Our Homes

A Commitment to Caring

Elgin County has been providing care and support since 1875 when the first House of Industry was established. Over the years, service has been enhanced to include three long term care homes across the County and community outreach programs. The three homes are Bobier Villa in DuttonElgin Manor in St. Thomas and Terrace Lodge in Aylmer.

For information related to COVID-19 and the Homes, please visit the County of Elgin Homes Main page or CLICK HERE

For Information related to COVID-19 and the County of Elgin, please visit the County of Elgin Main page or CLICK HERE

“The Little Home with a Lot of Heart”

1 Bobier Lane – 29491 Pioneer Line,
Dutton, Ontario

For more information about
Bobier Villa Click Here

“The Home Where the Heart is”

39262 Fingal Line
R.R. #1 St. Thomas, ON

For more information about
Elgin Manor Click Here

“The Heart of Caring and Sharing”

475 Talbot St. E.
Aylmer, Ontario

For more information about
Terrace Lodge Click Here


Please contact the L.H.I.N. located in your area for more information on the current Long Term Care admission process and facility wait lists.

Local Community Care Access Centres

  • South West L.H.I.N.
  • Elgin / St. Thomas Office 519-631-9907 or toll free at 1-800-563-3098
  • London / Middlesex Office 519-473-2222 or toll free at 1-800-811-5146


The Ministry of Health and Long Term Care (MOHLTC) regulates and provides funding for accommodation in Long Term Care facilities. The amount a resident pays for accommodation is called a “co-payment”. For more information on Long Term Care co-payment rates please contact the LTC Homes Action Line at 1-866-434-0144.

Additional Fees

Additional fees may be required for the following services:

  • Telephone Service
  • Cable service
  • Hair Salon
  • Valet Service
  • Transportation off-site
  • Recreation out trips
  • Guest Meals
Easter Holiday Closure Notice
Family Day Closure Notice
Graphic to indicate holiday closures at Elgin County Facilities. The Elgin County Administration Building, Provincial Offences Administration Building, and Elgin County Heritage Centre will be closed on Friday, December 23rd at noon. Regular business hours will resume on Tuesday, January 2nd, 2024.