Knutsford Society Ltd
Knutsford Society has one house which was established in 1965 and our purpose built home opened in 1989. We offer sheltered housing and as our houses only have 11 rooms we can spend time really getting to know our residents.
Knutsford Society's first supported house, set in the author Elizabeth Gaskell’s home town, was established in 1965, and our present, purpose-built house was opened in 1989.
The house accommodates just 11 older people and we like to think the atmosphere is that of a family of friends sharing the same house.
Our wonderful housekeeper not only cooks the tasty and nutritious meals, she also keeps a friendly and helpful eye on everyone.
Name: Knutsford Society Ltd
Address: Abbeyfield House, 23c Bexton Road, Knutsford, Cheshire, WA16 0EE
Phone: 01565 632 719
Charity number: 247343
Nestled in the heart of the beautifully historic town of Knutsford, Abbeyfield House is a small house with 11 rooms, which means we get to really know our residents. For added peace of mind and security, our housekeeper has a flat which has been incorporated into the house, so there is always someone there overnight. We're in a great location, part of the bustling community of Knutsford, where you can discover many shops, restaurants and an area steeped in rich history.
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.