Deeside Care invests £22 million in elderly residential care for Aberdeen

A £3 million makeover is close to completion at Rowan Court Care Home in the Aberdeen suburb Cults, after the business was acquired by Deeside Care LLP last year.

The new-look home will be officially unveiled in December under the new name of Deeside Care Home.

It becomes a flagship property of Deeside Care, which is investing £22 million in new and improved homes for the elderly across Aberdeen.

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Deeside Care Home is a 64-bed facility offering luxury en suite bedrooms, fine dining with on-site chefs and landscaped gardens. It eventually aims to offer a cinema room a piano bar spa and hairdressing facilities and even a chauffeur drive service when a second development phase is complete next year,

The first phase of its upgrade has been the remodelling of resident lounges and day rooms and upgrading of the bedrooms. The second phase will include a new entrance atrium.

Manpreet Johal, Deeside Care LLP director, said: “As part of our £22million investment in Aberdeen, we have invested significantly in breathing new life in our Cults facility in a bid to improve the living environment for residents. As a family-run business, we feel it is important for our residents to have ‘home-from home’ surroundings and we hope that the refurbishment of Deeside Care Home will provide a safe and luxurious living space for all concerned.”

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