Luxury wing commissioned at Richmond Bede

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

A new £4 million luxury wing has been opened at the Richmond Bede retirement village near Bedworth in Warwickshire. The suites, which each have a sitting room, bedroom, kitchenette and bathroom ensuite, have increased accommodation at the site by almost half. £1.3 million has also been invested in a second restaurant, a new-look reception, general upgrading existing facilities and interior design by Sarah Beasley, who designed for the Savoy in London and the Lygon Arms in Broadway. Richmond Bede Village – a £5.4m investment – is currently home to more than 100 people in privately owned cottages, bungalows, apartments and a nursing wing. Richmond Villages sales and marketing director Peter Hancock said people were increasingly aspiring to live somewhere better than in a single room in a care home. “They regard these luxurious suites – where they can entertain their family and friends – as being a very attractive alternative,” said Mr Hancock. The suites cost from £98,000 to £130,000 and residents pay a ma

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