Abbeyfield House

Supported Housing



45 Chesterton Lane
United Kingdom

Contact the house:

07710 818721


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Abbeyfield House is situated in the peaceful, residential area of Chesterton, just a mile from Cirencester town centre. Our welcoming home provides accommodation for up to 7 residents, each has their own en suite room, which they can decorate and furnish as they wish to ensure it feels like home.

The home has a spacious, light and airy dining room, lounge and conservatory, which is shared by all residents.

Delicious and nutritious home cooked meals are served 7 days a week to ensure you enjoy the food you are eating and are benefitting from a varied and balanced diet.

“Abbeyfield is a home from home – good food, good company filling your days with peace and happiness!”       

- Liz, Resident

Our residents are free to go and come as they please. Some head off to the town to make the most of the shops and coffee shops that are on our doorstep, others enjoy the peace and quiet of their rooms, or make the most of the beautiful conservatory; the majority opting to relax with a book or a friendly chat.

The well maintained gardens are lovely and enjoyed all year round by our residents and a variety of activities and events take place throughout the year.

For us, the key thing is to recognise that everybody’s needs and interests differ, which is why we have tailored our home to respect and respond to your privacy and individual requirements to ensure it is very much your home.

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This house is managed by Abbeyfield Gloucestershire

Key features

  • Alarm system

  • Communal lounge

  • Conservatory

  • Dining room

  • Garden

  • Guest facilities

  • Laundry facilities

Life at the house

PaintingAn 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...

Dining table

Our residents are offered two delicious home cooked meals, seven days a week. Each room has its own kitchenette facility for making hot drinks.

The House Manager ensures that each resident is given the ingredients for breakfast, so that they can have breakfast in their own room and start the day at their own pace.

Sample menu


  • Poached salmon
  • New Potatoes with Broccoli and cauliflower
  • Served with parsley sauce
  • Homemade apple pie served with custard or ice cream


  • Poached egg, tomates and toast
  • Selection of jams, bread and butter
  • Cake
  • Tea/Coffee

Contact the house

07710 818721

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