• Kenwith Castle, North Devon

    Residential and nursing care in Bideford, North Devon

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    A haven of serenity and good living

    NestledĀ in the heart of North Devon’s spectacular coastal countryside with 30 acres of grounds and gardens, Kenwith Castle is an amalgamation of a sympathetic conversion of the original building with the addition of a purposely designed two storey residential and nursing care wing.

    Amenities include:

    • Dining rooms, where visitors are also welcome to come and take meals with their relatives or friends who reside at Kenwith Castle
    • Licensed bar lounge, five lounge seating areas
    • Music lounge comfortably and tastefully furnished
    • Waverley lounge overlooking the main gardens of Kenwith Castle
    • Lundy lounge and sun terrace with spectacular views across Kenwith lakes and valley
    • Two quiet reading lounges

    Easy access is afforded to all areas of the building, with lifts to the first floor and handrails fitted throughout the complex. Custom built easy access baths and wet room showers are installed on both floors.

    The establishment consists of 54 rooms and suites available for single or double occupation as requested – all with ensuite WC facilities and the ability to accommodate a flexible combination of residential or nursing care guests. Each room is provided with its own direct dial telephone, television and internal contact system with call buttons for immediate assistance.

    Kenwith Castle is dual registered to provide continuity of care, offering country home lifestyle with the benefit of qualified nursing care available around the clock.

    Kenwith Castle, Abbotsham, Bideford, North Devon EX39 5BE
    Call us on: 01237 470060
    Rae Vanstone - Matron

    Rae Vanstone - Matron

    Rae became a nurse in 1979 and has worked in several areas of nursing including oncology and operating theatres. She holds a BSc (Hon) and HE Diploma in Nursing as well as a Diploma in Management. Rae initially worked at Kenwith Castle as a Night Sister before returning as Matron in 2006.