Abbeyfield House

Retirement housing
2A Ward Avenue, Bangor, County Down, BT20 5JW
2A Ward Avenue, Bangor, County Down, BT20 5JW

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Managed by
Abbeyfield & Wesley Society
Comfort, companionship and security

Living at home can become harder as you get older. But choosing to move into supported living accommodation doesn't have to mean losing your independence. In fact, many of our residents tell us it feels like a new beginning.

Manager's Description

"Located in the seaside resort of Bangor in County Down, where you'll discover a town filled with Victorian townhouses painted in pastel colours and a marina filled with stunning yachts, Abbeyfield Hou..." Show more "Located in the seaside resort of Bangor in County Down, where you'll discover a town filled with Victorian townhouses painted in pastel colours and a marina filled with stunning yachts, Abbeyfield House is a supported house that first opened in 1984 and was totally rebuilt in 2003.

We have nine rooms which are all en-suite and come with a level deck shower and come unfurnished, allowing you to bring your favourite pieces of furniture, beloved photographs and treasured trinkets." Show less

Main Facts

Retirement housing
9 flats. Renovated in 2003. Sizes studio.
Non-resident management staff (7 days) and Careline alarm service
Lift, Lounge, Dining room, Laundry, Garden, Activities room
Whole site accessible by wheelchair. Access to site easy. Distances: bus stop 10 yards; shop 200 yards; post office 0.5 mile(s); town centre 0.5 mile(s); GP 1 mile(s); social centre 400 yards.
Regular social activities include: Coffee mornings. Meal(s) available (three meals every day). New residents accepted from 65 years of age.
Tenure(s): Rent (social landlord)

Info updated: 30/04/2020   Update info

Availability

Check with Abbeyfield & Wesley Society - none notified to EAC - Advertise vacancies / sales.

Residents' views

Not available - The residents have not taken part in the EAC National Housing for Older People Awards, or used the EAC Residents Consultation Service (RCS).

Comments made in nominations for the EAC National Housing for Older People Awards

"It has a family type atmosphere, but is not "cloying" in nature. The general standard is quite goof, food outstanding. Staff are helpful and pleasant...." Show more
"It has a family type atmosphere, but is not "cloying" in nature. The general standard is quite goof, food outstanding. Staff are helpful and pleasant. I have recommended it to my friends, who are finding their home more of a struggle." Show less

Made by a resident in 2017
Managed by
Abbeyfield & Wesley Society
Comfort, companionship and security

Living at home can become harder as you get older. But choosing to move into supported living accommodation doesn't have to mean losing your independence. In fact, many of our residents tell us it feels like a new beginning.

Memberships
ERoSH: The organisation that manages this scheme is a member of ERoSH, the national consortium for sheltered and retirement housing.
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