Abbeyfield House, Keynsham
BEAUTIFULLY REFURBISHED IN 2016
Just a few minutes’ walk from Keynsham town centre, this beautiful Victorian residence has been an Abbeyfield house for 30 years and we’ve recently given it a new lease of life with a fantastic refurbishment.
Abbeyfield House in Keynsham oozes character, with original archways and stained glass windows, high ceilings and original coving. There are beautiful landscaped gardens with raised beds, which you are welcome to help us tend; and arbours where you can sit and relax. The fabulous garden room for communal dining is the hub of the house – a great place to make new friends and enjoy activities.
All our Abbeyfield houses are run by our experienced, friendly team members. You’ll get to know our fantastic chefs, and Richard, our very helpful handyman. And of course there are our house managers, who are always on hand should you need extra help, or fancy a chat over a cup of tea.
The house offers 14 spacious and comfortable studio and one-bedroom flats, with gas central heating and kitchenettes. All boast large en suite bathrooms, specially adapted for ease of use, and with you in mind. Flats are rented unfurnished for you to decorate and style with your own belongings. We guarantee you’ll soon feel right at home.
In The Area
Abbeyfield House is situated in a quiet, residential road, just a few minutes’ walk from Keynsham’s bustling high street, where you’ll find a vibrant, friendly and welcoming community. There are popular cafés and restaurants where you can meet friends; shops; a library; and very popular farmer’s market each month. Keynsham sits conveniently between the cities of Bristol (6 miles) and Bath (8 miles), both offering wonderful amenities including theatres, festivals, great shopping centres, several churches, and Christmas markets. Keynsham train station offers regular access to neighbouring towns and sits on the London–Bristol and Bristol–Southampton trunk routes. The M4 is easily accessible from the house.
House News and Views
Supporting Downs Syndrome
21st March 2019
19th March 2019
Brightening up in Keynsham
8th March 2019
Celebrating Great Women
8th March 2019