The Cotswolds Retirement Village – a unique established community

Assisted Living Apartments

Our Assisted Living Apartments offer the perfect blend of care and services whilst still maintaining your independence. Make life easier with those daily chores of meals and cleaning taken care of for you and allow yourself more time to enjoy family, friends and the activities on offer at the Cotswolds Village.

Don’t lose control of your life just because you need some care and support. Your care needs and wishes are as individual as you are and our dedicated care team have the skills and knowledge to provide tailored care to each resident.

Assisted Living Apartments at the Cotswolds Village can be a wonderful alternative to low level Aged Care. Our team includes an onsite Nursing Staff 24 hours a day, 7 Days a week, along with a care team who can assist with personal care and services as and when required and all in the comfort of your own home.

Each apartment is fitted with an Emergency Response System and you will also be provided with a personal pendant for mobile access. Our Emergency Response System allows you to call for medical assistance and help is never far away. Our Studio and One Bedroom apartments are designed to give you privacy whilst offering views of our stunning gardens. Each apartment offers a kitchenette and private bathroom and you can consider your new apartment a blank canvas to renovate and decorate as you wish. The options for your new Assisted Living Apartment are endless!

My mother moved into the Cotswolds Village in 1999 and was a resident here for almost 21 years. Initially she lived independently in a unit but sadly developed dementia and had to move into assisted living in an apartment in the Village.
She regarded the village as her ‘home’ and the residents and wonderful staff were her ‘family’. She so enjoyed her time in the club lounge, socialising with other residents, enjoying so many of the activities provided by the village staff. The meals provided were always delicious and nutritious.
When she was physically able, she also enjoyed outings and shopping using the services of the Village bus. The staff at the Cotswolds, many of whom have been at the village for a long time, were always so caring and attentive to not only my mother, but to all the residents. Nothing was ever too much trouble to assist with her care – particularly as she become less mobile and more reliant on assistance.
I would like to thank the Cotswolds Village staff for making my mother’s stay such a happy and memorable time in her later years.

Ann Jooste-Jacobs (Daughter of the late Alice Sweet)

May 2022