Situated just outside of Caerphilly town centre, Abbeyfield House is a retirement home offering sheltered housing for older people. It has been adapted to accommodate the varying needs of later life. Our Victorian home has nine private en-suite rooms, including shower and toilet, and has been lovingly remodelled to provide sheltered housing in a family setting.
Our rooms come unfurnished to allow you to bring your cherished and personal items to make your room feel like home. Most of our rooms also have a small kitchenette space so you can make breakfast for yourself at your own pace or light refreshments and drinks throughout the day. One of our rooms is larger, which allows space for a couple looking to live together.
Find companionship and make new friends in our communal lounge/diner, where you we all like to come together to share delicious home cooked meals, socialise, join in activities or just relax.
We have a wonderfully large, beautifully maintained garden with summer house, extensive decking area and even a bar for those gorgeous summer barbeques which are hosted by our House Manager, Julie, and her whole family. While away the hours in the sunshine reading a good book, get to know other residents or spend time relaxing whilst you enjoy a bit of peace and quiet.
For those looking to get out and travel further afield, we have a bus stop outside the house and a rail station at the end of the road which will get you to Cardiff and Newport. The town centre has many bars and restaurants and the impressive castle you can visit as well. We have a post box which is just across the road and the Old Miners Hospital has been converted into a Community Hub where they offer activities and a meeting place for people in the community.
Our monthly rental charge is fully inclusive and includes: an experienced House Manager and support staff, home-cooked meals every lunchtime and teatime, telephone line rental, call charges and broadband, building and garden maintenance, gas, electricity and water rates, community alarm monitoring, cleaning of communal areas, laundry facilities, council tax and a TV licence.
Abbeyfield House is managed by Abbeyfield Wales Society.