Nursing Homes Stirling

Roselea Court delivers outstanding care and exceptional living facilities in the heart of Stirling. Surrounded by volcanic rock, castles steeped in history and breathtaking views, our residents are spoilt for choice when deciding on how to spend their days, both in the home and within the local surrounding area.

Our luxury Scottish home offers elegant yet comfortable accommodation for up to 50 residents and delivers outstanding Residential, Dementia, Nursing and Respite care. Day-to-day life here in Stirling is varied and personalised, allowing each resident to live their life as they wish. From participating in our activities programme to enjoying some peace and quiet in the garden, we are dedicated to offering activities and opportunities that allow our residents to pursue their interests both in and out of the home.

Our Nursing Home in Stirling, Scotland

Roselea Court Care Home is a modern, fully equipped care facility that offers superb nursing care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our nursing team goes above and beyond to ensure that each and every one of our residents receiving nursing care is fully comfortable and happy in their surroundings. We take pride in treating each individual with the highest level of dignity and respect.

Our approach to care is far more than just satisfying medical needs; it’s about caring for our residents’ overall health, wellbeing, and interests. Our team works closely with residents and their families to develop a detailed and individualised plan, as well as select a nurse or key worker to guarantee that care is delivered consistently.

Nursing Care at Roselea Court

Residents have access to nursing care 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This type of care is for those with more complex medical needs, such as physical impairments, a long-term illness or end-of-life care, and is provided by our compassionate and caring staff. Each resident is assigned a nurse who will become a familiar face to them and will respond to any queries or concerns they or their families may have.

We provide each person who lives with us receive a customised care plan that is tailored to their needs, and our approach to a continuum of care ensures all plans are adaptable and change in response to a resident’s medical needs.

Our purpose-built facility, which features a variety of facilities and services for individuals of all abilities and interests, is the ideal place to receive comprehensive care and a comfortable lifestyle.

At the very heart, soul and centre of everything we offer, from constant personal medical care to great facilities and an elevated and exciting daily programme, is the wellbeing of our residents. Our diligent and supportive team constantly ensures that the Roselea Court Care Home admission process is as easy as possible.

We are proud to offer not only Nursing Care, but also Residential, Dementia and Respite Care for up to 50 residents at any one time.

Things to do in the local area

This little corner of Scotland is steeped in history, with notable sights like Stirling Castle’s majestic Royal Palace and Bannockburn, the famous site of one of Scotland’s most defining conflicts. Other attractions and experiences in the surrounding area, such as coming face to face with a variety of wild animals at Blair Drummond Safari Park or feeling the breeze in your hair as you summit a mountain in Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, are also accessible and adventures we encourage our residents and their friends and family to enjoy.


Often referred to as the ‘Gateway to the Highlands’, Stirling is a vibrant city in central Scotland, located on the River Forth. Stirling is a city with a lot to offer its visitors, from historical sites to wonderful nature, impressive architecture to family fun, there is plenty to see and do. Starting with Stirling Castle, a stunning landmark that dates back to the Middle Ages, is one of the largest and most important in Scotland and sits atop a 250ft extinct volcano. Located near where William Wallace fought in the Battle of Stirling Bridge, visitors to Stirling will find Old Stirling Bridge. This easy-to-reach bridge is beautifully designed and is the perfect backdrop to any picture.

Voted as ‘Travellers Choice 2022’ by Trip Advisor, The Old Town Jail is a fascinating place to visit. Just a two-minute walk from Stirling Castle the guided prison tours take its brave guests on a journey through the history of local crime and punishment as they explore the cells before taking in the outstanding views from our rooftop observation tower.

For a fun family day out, Blair Drummond Safari Park. The park is home to over 350 animals – many of which wander freely – including giraffes, lions, elephants, tigers, and meerkats. Families can also spend quality time together at Kings Park; a skate park, sports facilities, walking trails, and a coffee bar make it the perfect place to spend an afternoon.


Midway between Edinburgh and Glasgow, the Falkirk area is in the heart of Scotland with excellent motorway and rail links and two international airports nearby. The Falkirk area is steeped in history with a wealth of attractions and boasts first-class shopping facilities. 

