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Beaumont Park

Shortmead Street, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, SG18 0AT

A beautiful Victorian double-fronted house which has been modernised - it exudes a warm and homely atmosphere where people instantly feel at ease.

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01206 646646

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01767 313131
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A beautiful period home

Beaumont Park care home provides high quality nursing and residential care within a beautiful period property located in the town of Biggleswade. The home is surrounded by extensive landscaped gardens with a large ornamental pond providing an attractive focal point, with a range of colourful shrubs and plants giving year round colour.

Service facilities

  • En-suite bedrooms
  • Gardens
  • Wifi throughout
  • Wheelchair access
  • Close to town centre
  • Two Lifts
  • Visiting pod
  • Specialist equipment available
  • Specialist diet catered for

Care services

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About Beaumont Park

The home is located in an idyllic position in Biggleswade, set back from the road in a peaceful setting, but still close to the town centre. Inside the home, the rooms are elegant, bright and charming, and many have beautiful views across the gardens. In warmer weather, residents and their visitors can enjoy the large conservatory and terrace.

Residents like the engagement they have with staff and there is a very welcoming and comfortable feel within the home. The gardens contain many mature trees of different species and there’s plenty of wildlife to enjoy, including a large pond stocked with Koi Carp. Almost every room enjoys a view of the lovely grounds, ensuring peace and quiet for residents and visitors alike.

Activities and entertainment

Daily activities and entertainment are a core part of our quality care at Beaumont Park. We pride ourselves on offering a diverse, enriching range of weekly activities and entertainment allowing residents to continue to relish in their favourite hobbies and pastimes or to try out something new entirely.

We involve residents in the planning of our weekly activities timetables and offer one-to-one bespoke and tailored opportunities as requested. We’re also passionate about keeping our homes and residents at the heart of the local community, working closely with community groups, schools and other community connections to keep residents involved in local activities.

Some of our regular activities include:

  • Bingo
  • Indoor skittles
  • Annual BBQ
  • Outside entertainers
  • Fish & chip dinners
  • Church lunches
  • Trips to town
  • Pamper days
  • Big Tea day
Dining

Dining is an essential part of the care package we provide to our residents, not only from a general health and wellbeing perspective, but we believe residents should be able to enjoy eating what they want, when they want.

Our chef fully assesses all dietary needs, including likes and dislikes, allergies. special diets, through to preferred portion sizes and mealtimes.

We have a daily food menu, which includes breakfast, lunch and dinner. Mid-morning, afternoon and evening snacks and drinks are also served, and sandwiches, biscuits and other refreshments are available at any time of the day.

Our catering team prides itself on producing food of the highest quality, using local suppliers to create fresh, homemade dishes each day.

Location

Beaumont Park is located in the market town of Biggleswade on the River Ivel. The home is close to the town centre which offers plenty of coffee bars, shops and a supermarket. Visitors to the area and residents can enjoy nearby attractions such as the Old Warden Park, The House at Shuttleworth and the Ashwell Village Museum.

Health and wellness

The health and wellness of our residents is very important and we work closely in partnership with local health and wellness professionals to ensure every resident is able to lead a full and enriched life. We welcome visiting professionals such as GPs, chiropodists, opticians and can arrange visits to other professionals if and when it may be required.

Safety

Our visiting pod in the garden, with its two entrance points, protective Perspex screens, intercom system and a nurse call button, allows us to safely facilitate visits from friends and relatives when our infection control procedures prevent us from welcoming visitors into the home itself.

Our accommodation

Arranged over two floors, our 37 bedrooms can be personalised to make them a real home-from-home. The rooms are particularly spacious and most of them have lovely views across the beautiful gardens.

All our bedrooms are provided ready-furnished with the essentials for instant comfort, and we happily encourage our residents to bring their own treasured furnishings and belongings if they would like to do so.

Amongst our range of well-equipped areas and facilities, there’s always space for quiet contemplation, or for enjoying the company of kindred spirits, and for relishing in interests and pursuits.

Our vast landscaped gardens, bordered by flower beds and mature trees, offer an al fresco setting to enjoy anything from taking exercise to taking tea.

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