Our Abbeyfield House on Park Avenue has eight rooms and two flats and an apartment on the second floor which would suit a couple. The rooms have carpets, curtains, shower room with toilet and modern fitted storage units, which combine wardrobe and kitchen space with a small fridge and sink, but are otherwise let unfurnished so that you can have your own furniture and possessions around you. All rents are fully inclusive of meals, rates, lighting, heating and water charges, house maintenance and an emergency aid call system. Potential residents are invited to look around the house and view any empty rooms – please call to make an appointment. Our application process includes a two week trial which allows you to ensure Abbeyfield will suit you and that we will be able to meet your needs.
Room 5 - First floor en-suite bedsit
On the first floor, this light and airy room overlooks the beautiful gardens to the side of the house. There are built in robes, a kitchen area, including small fridge and en-suite facilities with shower.
Rent: £1090 per month (Includes home cooked meals, utilities, council tax, help call system and use of laundry.)
Room 6 - First floor en-suite bedsit
A charming room with three windows making it light and airy. There is a kitchen area at the side of the lounge, including small fridge and en-suite facilities with shower.
Rent: £1060 per month (Includes home cooked meals, utilities, council tax, help call system and use of laundry.)
Housing benefit accepted for all rooms. All rooms have carpets and curtains.
Please contact us by phone or email
Our Volunteers along with the house manager and her deputy provide warm and welcoming accommodation for older people.
The House manager or her deputy provides home cooked main meal at lunchtime from fresh local produce and a tea late afternoon.
The house is within walking distance of the Lytham sea front and near to the many facilities which this popular Fylde resort has to offer. Occasional trips are arranged for meals out and to local events and places of interest. This house has a film night every Wednesday and all residents are welcome to join in the Monday Poetry sessions or Tuesday afternoon social events at our sister house in Cecil Street.