Bethany Christian Home
The Bethany Christian Home is a beautiful Victorian-era house which has been extended and extensively adapted to provide 26 rooms for residential care. Each room is en-suite, with its own TV & telephone points, and most have extensive views over the city and Plymouth Sound.
There are also several bathrooms and a shower room with a mobile shower chair. Bethany has two communal dining rooms and two lounges, and both indoor and outdoor gardens. The external garden is south facing with views over Plymouth Sound, and has handrails around much of the garden and seats, including a patio area with seats and parasol.
The home has a lift to all floors and is wheelchair accessible, and close to local shops and public transport links. There is also a Guest room for those who travel long distances.
We enjoy showing visitors around our home, but if this is the purpose of your visit we request that you call and arrange a suitable time so we can allocate a member of staff to show you around and answer any questions.
26 residential places
- Residential Care
- Respite Care
- 2 Large Lounges
- Assisted Bathrooms
- Large Garden
- Wheelchair Access
- Ensuite Facilities
• Own GP if required
• Own Furniture if required
• Smoking not permitted
• Close to Local shops and Public Transport
• Phone Point in own room/Mobile
• Television point in own room
• Daily prayers, weekly bible studies every Monday evening
Friends of Bethany
Mike Baker, Walford Catling, Richard Clarke, Ann Laidler, Graham Todd, Leslie Todd, John Young, Robert Sibbald, Paul Terry
Secretary: Margaret Baker