The Yarmouth society operate as an independent house that is part of the national Abbeyfield movement. Our home, The Coach House is situated in the heart of the beautiful harbour town of Yarmouth.
Abbeyfield Yarmouth Society opened the Coach House sheltered housing in January 1997, thanks to a generous donation from a local resident who wanted a retirement home to be set up for older people in Yarmouth.
The Yarmouth society operate as an independent house that is part of the national Abbeyfield movement. Abbeyfield was established by Major Richard Carr-Gomm in 1956 in response to the loneliness and isolation he found amongst older people in East London. Since then, Abbeyfield has grown to be one of the largest organisations in the voluntary sector serving the elderly, offering care and support across the UK.
Abbeyfield Yarmouth Society welcomes residents and guests from other Abbeyfield Society Homes, to come and stay with us for a holiday. We would be delighted for you to visit us and stay in our well appointed home, in heart of Historic Yarmouth. Yards from the sea and town centre in a 'home from home' location. Please call us for more information.
Name: Yarmouth Society
Address: The Coach House, Basketts Lane, Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, PO41 0PY
Phone number: 01983 760 612
A small and friendly home situated in the heart of the beautiful harbour town of Yarmouth, The Coach House provides accommodation for up to 12 residents.
From a new carpets to a refurbished kitchen and upgraded central heating, we are always decorating and investing in areas of the house to ensure it remains comfortable for everyone. All of our bedsit rooms are en-suite, with a small kitchenette area complete with a kettle, toaster and microwave. Relax in the library or take in the fresh sea air in our beautiful garden.
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.