Nursing Home Dunfermline

We are pleased to announce that our 17-bed Pitreavie nursing wing is now open. This dedicated facility has been designed to provide a high level of support to residents, from our experienced and professional nursing team.

Here at Leys Park Care Home in Dunfermline, we have a dedicated nursing care wing where we can provide exceptional nursing care to 17 residents. This nursing care area has been developed so that we can give round-the-clock care to those who need it most. Located in our beautiful historic care home, our nursing care combines a homely environment, with modern care resources to ensure that all of our residents receive the very best care.

Caring and Qualified Staff

We believe that all of our residents deserve the very best care, which is why we invest in training and supporting our care staff, to help them be the best they can be. We always look for key characteristics when we recruit care workers, namely kindness and compassion. These qualities combined with our continuous care training, mean that our care team are dedicated and professional.

Services and Care Offered

Here at our beautiful care home in Dunfermline, we offer both residential care and nursing care. This gives our residents the reassurance of knowing that even if their care needs change, we can continue to support them and care for them, without them needing to move to another care setting. This continuity of care is incredibly important to us, as our residents can enjoy the security of knowing that Leys Park Care Home is their home.

Engaging Activities and Social Life

Community is a vital part of life here at Leys Park Care Home. We have a full calendar with fun activities that have been designed to appeal to a wide range of people. Many people come to live with us after having been living by themselves, which can be very lonely, and they enjoy the sense of community that living here brings them.

Involvement and Support for Families

When your loved one joins us, we don’t just welcome them, but your family too. We understand the vital importance of family, and always endeavour to provide care and support to facilitate visits and interaction. If you want to call for a chat or come for a visit, you are always welcome.


Leys Park Road,
Dunfermline, Fife,
KY12 0AB

Types of Care: Residential, Dementia, Respite, Nursing

Availability: 2 beds


01383 723790

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Enquiries Free Phone: 0345 053 1689

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Amenities and Facilities at Leys Park, Dunfermline

Leys Park Care Home is a historic and elegant country house in Dunfermline. From the delightful communal areas to the private bedrooms, for residents to enjoy their own space, there is something for everyone at Leys Park. There is a large garden and extensive grounds for those who love being outdoors, with an area that was specially designed for the home by the Princes’ Trust.

Care Inspectorate (CI) Regulation

All the care homes in Scotland are regulated by the Care Inspectorate. This ensures that all the care given is of good quality and delivered in line with the latest care guidelines. All care homes across Scotland receive regular inspections, and the results are published, so that you can always rest assured that your loved one is receiving a high level of care.

Leys Park Care Centre facility
Leys Park Care Centre facility

Making Informed Decisions About Care

We know that making decisions about the care of your loved one is very difficult. Whether you are looking for a nursing home or residential care, we can help. If you are unsure what type of care your loved one requires, we will talk it through with you, so that you understand what types of care we can offer. We always do a thorough care assessment prior to admission, so that we know exactly how to care for and support your loved one, as well as finding out about them; what food they like, what activities they enjoy, and what their hobbies or passions are.

We are here to answer any questions that you may have about the process of moving your loved one into our Dunfermline home. Many people find that coming for a short respite care stay, or day care visit, can help make the transition much easier for everyone. We are here for you, whether you need emergency care, respite care, care and support to transition from hospital back to independent living, or long-term care for either nursing or residential, we can help. To discuss your loved one, or to arrange a visit, please call our senior care team on 01383 723790


At St Philips Care we give people a sense of place and somewhere they really love to live, making each of our homes fun, friendly and comfortable places to be.

As a group of professional carers, we specialize in the health and well being of people from all walks of life and all ages, and take enormous pride in the high levels of care that we deliver.

Our homes offer a range of support for adult and elderly people whether that is for residential, dementia, mental health or respite care. We pride ourselves on our experienced, highly trained teams which include carers, support staff, and registered nurses and the group offers all of our teams the resources to meet our residents’ daily needs.


St Philips Care focuses each and every care plan on the individual, taking into consideration their personal requirements and tastes.

We take time out to know and understand our residents even before they move in, not only by talking to them but also by including their family and friends during their stay to make sure that we have the best possible plan tailored to each individual.

We consider not only care aspects but also personal interests, social life, working life, and companionships. Special consideration is given to their personal space and bedroom, their favourite meals and dinner choices, understanding, monitoring and developing a personal care plan and generally keeping good channels of communication with family and friends at all times.

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Leys Park Care Centre facility
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Meet The Manager

Angela Parnell


Manager at Leys Parks Care Home

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The staff at Alma McFadyen House treated my gran as if she were part of their family. The house always felt so homely. During a pandemic, the staff showed up every day with smiles on their faces and genius ideas to keep the residents entertained, included, and valued.

Granddaughter of a resident at Alma McFayden

Over the past 6 months, Mum has settled well into her new setting. The staff are attentive and always willing to listen and help out where possible and I feel have a genuine care for all of the residents. On a personal level, it is lovely to see a hand on a shoulder or for a member of staff to be holding a resident’s hand offering comfort or reassurance.

Daughter of a resident at Pine Trees

My husband has been in Roxholm on three separate occasions for respite and he thoroughly enjoys his week there. The staff are very welcoming and friendly as soon as you enter the building and the bedrooms are always clean and comfortable. He says that the food is excellent and I can relax whilst he is there as I know that he is being very well cared for.

Wife of resident at Roxholm

Mam initially entered this care home for 4 weeks of respite due to her struggling to live independently. She has always been against ending up in a care home. She has settled in very quickly informing me that the staff are lovely and can’t do enough for her. She feels safe and well cared for. So much so that she has told her social worker that she wishes to stay rather than return home. Due to her own wish and problems living alone, she may get her wish.

Son of resident at Chilton

Finally! A care home that has provided my son with a safe, happy and beautiful home. What a delight this care home is. The staff are well trained, and their obvious job satisfaction is evident, always willing to keep and ensure their first priority are those they care for. The management takes every effort to ensure that a happy environment is essential. Thank you!

Mother of a resident at Highlands

For my first respite stay in a care home I chose Ravendale Hall; I wasn’t disappointed in my choice. The large country home standing in its extensive grounds was what appealed to me. I was warmly welcomed by friendly and happy, supportive carers. Daily entertainment was always on offer if you wanted to take part as many of the residents did. The food was extremely good and catered for a well-balanced diet. You were offered the choice of two lunchtime meals. My room was bright and spacious. Overall I thoroughly enjoyed my stay at Ravendale Hall due to happy and helpful staff along with the cleanliness. Thank you for a very enjoyable stay.

Respite resident at Ravendale Hall
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