Abbeyfield House

Supported Housing

Cheltenham

Location:

37 St Lukes Road
Cheltenham
Gloucestershire
GL53 7JF
United Kingdom

Contact the house:

07710 818721

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Overview

Welcome to Abbeyfield House, supported housing for older people in Cheltenham 

Abbeyfield House is a splendid mixture of old and new. Originally a private residence, it retains the charm and warmth of a family house, yet has been extended and refurbished to meet the needs of our elderly residents.

Our 7 rooms are light and airy all with wet rooms, the majority are located on the ground floor. Each room has a small area, so that residents can make use of their own kettle and microwave.

“It was the best move I’ve ever made. I wish I had done it years ago.”  

Betty, Resident at Abbeyfield House in Cheltenham


Most rooms have views of the beautiful gardens, yet each one feels different, personalised with the resident’s own belongings creating a homely environment.

Our residents make their own breakfast in their rooms but sit down together in the dining room for 2 fresh, home cooked meals every day. Residents are free to come and go as they please. Morning coffee is served daily in the conservatory.

Abbeyfield House in Cheltenham has a warm and homely atmosphere , the rooms and communal areas are spacious enough so that you have company when you want it or peace and quiet when you don’t.

Home cooked meals and some welcome company seem to keep our residents fit and well.

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Abbeyfield House in Cheltenham is managed by Abbeyfield Gloucestershire

Key features

  • Communal lounge

  • Dining room

  • Garden

  • Guest facilities

  • Laundry facilities

Life at the house

ActivitiesAn active community 

At the heart of what we offer is fulfilment. For some that can be found by sitting in comfortable surroundings enjoying the peace and quiet by a tranquil garden, for others its heading out on an excursion or taking up a new hobby with friends.

We give residents the option of doing as much or as little as they please
and we encourage them and their families to participate in choosing what it is we offer. Whether its arts and crafts or a trip to a local attraction, participating in the decision making process allows residents to maintain their independence and interest levels.

 

Knowing that help is never far away can raise confidence levels and get residents back to hobbies and pastimes they had perhaps given up on.

Occasional outings include:

• Visits to local historic houses, the seaside and boat trips along the Gloucester/Sharpness Canal
• Strawberry tea parties, garden parties and BBQ’s
• Visiting and hosting local art exhibitions
• And much, much more...

KitchenMenus are adapted to reflect the dietary needs and preferences of
individual residents.

We provide facilities in your own room for making breakfast, so you can start your day whenever it suits you.

Coffee/tea is served at 10.30am in the conservatory, usually with home-made biscuits.

Sample Menu

Lunch

• Braised beef and onions or stilton and mushroom pie
• Mashed potatoes, carrots leeks and cabbage
• Banoffee pie

Dinner

• Ham or cheese ploughman’s with soft rolls or beans on toast
• Lemon mousse
• Cake

Contact the house

07710 818721

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