Wellfield House Residential HomeCatcott, Somerset TA7 9HT
Wellfield House aims to offer a very high standard of care within a relaxed and informal family environment. The focus of the home is on choice and independence within a safe and secure setting, enabling all residents to lead a fulfilling and stimulating life appropriate to meeting their individual needs and wishes.
The home is a large character property retaining many original features and is situated in the centre of this picturesque Polden Hills village, which is adjacent to the Somerset Peat Moors.
The home is within a short distance of Wells, Bridgwater and Glastonbury as well as being only a short distance from the M5 motorway. In addition, a regular bus service to surrounding towns leaves from outside he home.
The village of Catcott has a thriving and active retired population, which is well served, by the village association, church committee and events at the village hall and day centre. The village has also received several awards at both regional and national levels in the ‘Britain the Bloom’ contest.
Utilising both the original building and the purpose built extension, Wellfield House offers a very high standard of accommodation, which is tastefully decorated and well maintained throughout. Rooms can be decorated to individual taste by arrangement. A high proportion of the rooms have en-suite facilities and all are of good size.
Menus are various and well balanced, with great importance attached to the standard of cuisine. All special diets are catered for. Wellfield House is regularly visited by health professionals, as well as many additional services including the mobile library, local vicar, entertainers and therapists.
‘The care and support shown to my mother have been exceptional during her time here. They have shown the utmost respect and dignity towards her. The actual home is excellent in décor and the staff are always welcoming and cheerful. Would highly recommend.’
Nothing was too much Trouble
‘I received the most wonderful, kind, respectful treatment of myself and my relative. Nothing was too much trouble and the care my relative was given was so mindful of his well-being, dignity and pride.’