Coronavirus (Covid-19) guidance:
Following the Government announcement on 16 March, we have decided to close our care homes to all visitors including family members, friends, and volunteers.
For further information and updates as they occur please check our latest guidance.
From general care to more complex needs, our aim is to ensure that you feel welcomed, happy and at home from the moment you arrive.
The house, garden and facilities
Converted to National Lifetime Home standards for access and use of aids, including wheelchairs, the rooms are bright and airy with the ground floor communal sitting rooms looking out over a pretty central lawned garden.
In our newly refurbished first floor dining room our catering team serves freshly home cooked meals; delicious and nutritious to suit varying tastes and your dietary requirements, the dishes always attract plenty of praise.
All our ensuite bedrooms offer level access showers, TV and telephone points and emergency call system, together with French doors on to a balcony or patio, some open out on to our secure landscaped gardens. All are spacious enough for you to make them your own with personal furniture and possessions.
We will encourage you to use the gardens throughout the seasons, where you can enjoy the plentiful seating and beautiful shrubs, flowers and local wildlife.
As well as our landscaped gardens, dining room and sitting rooms we also offer further communal facilities, including our hairdressing facility and library. Wi-Fi is available in our
Safe and supportive
The converted historic house offers 33 single occupancy ensuite rooms and four ensuite bed-sitting rooms suitable for couples.
Surrounded by mature gardens and staffed by our dedicated team of experienced carers, the house retains much of its character, yet is fully accessible for those with restricted mobility and lifts allow use of all floors.
Independence, comfort and wellbeing
Our care services, events and activities are all tailored to meet your individual needs, helping you enjoy the best possible quality of life. Our experienced and caring team of registered nurses, care practitioners and support staff, all equipped to provide 24-hour high-quality residential and nursing care.
Throughout 2020 our communal areas are being refurbished to a higher specification, with walls and floors redecorated in warm and attractive colours.
Weekly activities and outings
We want you to keep up old hobbies and help you find new ones with a varied programme of events and activities organised by our Activity Co-ordinator Vicky Rennison and her team of
From crafts to quizzing, singing and social outings, there will always be something for you to enjoy.
Visits to view Lamel Beeches are very much welcomed and valued. Whenever you would like to visit us, please call beforehand, so that we can ensure there is someone to show you around, or, for residents, to ensure there isn’t a clash of activities, events or medical arrangements.
With plenty of free parking available onsite, we are close to a range of shops and a short bus ride from leafy walks by the river Ouse and York’s historic town centre with its many attractions.
For visit or resident enquiries call Registered Manager Emma Harrison on 01904 416904
For vacancy enquiries, brochure request, application forms and further information: call 01904 416904 or email: [email protected]
Coronavirus (Covid-19) guidance: If you are planning to visit family or friends within one of our care sites, please see our latest guidance
Address: Lamel Beeches, 105 Heslington Road, York YO10 5BH. Telephone 01904 416904.
Registered Manager (or RM designate): Emma Harrison.