One of the most popular draws to Falkirk, is for the ‘Outlander Themed film locations trail’. This exciting adventure follows the steps of Jamie and Claire where you can discover the sites that were used in filming the hugely popular TV series. Callendar House is a 4-star visitor attraction, a stunning 14th century, French chateau-styled house, complete with a working Georgian kitchen, visitor tea room and fantastic kids play park. Set in the nationally important historic landscape of Callendar Park which contains a section of the Roman Antonine Wall, this UNESCO World Heritage site is a must-visit for all the family. Dollar Park & the Walled Gardens is based centrally and boasts spectacular flower displays throughout the year, regardless of the season. A large Victorian two-storey mansion can be found within the park’s boundaries, which has its own café and a pirate-themed park so this beautiful part of Falkirk can be enjoyed by all ages.

For train enthusiasts, a visit to Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway is a must. Here, visitors can enjoy a 10-mile scenic return steam train journey along the Forth Estuary. They are able able to visit the Museum of Scottish Railways and look out for special events, including visits by Thomas the Tank engine. 


Perth is laced with breathtaking architecture, inspiring surrounding landscapes and an intriguing royal history. Located on the banks of the River Tay, visitors to Perth can experience an array of adventures, whether they choose to take a leisurely walk through the countryside or soak up the thriving atmosphere the city offers. One of the most famous spots is Kinnoull Hill, where views atop this hill are nothing short of majestic. This beautiful part of Peth is abundant with wildlife, such as red squirrels, owls and other birdlife. The River Tay is the perfect addition to any trip to Perth; this waterway curves from the west of Scotland towards the east and ends at Dundee, making it Scotland’s longest river.

From farmer’s markets to culture and fashion shopping trips, George Street is a must-visit for those who enjoy shopping punctuated with coffee stops and quirky discoveries. Perth is also described as ‘Perthshire’s local food scene’ where mouth-watering freshly baked bread, some of the finest Scottish gins and cheeses, and the rich smell of coffee beans roasting, to name just a few can be enjoyed.

Scone Palace breathes history like nowhere else in Scotland and is a must-see tourist attraction. The palace is home to the Earls of Mansfield and is available to guests as a wedding venue, a place to explore beautiful gardens, visit for family events or stop by and enjoy home-baked goods at the ‘Palace Kitchen’. With so much to offer, the 47-minute car journey to Perth is well worth the adventures that await your arrival.

How to Find Us 

Roselea Court Care Home is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac in the heart of St Ninian’s suburb of Stirling. Stirling is a city in central Scotland, 26 miles (42 km) northeast of Glasgow and 37 miles (60 km) north-west of Edinburgh. Our location serves itself well to be easily accessible by road, rail and air.


Travelling by car

  • For those using a Sat Nav, please enter the postcode FK8 2AP.
  • For those using Google Maps, click here.
  • Roselea Court Care Home is situated to the north east of Glasgow City Centre and is easily accessible off A905/A91 which links to the M9.

Travelling by train

  • The nearest train station is Stirling which is 1.5 miles away.
  • Trains from Stirling run directly to Glasgow City Centre, requires 1 change and takes approximately 50 minutes.
  • Trains to Perth run directly takes just 30 minutes.

Travelling by plane


Here are the top questions people have regarding life at Roselea Care Home, Stirling. If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

If you or your loved one has recently experienced physical trauma or illness that necessitated a hospital stay, it is likely that they may struggle to return to their regular routine at home. Physically and emotionally, this can be a tough and demanding position. There may, however, be solutions to relieve the stress and worry, such as moving into a group living facility with 24-hour support.

The MTD (Multidisciplinary Teams) method of care has been implemented here at Roselea Court. This strategy and approach to care allow us to combine the skills and talents of a large number of high-quality care experts, allowing us to better analyse, plan and manage care at the best level possible. Each resident’s care plan is unique, and we work closely with both our residents and their immediate members of their families in order to deliver the most appropriate and best care possible.

You may be eligible for assistance from local governments or the NHS, depending on your circumstances (Funded Nursing Care or Continuing Health Care). Before proceeding with your prospective funding sources, we strongly advise you to get financial advice.

All Care Homes in Scotland are inspected by Care Inspectorate. The CI looks at the quality of care in Scotland to ensure it meets high standards. They then identify what improvement is needed and provide support services to make positive changes.

Contact Us Today

If you have any queries regarding our care options or the facilities that we have here at Roselea Court Care Home, then please do not hesitate to get in touch with our friendly team at or on 01786 644000

Alternatively, you can complete our Enquiry Form, and a member of staff will be in contact with you as soon as possible.