Abbeyfield is a national Charity and has been established since 1960. Their ethos is to provide comfortable and affordable supported housing for over 55 year olds whilst maintaining their independence.
We currently have several vacancies at Abbeyfield House, Stow on the Wold, each with bathroom facilities and one with a wet room and two vacancies at Alistair Robertson House, Bourton on the Water, both again with ensuite facilities. Bourton on the Water has the additional benefit of having a lift.
The Abbeyfield schemes are purposely managed schemes whereby residents live within a large house yet have their own rooms with en-suites (several have wet rooms) and use of the communal facilities. Each scheme consist of a maximum of 9 rooms so they are very homely and often referred to as living with a big family.
Freshly cooked meals are provided daily by the House Keeper on duty and they are served within a communal environment. Each resident has use of their own room including a bathroom and use of the communal lounge, dining room, conservatory and garden. Residents also have an emergency call system available out of hours for extra peace of mind.
Abbeyfield is an ideal setting for someone who needs extra support with the added security of a House Keeper being on duty during the working day. Maintenance and repair issues are also taken care of and residents have the benefit of social interaction with each other whilst maintaining their own privacy and independence. Care is not provided at Abbeyfield but residents can have their own care staff tend to them if necessary.
The room charges are all inclusive of utility bills and food and as The Abbeyfield Society is a national charity they have ensured the rental charge is affordable to all.
We welcome any questions you may have and if the vacancies are of interest to anyone please contact Lyn Orders on 07710 068814.
For more information you can also visit the website www.abbeyfield.com.