Abbeyfield House, Mill Lane, Romsey, Hampshire, SO51 8EW
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Abbeyfield House consists of ten sheltered flats and provides a peaceful friendly atmosphere where residents can remain as independent as possible. The aim is to provide a 'home from home' with support when you need it from professional staff and caring house staff and volunteers.
Facilities include a lounge, garden, dining room, laundry, guest room, lift, community alarm system and non-resident management staff seven days a week.
Romsey is an attractive market town on the River Test with good local shopping, including a Waitrose and department store, and several inns and restaurants. The Romsey Agricultural Show takes place every September at nearby Broadlands, an elegant 18th century country house surrounded by a 400 acre park landscaped by Capability Brown, the birthplace and home of the statesman Lord Palmerston and more recently Lord Mountbatten of Burma. Romsey Arts Festival is held every three years.
The town is mentioned in Domesday as having four mills and a church and was so named from 'Rum's island or dry ground in a marsh'. The village was sacked in the later half of the 10th century but the abbey was rebuilt and then later in the Middle Ages it grew substantially through the wool trade and the flourishing new Norman Abbey. This abbey succeeded the Benedictine nunnery founded by Edward the Elder in the early 10th century.
There are many fine period buildings including King John's House, a 13th century flint building rediscovered in the 20th century.
Abbeyfield House is managed by Abbeyfield Wessex Society Limited. To contact the development direct call 01794 518890If you want to call the management company direct call 01727 857536, or if you want to contact the development direct, call 01794 518890
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