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Home open for viewings by appointment


Call 01202 403180 to make your appointment



Bourne View will welcome our first residents 


To make an enquiry, call 01202 403180, or click here to email us



11th April


Register using the form below for your invitation to our Public Open Day, and meet TV's Dr Hilary Jones

Sohail Daniel, Home Manager of Bourne View

Welcome to Bourne View

I’m Sohail Daniel, Home Manager of Bourne View, the latest in a growing family of 21 Colten Care homes.

All Colten Care homes are designed, built and run to reflect what we have learned from our residents’ experiences and feedback going back more than 30 years. The result is a living environment where well trained, professional and well supported team members deliver the highest standards of care and help residents lead fulfilling lives. Bourne View blends the reassurance of 24/7 nursing-led care with the opportunity to find space for relaxation, reflection and companionship – all in gorgeous, homely surroundings. For a sense of just how amazing Bourne View is, please take a virtual tour.

Already open for viewings, we look forward to welcoming our first residents on Wednesday, 27th March, 2019. Please come and see me, meet my team and have a personal show round the home.

Call 01202 403180 or email: bourneview@coltencare.co.uk, to make an appointment. We will be delighted to see you. I appreciate that many people are busy during the working day so appointments can be made out of working hours to suit your availability.  If it is difficult for you to come to the home I would be happy to have an initial meeting at your residence to talk through what we offer and the facilities at Bourne View.  Transport to come and visit the home could then be arranged if needs be.

Our public open afternoon for the communities of Bournemouth and Poole is on Thursday, 11th April 2019. Our host, the well-known broadcaster and writer Dr Hilary Jones, will be on hand to share his insight into what makes great elderly care.  If you would like to know more about the event, please click here, or to register your interest in attending, please complete the form below.

Please enjoy browsing our website – we are all very proud of this fabulous new home. 

Thank you

An oasis of care and companionship

Set in a nature reserve, Bourne View brings new standards in comfort and sophistication for later-life in Dorset. With the perfect balance of the quiet natural surroundings and urban conveniences of Bournemouth and Poole, it’s a welcoming new purpose-built home, offering the highest quality residential and nursing care. Each element of our home has been carefully considered to create interior and exterior environments in which our residents can live with dignity, comfort and pride.

Bourne View is the latest home to be developed by the Colten Group based in Ringwood. We are a family-owned company with over 25 years operational experience in residential and nursing care. We design, develop and run the very highest quality care homes across the south of England. All our 20 established homes have been rated ‘Outstanding’ or ‘Good’ by the CQC and we are rated as one of the top UK care home providers on the independent care home site carehome.co.uk 

We proudly welcome Bourne View into our family of homes, each which has its own distinctive character but benefits from a tremendous central support network and is underpinned by Colten Care's promise and values. 

Register for your invitation...

Register to be invited to our Public Open Day on 11th April.

We will send you event information and your invitation via email as we get closer to the opening of Bourne View.

Please tick this box to confirm you are happy to receive occasional emails from Colten Care Ltd. Your details won't be shared with any third parties as per our privacy policy.

Take a Virtual Tour of Bourne View

For the first time ever, Colten Care are offering a state-of-the-art virtual tour of our newest care home, Bourne View. 

You can now navigate your way around some of Bourne View, and take a look at our unique spaces, including our Rockefeller Bistro and Roof Terrace. We have split our tours into three spaces; the ground floor and first floor, the second floor, and the Canopy Café and Roof Terrace. While we recommend that the best way to view our home is by visiting in person, our state of the art virtual tour provides a convenient 'first view'.

Click here to begin your virtual tour of Bourne View.

Bourne View Virtual Tour
Bourne View Gallery Block

Our facilities

  • Nurse-led, well-trained care team available 24 hours
  • Fully furnished bedrooms with TV, en-suite shower room and electric assisted beds
  • Restorative and relaxing spa baths
  • Superb cuisine, prepared daily by professional chefs using locally-sourced ingredients
  • Flexible food service in your room, first-class waiter service in the dining room and relaxed eating in the bistro
  • Roof Garden, offering outdoor walks and café area, for diverse activities with views over the surrounding nature reserve
  • Sitting rooms, quiet seating spaces, cafe serving freshly ground coffee and cakes
  • Daily companionship, activities, events and weekly minibus excursions
  • Visitor 'guest suites' available for overnight stays
  • Accessible gardens, landscaped to provide colour, scent, sound and to attract local wildlife

Our Gallery

Bourne View is a beautiful art-deco styled Residential and Nursing Home. The home benefits from elegant interiors, a unique roof garden and first-class care. Please click here to view our photo gallery

Our handpicked suppliers

Colten's approach is to always use local suppliers where possible, from the food we serve our residents, to the furniture in our homes. We have been working alongside Lymington-based Webber Furniture, a family carpentry firm, for more than eight years. Working solely in hand-crafted oak, they have made most of our dining room and bedroom furniture. Fabrication firm Fusion, also in Lymington, have also created our art-deco-style vanity units, specially designed to enable wheelchair users to easily access the sink. Our locally sourced approach also extends to food and drink suppliers handpicked for their quality. With their help, our residents enjoy delicious meals made with the finest, locally-sourced ingredients.
Read more about our local suppliers.

Our Langside School Partnership

We are delighted to announce our partnership with our neighbour, Langside School. The school is run by a Dorset charity, Diverse Abilities, and specialises in educating children with multiple learning disabilities and complex medical needs. So far, we have contributed to a new sensory room and have given the exterior a bright and vibrant paint job. We look forward to keeping you updated on how this exciting new partnership evolves.

Click here to find out more about our partnership with Langside School

Dementia Care

At Colten Care, we are dedicated to providing quality care to all of our residents. While we do not offer dementia care at Bourne View, our neighbouring sister home does. The Aldbury, which is a short distance away from Bourne View, is purpose-built and dedicated to the needs of people living with dementia, The Aldbury has a strong reputation for helping residents with even the most demanding of dementia conditions to live well. Close to Poole, an area renowned for offering a busy retirement life, The Aldbury's belief in enabling activity makes it a happy and cheerful place to be, with a strong sense of community and togetherness.
Please click here to find out more about The Aldbury.

The Aldbury, Dementia Care

Caring Without Plastic

Colten Care has become the first major provider in the UK's private care home sector to begin a group-wide reduction of single-use plastic. This is a significant move given the care sector's traditionally high use of plastic in clinical services, person-centred care and infection control.

Here at Bourne View, we will support all of the central initiatives, but we will also work closely with residents and relatives to seek other ways our home can reduce our consumption of plastic.

Read more about the initiative here