meet your individual needs
  • the ability to change from one type of accommodation to another as your requirements change
  • delicious home-cooked food cooked on site and regular events and activities
  • the benefits of living in our special historic Temple Balsall hamlet with its church, school and Old Hall set in extensive gardens and fields beyond
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Resident coffee morning and we have freshly baked cake by our own Activity coordinator and it was delicious. 😋☕️ #coffeelovers #homemadecake #yum #carehome #solihull #residential #templebalsall #ladykatherine #residentactivities #chitchattime ... See MoreSee Less

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It looks so special….good enough for tea with royalty! What a wonderful time you have together. 😊👍 xx

Pancake Day

The name “Shrove Tuesday” comes from the word “shrive,” which means to confess one’s sins and receive absolution from a priest.

It’s a day for Christians to prepare their hearts and souls for the penitential season of Lent.

The tradition of making pancakes on this day is believed to have originated in medieval England as a way to use up ingredients like eggs, milk, and sugar before Lenten fasting began.

Today, Shrove Tuesday has become a secular celebration enjoyed by people of all backgrounds, with a primary focus on the joy of pancake indulgence.
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Pancake Day 

The name “Shrove Tuesday” comes from the word “shrive,” which means to confess one’s sins and receive absolution from a priest. 

It’s a day for Christians to prepare their hearts and souls for the penitential season of Lent. 

The tradition of making pancakes on this day is believed to have originated in medieval England as a way to use up ingredients like eggs, milk, and sugar before Lenten fasting began.

Today, Shrove Tuesday has become a secular celebration enjoyed by people of all backgrounds, with a primary focus on the joy of pancake indulgence.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Yummy! 😋 ♥️

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Open Day today was a success- thanks for everyone who attended! #solihullcare #ladykatherine #templebalsall #independentliving #dementiaawareness #opendaysolihull #carehomeopenday

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Such a special place and so are the residents and staff!! 🤗

My mother was a resident for three years and the care and support she received was wonderful,thank you !

The girls and I had such a lovely time with you all earlier. It really is the most caring and loving place. Xxx

Come and see us

The best way to find out more about us – who we are and what we do – is to pay us a visit.

We would be delighted to take you for a tour of our homes and our historic Temple Balsall estate and to introduce you to other residents over tea and cake.

For more information and to make a date to visit us, please call or email us.

Caring since 1674