Adbolton Hall Nursing Home
Home Manager: Maura Torode
Address: Adbolton Lane, West Bridgeford, Nottinghamshire, NG2 5AS
Telephone: 0115 9810055
Fax: 0115 9826427
Adbolton Hall Nursing Home is set in its own extensive grounds and is situated in West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire. The home is registered to accomodate fourty five persons. All our bedrooms are tastefully decorated many of which have en-suite facilities. Adbolton Hall provide excellent quality care to all its residents. Residents are encouraged to live their lives to the fullest and are given every opportunity to lead as normal a lifestyle as possible.
Adbolton Hall provides a homley atmosphere where residents receive consistent high quality care reflecting their needs and wishes.All staff members are trained appropriately and their training is updated in order to maintain the high standards of care.
Adbolton Hall offers a range of social activities for each resident e.g. game sessions, crafts, sing along, excursions, pub lunches etc. Our in-house Activities Co-Ordinator is responsible for the organisation of these events and plans these to suit the individual needs of our residents.
"5* is no way near enough of a rating for this amazing place. I wouldn't even call it a care home, more like a 5* Hotel! From an initial enquiry for my very poorly Mum to her being welcomed was quicker than I could ever have imagined. The Manager not only made me feel comfortable talking about the hardest decision I had to make but she gave me information I would never have got from any doctors or hospital which took a huge amount of pressure off my Mum, me and my brothers. The Manager, from start to now has been genuine, caring, realistic, funny and above all went out of her way to make Mums room feel like home with the guidance of her interior designer!!! Keep doing what you are doing please, you have no idea how much easier you have made our lives." Daughter of Resident (10 June 2016)
''I would highly recommend Adbolton Hall to anyone seeking a caring, safe and welcoming home for their loved one''. Son of resident (February 2018)