Situated on the western side of Perth, Viewlands House is a stunning listed building surrounded by breath-taking landscaped gardens and two beautiful summer houses. The house was built in the 1800s with extensions added over the years including a 12 room extension in 1997. Since then in 2013 there has been major refurbishment work carried out to all communal areas.
The house has 32 rooms, all with their own ensuite facilities. There are five premium rooms which are situated in the original part of the Victorian Villa and are much larger than other rooms in the house with high ceilings and superb views overlooking the city. There is a car park within the grounds should you wish to bring your car with you.
Residents are encouraged to bring their own furniture as this makes their room feel personal to them however furniture can be provided as required.
Viewlands House is very fortunate to have beautiful gardens which are much loved by all who live here. Summer houses are well used and residents can enjoy some time to themselves or spend quality time with their family and friends here.
An old building in the grounds has recently been renovated to create a multi-purpose facility where residents can participate in various activities such as arts and crafts, games afternoons and coffee mornings.
The Activities Organiser at Viewlands House plans a variety of activities for every day of the week. Activities include chair yoga, singing groups and movement to music classes. Staff also arrange regular bus trips to attractions and visitor centres within a 25 mile radius of Perth.
Special events are often held here including celebrating seasonal events such as Easter, Valentine’s Day, Saints Days and Christmas as well as a Summer Fair.
This fabulous house has a lovely welcoming atmosphere from the moment you walk through the door. There is an excellent team of staff who are committed to making sure that each and every one of the residents are happy and comfortable and regardless of ability feel supported.
This house is managed by the Abbeyfield Perth Society.