Care Home Near Glasgow

Springvale Care Home has a unique setting within the foothills of the Campsies, in the town of Lennoxtown, which offers our residents a relaxed and peaceful lifestyle. Our purpose-built home offers elegant accommodation for up to 96 residents along with an outstanding range of care covering Residential, Dementia, Nursing and Respite care.

Residents are provided with an abundance of opportunities to make the most of every day here at Springvale Care Home; residents can find enjoyment in many, or all of the activities on offer. Whether they wish to explore the beautiful gardens, socialise with friends and family, enjoy arts and crafts sessions or explore the wonderful surroundings of Springvale Care Home and stunning views of the Campsie Fells, there really is something for everyone to enjoy. Our care home, located on the outskirts of Glasgow, is perfectly positioned for residents to live each day, their way.

Our Care Home in Lennoxtown Near Glasgow 

Springvale Care Home is based in the beautiful Lennoxtown, a village in East Dunbartonshire. Situated at the foot of the Campsie Fells and with a current population of around 4,000, this is a popular spot for those who are keen on fishing, history and escaping to nature. The local area features a selection of shops, restaurants, bars and cafes where our residents love to visit with their loved ones, as well as plenty of public transport options that are ready to take you wherever you need to go.

Our home is perfectly positioned for our residents and their guests to get everything they need from our care home and the area that surrounds them. With regards to activities and off-site adventures, we have a lot to offer, from historical visits to galleries and museums to a variety of shopping opportunities and cafes.

Campsie Fells
Church With Autumn Leaves

Residential Care

Free from the stress of managing a household, residential care allows our residents to enjoy the benefits of group living with like-minded individuals. The residential care we provide is personalised to each of our resident’s needs, with levels of medical and wellbeing care adjusted accordingly. Our person-centred approach to care is delivered by specialists 24-hours a day, seven days a week. We respect each of our residents’ right to live their lives as they see fit, embracing all of their individuality and passions through an active and social lifestyle.

Living Area and View of Garden
Hands on top of one another comforting

Dementia Care

Our dementia care team has received extensive training in all elements of Dementia. Delivered on the first floor of the home, we are able to provide care in a safe, friendly and welcoming setting. Our experience of working with those who have memory loss and a variety of other Dementia-related symptoms means we can provide unrivalled care to our residents. At Springvale Care Home, we provide a variety of first-class facilities and services to assist our residents in living independently in a comfortable and engaging environment. 

Local Wildlife and Area Images
Resident with Hat on

Nursing Care

We recognise that residents with nursing needs require care that not only reflects their medical needs, but also their physical, psychological, emotional and social requirements. Springvale Care Home offers around-the-clock nursing care plans, created uniquely for each resident. We aim to go above and beyond each and every day to provide comprehensive care, 24-hours a day. Our experienced and knowledgeable team enables us to look after a wide range of individuals including those with physical disabilities, those who need palliative care or those with higher dependency needs, as well as those who become infirm.

Flowers on Table

Respite Care

If you’re looking to take a break from caring duties, Springvale provides the a supportive environment in which residents reside for a period of time while the care-giver can recharge and take a break. This is also the ideal solution for those who need short-term recovery from a recent injury or illness. A respite stay can last anywhere from a couple of weeks to a few months; each resident’s length of stay is based purely on their individual needs. Whether you care for a loved one or need a break yourself, you can truly relax knowing that a safe, welcoming environment and staff awaits.

One of Our Bedrooms
Mug in Hand

Things to do near Springvale Care Home

Our thoughtful and skilled Activity Coordinators ensure that a full Activities Programme is always available to all residents; we take the time to get to know all of our residents and make sure that there are activities to suit everyone. Whether they want to focus on exploring the local area of Lennoxtown or wish to enjoy a family day-trip further afield we think that no two days should be the same, and want nothing more than to make every day different and exciting for our residents.



Lennoxtown is known for being home to Lennox Castle. Commissioned by David Hamilton, this castle was designed and built between 1837 and 1841. Lennox Castle was then utilised as a maternity and mental hospital when it was sold in 1927 until 2002. Part of the mediaeval castle grounds now houses Celtic Football Club’s modern training facility, which is popular amongst our more sport-focused residents. Most fampously and arguably the biggest attraction to Lennoxtown, is the beautiful Campsie Fells. This incredible range of volcanic hills in central Scotland, north of Glasgow, is a popular area for walking. One of the walking routes starts at the Lennoxtown Memorial Hall and reaches the highest point of the range is Earl’s Seat which rises to 578m. ​​Visitors are also attracted to the area for whisky distillation with the Glengoyne single malt distillery sitting at the foot of the fells just west of Dumgoyne hill, a prominent landmark of the Campsie fells. The village also features a selection of local shops, restaurants, bars and cafes that our residents love to visit with their loved ones, as well as plenty of public transport options that connect Lennoxtown with larger nearby cities.


Glasgow’s vibrant city centre offers an variety of things to see and do for all ages and interests. Easily accessible in just 25 minutes by car and with great public transport links nearby, including rail and bus services, Glasgow continues to be a favourite destination for our residents. The centrepiece of the city centre is a neo-classical building which is home to the Gallery of Modern Art. This gallery is famously, the most visited modern art gallery in Scotland, and offers both national and international exhibitions. Nestled away in the middle of Glasgow, Hogganfield Loch is a small tranquil oasis that offers a calm and relaxing escape from the bustling city. Hogganfield Loch is a shallow loch surrounded by park land and holding a small wooded island off its eastern bank. Easily traversed by wheelchairs and is flat throughout, makes it an ideal place for those with impaired mobility to visit. This sparkling city also offers some of the best shopping experiences outside of London, as well as a wonderful array of restaurants and cafes at Buchanan Galleries. As Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow offers some of the best examples of Scottish history, culture, architecture and hospitality.


Accessible via car in approximately 1 hour from Springvale Care Home, this fast-paced city has so much to offer residents. For family days out, Edinburgh has so much to offer. Edinburgh Zoo is home to over 1,000 rare animals from around the world and home to the UK’s only giant pandas and koalas and is ideal for all ages. The Royal Botanic Gardens is a pleasure for all ages, where you can enjoy leisurely strolls, a family picnic and the Garden offers fantastic views of the capital’s skyline. Located just one mile from the city centre, this beautiful part of Scotland presents visitors peace and tranquillity amongst 72 acres of stunning scenery. The Royal Yacht Britannia, which for over 40 years served the queen, covering over 1 million miles, is a wonderful time capsule where you can learn about the royal floating palace, indulge in Afternoon Tea in the team room and peruse the gift shop for unique souvenirs. Rosslyn Chapel, a few miles to the south of the city is also a key part of Glasgow. It has been a place of worship since 1446 but gained international prominence when it played a key role in Dan Brown’s book The Da Vinci Code.

River and Trees at Mugdock Country Park

Comprehensive Care in Glasgow

Our approach is more than meeting medical needs, it’s about caring for the health, well-being and interests of our residents as a whole. We pride ourselves on exemplary person-centered care delivered each and every day; working closely with our residents and their families to create a detailed and personalised care plan that considers medical needs as well as lifestyle needs that impact the mental well-being of residents. We encourage our residents to continue taking part in meaningful activities both within the home and around the Glasgow area.  We are proud to be regulated by the Care Inspectorate.

Get in touch today 

Our knowledgeable and caring team welcome any questions you may have about Springvale Care Home. You can contact us via telephone on 01360 312 765 or email us at Alternatively, you can complete our online Enquiry Form and one of our team members will be in touch. We look forward to speaking with you.

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