Bullsmoor Lodge

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    Bullsmoor Lodge is a purpose built Care Hotel with 44 ensuite bedrooms, situated at the end of Bullsmoor Lane close to the Hertford Road at Waltham Cross, and was opened by Scimitar in June 1997.Immediately at the entrance hall you will experience a warm welcoming environment. The feeling of space has been built into the design and very easy access is afforded into the main Lounge and Dining Room and then on to the spacious rear garden which has a sitting out patio and lawn which is secluded and sunny. There is a separate large quiet lounge on the top floor overlooking Bullsmoor Lane. There is ease of access throughout the building and a licensed bar in the main lounge. There are two modern passenger lifts and the Managers office is situated on the ground floor immediately by the entrance hall.All bedrooms are light and airy with a homely yet modern character and have ensuite facilities with a private telephone, television facility and an emergency call system.Waltham Cross main shopping centre is just a short walk away for those that are ambulant.

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Bullsmoor Lodge Bullsmoor Lodge Bullsmoor Lodge is a purpose built Care Hotel with 44 ensuite bedrooms, situated at the end of Bullsmoor Lane close to the Hertford Road at Waltham Cross, an 35/49 Bullsmoor Lane,Enfield,EN3 6TE 01992719092
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Review date :Feb 20 2016

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Review Score 5 out of 5


Anonymous
Review date :Feb 17 2016
Bullsmoor Lodge is a very well managed Care Home where the staff are dedicated and empathetic towards their residents. It is always clean, bright and fosters a very calm atmosphere for residents and visitors alike. Staff endeavour to treat residents as individuals and they display a warm, caring attitude. When problems arise , as inevitably they do in this kind of situation , I have found the management, senior care staff and carers to be very willing to work together to put things right or to find a good solution to whatever difficulty the resident is experiencing. As a relative of a resident I visit regularly and at different times of the day and I have never felt less than welcome or experienced any sense of apprehension at what happens there. There are plenty of activities arranged and staff interact really well with residents. They are firm, reassuring, empathetic and professional. Above all, I feel that the staff know my relative well and accept her fully for the person she was and for who she has become since dementia claimed her.

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Review Score 1 out of 5