Primetower Care is hailing a new luxury Dorset home it has just opened as a “unique offering in the sector”.
The Lindsay, a 68-bed property in Poole, had its official unveiling last week and is promising to provide the highest possible standards of care in an environment which enhances its residents’ well-being.
Facilities at the property include a restaurant, café, cinema, hair salon, hobby room, quiet lounge and library, while private dining is available for families to enjoy a Sunday roast or birthday celebration with their loved ones. It also has a secure garden and allotment.
The Lindsay is the second site in the Primetower Care portfolio. The other is also in Poole. Primetower Care was established in 2008 after the company saw a shortage of good quality purpose-built homes.
John Yeoman, managing director of Primetower Care, said the firm pride ourselves on making its house the residents’ home, telling local press: “The luxury apartments are a unique offering in the sector as we are giving people the opportunity to live independently, while enjoying the benefits of companionship, the luxury facilities of our Lindsay Village and the added security of having a supportive care team available if required.”
The Lindsay is based on the site of the former Wessex Bridge Club and was opened by Gigi Udall, the wife of the late Terry Udall, who owned and ran the club up until 2005.