Are you struggling to care for an older loved one but hesitant about choosing a care home?

Picture of the exterior of Trymview Hall

Trymview Hall, in Southmead, is a new luxury care home providing long- and short-term residential, dementia and nursing care - Credit: Care UK

It’s understandable right now that you may have concerns about moving an older loved one into a care home. But if you’re struggling with their care because their needs have become too much, Care UK’s Trymview Hall is here to help.  

At Trymview Hall the compassionate and expert team delivers quality care you can trust, in a safe, warm and welcoming environment. Located in Southmead, this new luxury care home provides long- and short-term residential, dementia and nursing care, giving families the reassurance that their loved ones can stay living at the home should their needs change. 

Why choose a care home over care at home? 

In a nutshell, the skilled and experienced team at Trymview Hall provides consistent, quality care, 24 hours a day. The whole team go the extra mile to make every day special for residents, tailoring every aspect of your loved one’s life to their unique needs, from their care to their activities, and even the delicious food the chefs serve.  

There’s regular care reviews, so your loved one receives seamless, high quality care from people they trust in beautiful surroundings that feel like home.  

Picture of a member of the care staff with a Trymview Hall resident outside in the sunshine

The team at Trymview Hall go the extra mile to make every day special for residents - Credit: Care UK

A fabulous lifestyle  

Compare care home life with the experience your loved one might have with care at home, and you start to see a big difference. With care at home visits are time constrained, and often with a different carer each time, it’s hard for trust to develop or for carers to support your loved one to enjoy companionship and fulfilling activities.   

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Not restricted by set time slots, residents living at Trymview Hall can get up at a time that suits them, eat when they want and have a late night when they wish.  

“Living at Trymview Hall is all about quality of life”, says home manager Pam Arnsmeyer. “The lifestyle teams are passionate about enabling residents to enjoy a fulfilling lifestyle, tailoring the activities around resident’s interests, routines and preferences. If your loved one enjoys a quiet cuppa in bed with Woman’s Hour, wishes to attend their local church service, or loves a beer or two on Saturday night, we will make it happen."

Find out more about meaningful lifestyles at Care UK by watching this video

Picture of two ladies enjoying afternoon teat at Trymview Hall

The team at Trymview Hall are passionate about enabling residents to enjoy a fulfilling lifestyle - Credit: Care UK

There’s plenty going on every day to keep residents busy, from art classes, dancing and gardening to bowling and pub nights. And for those preferring a quieter lifestyle, one-to-one activities and relaxation lounges are ideal. 

Dining with dignity 

Whilst a home carer may be a good cook, it is unlikely they will have enough time to cook a hot, freshly-prepared meal. 

At Trymview Hall, mealtimes are an important part of the day with an emphasis on enjoying good food and spending time with friends - and the beautiful bistro-style dining rooms are just perfect for that. 

“There’s always plenty of choice to tempt residents, from cooked breakfasts and tasty treats throughout the day to delicious three-course evening meals," says Pam. 

“Our highly-trained chefs combine creativity with an in-depth knowledge of nutrition for older people, including skills such as high nutrient dishes, fragrant cooking and soft, modified foods.” 

A picture of a dish served at Trymview Hall

Trymview Hall's chefs prepare tasty, freshly-prepared and nutritious meals for residents - Credit: Care UK

Live in luxury  

Trymview Hall care home is beautifully designed throughout, with stylish high-quality fittings and furnishings, offering a 'home from home’ environment. Each spacious en-suite bedroom is individually decorated, with those on the ground floor opening out onto private patios and wonderful secure gardens. 

This state-of-the-art care homes boast luxury facilities including its own café with al fresco dining, hair and beauty salon, cinema, bar and lovely balcony terraces to watch the world go by from.  

Picture of a bedroom at Trymview Hall

Each of the spacious en-suite bedrooms at Trymview Hall is individually decorated - Credit: Care UK

Picture of the cinema room at Trymview Hall

Trymview Hall has state-of-the-art facilities, including its own cinema room - Credit: Care UK

Picture of one of the communal spaces at Trymview Hall 

Trymview Hall offers a 'home from home’ environment - Credit: Care UK

Discover flexibility and assurance with the Care UK 28-day guarantee

We know the decision to move into a care home can be daunting, but with over 35 years’ experience delivering award-winning care, Trymview Hall can provide the peace of mind you need. The 28-day guarantee gives you complete confidence and flexibility if you are not absolutely happy, or simply change your mind about the need for a care home*. 

To find out more about the Care UK 28 day guarantee, visit careuk.com/28-day-guarantee 

* Seven days’ written notice required.

Welcoming new residents 

Trymview Hall is still welcoming new residents, with extra measures in place to keep everyone as safe as possible.  

To find out more about Trymview Hall, call the friendly team on 01174 058568  or visit Careuk.com/trymview-hall 

Trymview Hall care home, 153 Southmead Road, Bristol BS10 5DW 

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