22 Jul 2014
Residents at Anchor’s Primrose Court care home in Guiseley enjoyed a champagne toast last week to celebrate the home’s £1million refurbishment.
District Manager Kairen Horner was joined at the home by Philip Birkinshaw, Operations Director, local Councillors Paul Wadsworth and Graham Latty and MP Stuart Andrew cut the official ribbon at the re-launch event.
Guests enjoyed a tour of the transformed home and were delighted with the stylish décor and furnishings, tranquil colour schemes and coordinated accessories.
Philip Birkinshaw commented: "The refurbishment at Primrose Court brings all that is great at Anchor together in one place, the quality of the final effect is everything that customers deserve and there is a welcoming, homely yet professional feel to the home that strikes the right note."
To see the home for yourself, use our Google virtual tour to walk around each of the communal rooms:
The refurbishment has seen new spa bathrooms and state-of-the-art technologies fitted for additional comfort and security. The home now boasts 33 en-suite bedrooms with motion sensor lighting, a private garden with patio and seating areas, hairdressing salon and a welcoming guest room for visitors.
MP Stuart Andrew commented: “I have been in many homes but never seen a home as impressive as this one”.
Barbara Osbourne, resident at Primrose Court said: "I love it here. The staff are amazing, helping me whenever I ask for help".
Set in a quiet cul-de-sac location, in its own beautiful grounds, Primrose Court care home is close to local services and amenities, such as shops, a library, Guiseley theatre, restaurants, railway station and excellent bus routes to Leeds and Bradford.