The Cowdray Club

3-5 Fonthill Road, Aberdeen AB11 6UD. Care home with nursing

Owned by: Renaissance Care (Scotland) Ltd

Email the owner or 01224 212140


Owner's description

“The Cowdray Club Care Centre is set in a beautiful converted house in Aberdeen providing nursing, respite and convalescent care for elderly people with physical frailty, dementia and confusion and mental infirmity. Arranged on four floors, the Centre enjoys a superbly convenient position close to all the amenities that the city offers”

Main facts

  • Care home with nursing
  • Conditions cared for: Older people generally / People with a mental disability / People with dementia
  • Care period: Longer stay / Short stay and respite
  • This home accommodates 70 residents in 32 single and 16 shared rooms (48 en suite)
  • The home is in an urban location
  • Residents may bring their own furniture. Activities are arranged
  • Cost: Not available

Info updated: 16/02/2011. Update info


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3-5 Fonthill Road, Aberdeen AB11 6UD

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