Despite the current Coronavirus situation our care homes are still operating and admitting new residents.  Unfortunately though we are now not accepting visitors unless under exceptional circumstances. We know this is difficult for families but there are other ways to keep in touch with loved ones, so please do speak directly to the relevant care home manager. We hope to have our doors open again very soon.

Please call our customer services team for more information on how we can help you by calling 01903 327327.

Guild Care opened its first care home in 1943, so we really do have a proven track record of providing care for older people.

We run three care homes in Worthing and Goring that provide first class residential, nursing and dementia care. We also provide a bookable respite service for short-term stays.

A Haviland House staff member reading to two family members in the homes Ashmount Garden Room. On top of the image is the text: Were one big family and Haviland House is mums home. - A review from carehome.co.uk

Click on the links below to find out more information about each of our homes:

A male Linfield House resident in the home’s dementia suite, standing against a wall decorated so to look like the outside of a greengrocer. Text on top of the images reads: “Dad is so happy and still has his independence.” A review from carehome.co.

At Guild Care we have an open door policy at each of our care homes and you are more than welcome to pop in and visit us at any time. Alternatively, you can book a tour.

A Caer Gwent resident being wheeled towards a horse at the homes Western Day. The activities are fun and engaging. Id love to live there and Im only 40! A review from carehome.co.uk

Our friendly Customer Service Team will be able to assist with any questions or worries you may have. Please give them a call on 01903 327327 or use our online form here.