York Society Ltd
The Abbeyfield York Society was established in 1962, by a strong group of volunteers, and active support from many local organisations such as York Lions, York Rotary, York Inner Wheel and York Medical Society.
We pride ourselves in offering a quality, homely and comfortable residence in a caring environment, with staff whose first concern is the welfare of all our residents.
The Executive Committee of the society is made up entirely by volunteers, and has overall responsibility for the administration of the home and compliance with its corporate responsibilities.
Name: York Society
Address: Abbeyfield House, Regency Mews, Dringhouses, York, North Yorkshire, YO24 1LL
Phone number: 01904 704 500
Charity number: 222424
Abbeyfield House, Regency Mews was purpose built in 1998, situated in mature landscaped gardens in the Dringhouses area of York. There are 21 ensuite studio rooms with mini kitchens on each floor. A lift is situated between floors allowing easy access throughout the house. We have a guest room which is available for visiting friends and family members to stay over. There are two assisted bathrooms in the house and a laundry room with washers and driers for residents to use.
Set in the Acomb area of York, Abbeyfield House was built in 1964 with renovation work carried out in 2000. The house has nine single rooms and a one bed flat with a self contained kitchen. The house has a communal lounge and dining area, a mini-kitchen on each floor and a laundry room with washing machines and a drier. We have a very attractive secluded garden with a summer house surrounded by bright flowers and tall trees. It is a perfect place for spending time in the warm weather and is the ideal location for our summer garden party.
Abbeyfield has complied with the government’s guidance on managing the risk of COVID-19 and is COVID-secure. Please click to find out more about our response to the pandemic.