The Home is situated in a quiet part of Bridlington, close to the promenade where you have a panoramic view of the bay and harbour mouth. Bridlington is an ideal location for convalescence with no hills to climb, everywhere being flat or a gentle slope.
Plenty of seating areas are provided along the promenade and harbour for you to enjoy the sea views, the activities around the harbour or just to watch the world go by.
The Home welcomes everyone in need of convalescence, recuperation or someone following a bereavement. Carers are also welcome to stay. The staff are certain that they can provide the right balance to assist you in a return to good health after a long or short illness.
All guests must be capable of taking care of their own personal needs because the Home does not provide nursing care.
The local hospital and medical centres are close by should this type of support be necessary. Single and twin accommodation is provided with some of the bedrooms having en-suite facilities and there is also a chair lift between the ground and first floor.
The dining room provides a wholesome, well balanced menu to help you in your convalescence, served in a very friendly Yorkshire atmosphere. Anyone with special dietary needs should make enquiries at the application stage to ensure they can be catered for.
There are three lounge areas on the ground floor, two with televisions and a quiet reading area set away from the lounges so you that can enjoy that compelling book or magazine. A small bar is located off the dining room where you can enjoy an evening drink before you retire for the day.
A small garden to the rear of the building, which is accessed from the dining room, is provided with ample seating so that you can enjoy the Yorkshire air, watch the goldfish in the small pond or enjoy the activities of the birds in the small aviary.
To aid peace and rest no televisions or tea making facilities are provided or allowed in bedrooms.
Bridlington is surrounded by beautiful countryside where the television programme ‘Heartbeat’ was filmed or you can visit Scarborough, the venue of many Foresters Conferences and the location of the television programme ‘The Royal’. Further up the coast you will find the old fishing town of Whitby with its busy harbour and Abbey.