Scotland Society

Abbeyfield Scotland provides sheltered accommodation where older people can maintain their independence but benefit from a little help and enjoy the companionship of others.

Scotland Society

Abbeyfield Scotland provides sheltered accommodation where older people can maintain their independence but benefit from a little help and enjoy the companionship of others.

We have 14 houses throughout Scotland in fine, often prestigious locations. Residents and their families place a high value on what we can offer: a high quality of shared living, good food and an active social life.

The retirement properties accommodate between six and 12 older residents. Most are small and have a friendly atmosphere with a communal living/dining room where home-cooked meals are available.

Contact Details

Name: Scotland Society

Address: 14 New Mart Road, Edinburgh, EH14 1RL

Phone number: 0131 225 7801

Website: abbeyfield-scotland.com

Charity number: SC012549

Abbeyfield House

Built in 1987, Turriff is a house with comfortable accommodation, all on the ground floor, for nine residents. It has an attractive lounge looking out onto the Wynd and a small garden with patio and private parking. This is house is ideal for those who are active and independent.

Abbeyfield House

All 8 of our spacious rooms have en-suite facilities and are located on the ground floor, making them easily accessible whatever your level of mobility.

Abbeyfield House

Abbeyfield House Stonehaven was built in 1974 and has seven rooms all of a high standard. Most are either ensuite or have a bathroom or shower close by for your personal use. Rooms are unfurnished so that you can provide your own furniture and private possessions.

Abbeyfield House

The house has eight flats, most of which are either ensuite or have a bathroom or shower close by for your personal use. Rooms are unfurnished so that you can provide your own furniture and personal possessions creating your new home from home.

Abbeyfield House

The house has comfortable ground floor accommodation for eight residents. There is a large garden with breathtaking views of the Stirlingshire countryside, a small patio and private parking.

Abbeyfield House

Most rooms are either ensuite or have a bathroom or shower close by for your personal use. Rooms are unfurnished so that you can bring your own furniture and personal belongings to create your new home from home.

Davidson Villa

The house can accommodate up to ten residents, each room is unfurnished so that you can bring along your own furniture and personal belongings to decorate to your liking. Most rooms are either ensuite or have a bathroom or shower close by for you to use at your leisure.

Dock Park House

The house has 13 rooms which are either en-suite or have a bathroom or shower close by for your personal use. Rooms are unfurnished so that you can bring your own furniture and personal belongings to decorate the room to your liking.

Fearndean

Ferndean is a well-established and much-loved Lenzie landmark, benefiting from attractive grounds and an impressive frontage on one of the most sought-after addresses in Lenzie.

Abbeyfield Park House

Situated in the village of Bridge of Allan, Park House is a beautiful detached sandstone villa built in 1982 and has accommodation for up to eight residents. The house has a large garden and private parking and is close to local transport links.

Parklea

Parklea offer supported housing in Lockerbie, comprising 10 ground floor studios. Rooms are unfurnished so that you can bring your own furniture and possessions, to help make your house a home.

Paterson Court

Paterson Court is situated in Haddington, East Lothian and offers a modern living environment with comfortable ground and first floor accommodation for 10 residents.

Woodville

Woodville is a small, friendly traditional Abbeyfield house, which enjoys an elevated view of the stunning surrounding area. It is within walking distance of local services and offers accommodation for up to 6 residents.

Abbeyfield House

Coatbridge was built in 1994 in a quiet residential area surrounded by enclosed landscaped gardens and private off-street parking for our residents. The house is modern, on one level, with well decorated communal areas including a large lounge and shared kitchen facilities.

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