The Home

Armstrong House was opened as an Abbeyfield House in 1980. It provides support for an independent life with two home cooked meals a day.
There are twelve rooms, all but one en-suite. Seven have separate sitting rooms.
Spacious communal rooms include a dining room, a sitting room and a sun lounge. The garden overlooks the farmland behind Bamburgh, with the front garden and car park for residents and visitors cars overlooking the castle.

View from the front door

There is a stair chair lift and easy access bathroom.
Anyone contemplating residence for themselves or their family should visit the Home to meet the staff and residents, although a trustee would also be happy to visit an aplicant in their own home. Prospective residents are welcome to come for lunch or to stay for a short period before making a decision. Residents should be of pensionable age. They will be asked to return an application form and to give their doctor a medical report form which will be sent to the Society's medical officer.
Residents should have a sponsor who may be a relative, friend or advisor who is available to represent the resident's interests and be willing to be contacted in an emergency and facilitate the stay in the Home.
Details on Staff, Safety, Insurance, Smoking, Pets and Visitors can be found here.

Sun Room

Contact: 01668 214214 (Office); 
                                       Armstrong House
                                      Sitting Room 
Side Garden

Sitting Room View