Comprising a Burnham-on Sea care home and independent, self-contained flats, Beaufort Park is a care village set in two acres of stunning landscaped grounds.
The 33-bed care home (Beaufort House) and 12 self-contained apartments (Beaufort Court) can meet a wide range of needs and requirements for people living there.
We respect all the residents – their dignity, their space, and their right to make personal choices in care. Each resident is different, so a range of activities and menu options are offered so every person feels happy, stimulated and cared-for.
Our prices include accommodation, personalised care, meals, laundry, and activities. Use our free cost calculator today for a personalised quote.
We understand that families still have concerns over the safety of residents at this time and would like to provide reassurance that we are doing everything in our power to minimise the risk to residents.
It's located close to the seafront in Burnham-on-Sea and only two miles from local shops.
Set in a beautiful Victorian building that was formerly a school, the Burnham-on-Sea care home is set within enclosed generous grounds on the North Somerset coast.
As well as caring for the residents we care about their families too. Friends and family members are welcome to visit at any time, and there’s always tea and coffee on hand!
We want it to feel like home so we’ve taken care and time to furnish the communal rooms so they’re comfortable and welcoming. There’s plenty of space for group activities, or somewhere to find a quieter spot.
Residents and visitors are welcome to use the free Wi-Fi. Visitors often bring in their own devices. They use the Wi-Fi to show loved ones videos and photos, and to play games. This has also proved very popular with the children of visiting families!
We have 33 bedrooms for those living at Beaufort, with a range of room sizes, including four that can accommodate couples.
We encourage residents to personalise their rooms with their own photos and furniture. Personal possessions help residents feel at home, and provide extra stimulation and time for reminiscence. They also give the home’s care workers an important understanding of a resident’s history and what’s important to them.
The home has two acres of beautiful gardens where residents can join in outdoor activities or simply enjoy being outside. The garden has level access, a lawn area and a patio.
Residents love watching the wildlife that comes into the garden.
An activities co-ordinator works with residents one-to-one, spending time with them in their own rooms, as well as organising group activities.
Being part of the local community is important to us, so the people we care for are connected, not isolated. Four-legged and feathered friends are always welcome, too. We love it when visitors bring their pets in.
We welcome all sorts of musical entertainers, including singers, ukulele-players and interactive musicians getting residents involved with percussion, and singalong leaders.
Other activities in a week could include:
We also get out and about as much as we can, visiting some of the beautiful towns and attractions in Somerset.
Good, wholesome home-cooked food is essential at a care home. The home’s talented chefs cook with locally-sourced ingredients as much as possible.
We cater for all dietary needs, from Coeliac and gluten-free, to vegetarian and vegan. The home’s chefs always ask for feedback from residents, and are more than willing to adapt menus.
Three main meals are served a day and mealtimes are really important. We encourage residents to eat together as there are so many social and nutritional benefits. However, people can choose to eat their meals in private too, if they prefer.
Read more about food and nutrition in care homes.
I feel honoured to lead Beaufort into the next exciting chapter of its proud history. Activities, visits and rich social interaction are so very important to our residents and I am looking forward to building close ties with local people, groups, clubs and organisations in the area.
The home is set in two acres of landscaped grounds a short distance from the seafront in Burnham-on-Sea in Somerset.
Yes, the home are always delighted to be able to welcome visitors. Our care home visiting policy is based on a strict protocol and risk assessment that takes into account the individual circumstances of each home.
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