Millfield House is a modern purpose-built care home in the Scottish Borders town of Jedburgh. It’s set in a prime location in the historic town centre, close to Mary, Queen of Scots House with its beautiful gardens. Shops, cafes, the health centre and excellent bus links and parking are also close by.
The home has accommodation for 22 residents in unusually generous-sized rooms with en suite shower rooms. Each room has its own kitchen area with fridge and tea-making facilities, so residents can enjoy independent living and welcome visitors in their rooms.
The building is around 20 years old, and has been attractively designed to complement the historic surroundings. Built on two floors with a lift to the upper floor, it has two shared lounges and a bright, welcoming dining room. Millfield House also has secluded courtyard gardens where residents can sit and enjoy the sunshine.
Millfield House is a very friendly home with strong connections to the local community, and a warm, family atmosphere. Many of the residents and care staff come from the local area, and one of the annual highlights is the Jethart Callant’s visit during Festival Week. Two local primary schools also have links with the home, and come to spend time and entertain the residents.
The Mansfield Care ethos is resident-centred, and residents enjoy a wide range of activities to suit their personal interests.
The Activities Coordinator organises frequent concerts, visits and outings, including the lunch club, where residents can catch up with local friends. Other favourites include Harestanes Visitor Centre and Teviot Smokery and Garden Centre.
To arrange a visit, contact the Home Manager, Wendy King, on 01835 862 688, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.