A well-established home in a rural setting 10 miles east of Haverfordwest but convenient for Swansea and the M4, Ridgeway occupies an ancient site with a well-documented history back to medieval times and can even boast a visit from Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton.
Previously owned by Admiral Foley, the main house retains many of its original features, including the main staircase, built to resemble a sailing ship's poop deck, though the home has a lift for residents, of course. Attractive grounds have been made easily accessible with flat surfaces and garden seats. There is a delightful conservatory with a seating area providing beautiful views of the rolling Welsh countryside.
Each of the 47 rooms has a telephone, television and nurse call system, while residents enjoy freshly cooked meals that can be personally prepared for their individual nutritional needs. Ridgeway has its own transport for day trips and hospital visits, while hairdressers, chiropodists and physiotherapists all visit the home.