Leeds’ newest care home, Beech Hall, has opened its doors for the first time this week.
The brand new, purpose built home, which is located in Armley in Leeds was visited by over 50 sector workers who were invited to view the state of the art facilities before the Ideal Care Home officially opens to the public on Sunday.
In a presentation given by Ideal Care Homes Managing Director, Mark Greaves, guests were given an insight into Ideal Care Homes and Beech Hall. Tours of the three storey home also took place before guests enjoyed a luxury buffet lunch.
Mark Greaves said: “We are delighted to be able to show this fantastic care home off to care sector workers and we are thrilled it will be opening to the public soon. The care team were able to show why Beech Hall will be a great place to live and we are looking forward to the home becoming an integral part of the local community like our other two homes in Leeds, Berkeley Court and Oak Tree Lodge”.
Beech Hall provides a home for 64 older people with 100% en-suite facilities. A public open day will be held on Sunday 15 February from 10:30am-3pm, to allow the public the chance to view the home for the first time.
The home was built by sister company LNT Construction, both part of the Leeds-based LNT Group owned by Lawrence Tomlinson.