Bank of Scotland funds care home in Argyll

Posted on April 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

A care home built with the help of a £2 million funding package from Bank of Scotland Corporate Banking¹s specialist property finance team has opened in Benderloch by Oban, in Argyll. The Lynn of Lorne care home, is described as the most modern purpose-built, privately owned nursing home in Argyll, providing accommodation for 62 elderly residents in 60 single and one companion room. All bedrooms have private ensuites. The care home also has four separate lounge and dining areas, as well as a quiet area and a smokers¹ lounge. Residents have access to a bespoke treatment room for massage and aromatherapy, as well as rooms for private consultations with their GPs and salon hairdressing facilities. There is also a full time entertainments and activities co-ordinator who has designed individual programs of activity for all Lynn of Lorne residents wishing to take part. In addition, plans are now well advanced to develop a secluded area of the grounds into a secure sensory garden, appropriate to the needs of elde

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