Abbeyfield House Bromley

Built in 1984, Abbeyfield House is one of the Society's supported homes in Bromley. The home consists of 10 studio apartments, with homely communal areas and a large garden and summer house, shared with our other home, Ash House.

Our residents enjoy two delicious home-cooked meals a day taken with other residents and share communal facilities, which include sitting rooms and dining rooms, a large garden and a summer house.

They live in personalised flatlets that they furnish themselves and their room is centrally heated and fitted with en-suite wash basins, toilets and, in some cases, showers. Each room has a small area so that residents make use of their own kettle and microwave. There are stair-lifts to all floors, and "medic" baths as well as conventional baths and showers. All the residents’ rooms have audio and visual fire alarms, an emergency call system and an entry phone.We welcome visitors at any time. There is a guest room for relatives and friends for short stays.

Regular social activities include music, light entertainment, mini-bus outings, talks and may more.

 

Location

Useful Information
At a Glance

Address
Abbeyfield House, 2a London Lane, Bromley, Kent, BR1 4HD

Manager
Carol Bishop

Telephone
0208 460 7431

Accommodation Type
Supported Housing

Rooms
10

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