What people say about Beulah Lodge Rest Home

Reviews from our residents, relations & carers

Here is a selection of some the kind words people have said about us, you can also leave a review here…

We chose Beulah Lodge because, on the first visit, we instantly felt a homeliness there and, due to the small number of residents, everyone soon gets to know one another.  The staff take very good care of the residents, showing respect and patience.  They are very approachable and any suggestions listened to and, where possible, acted on.


Beulah Lodge Rest Home provides the best of care in a professional yet friendly and happy environment.  Residents become part of a family where individual needs are catered for and nothing is too much trouble.

Every effort is made to make life there as comfortable as possible and residents’ well being is paramount.  I cannot speak highly enough of the care and support given to my father and ourselves by all the staff.  He was treated with the greatest of respect and kindness for which we are eternally grateful.


My mum is very happy at Beulah Lodge.  The care she receives is excellent.  All the staff appear genuinely committed to helping create a welcoming, safe, friendly, respectful and fun community.

Mum has made good friends and loves the great food.  I live overseas so it is extremely important to me that the residence we chose be the most suitable possible. We speak every day and she tells me she couldn’t be anywhere better. I agree!


Very delighted with the care my mother receives. She has been at Beulah for over a year. It’s a very caring, homely, happy place.
The staff do everything they can to make the residents happy and settled. They give great support to relatives of the residents too.


My mother moved to Beulah Lodge after an unhappy stay at another local residential home.  I was very impressed when I first called into Beulah Lodge to enquire about vacancies.  I was greeted with warmth and a positive friendly attitude.  I had already been to see a number of alternatives in the area – and there was no contest! We arranged a time to take my mother in to have a look around.

Despite the fact that, at the time, she was in a scared and vulnerable state, she was keen to move there and did so within just a few days. Whilst she took the only (quite small) room that was free at the time, it was with the promise that she could move to a bigger one at the first opportunity. However, she settled (quite quickly in the circumstances) and remains happily in her cosy room.  It is a very difficult transition for anyone to make – the move from independence to a small community – but she has been given great support there – and after just a few months was settled and positive