Opportunity to view luxury development for elderly

Families, potential residents and the general public can see what an assisted living scheme in Northumberland has to offer this weekend.

By The Newsroom
Friday, 15th January 2016, 5:00 am
An artists impression of the entrance foyer at the Royal Hampton.
An artists impression of the entrance foyer at the Royal Hampton.

The Royal Hampton development in the Meadowfield area of Ponteland, which is due to take residents from later this month, will provide a luxurious home for 73 people.

It has been designed to enhance residents’ independent lifestyles and provides an extensive choice of communal living. There will be treatment rooms where professional beauticians and therapists can offer spa treatments, manicures, pedicures, massages and facials, plus a hair salon.

The Shakespearean restaurant will be where residents can have their meals, while also booking tables to dine with family and friends.

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And the Dickens bistro will have a licensed bar and a la carte menu, also for residents and anyone visiting.

In addition, there is a library, with internet cafe, a quiet lounge and a social TV room at the development – which will employ 100 staff.

At the open weekend on Saturday and Sunday, some of the staff will be on hand to show people around and describe its unique features.

Wendy Conn, Crown Care’s managing director of healthcare, said: “The Royal Hampton really will be a care centre with the wow factor.

“It has an air of opulence but with a warm, homely feel.

“We are confident that we have met our aspiration to deliver the best quality environment the region has to offer while providing the highest possible standards of care to ensure those who come to live here, or stay with us for a short time, get the care, attention and lifestyle they deserve.

“Each of the single bedrooms will have en-suite shower rooms, while there will be a number of suites with private lounges and kitchens to help our residents maintain independence.

“We have strong links with a number of local groups to ensure our residents will be very much part of the community.”

The site also includes two three-bedded bungalows and four three-bedded town houses with associated car parking, service amenities and a garden area.

It will cater for all categories of care, such as long-term, respite and day care, with a holistic approach toward individuals and their families.

For more details about the development and open weekend, call 0191 2708649 or email [email protected]