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About Beresford Hall

Beresford Hall sets a new benchmark in residential aged care. We are an 81 place care facility overlooking Sydney Harbour at Rose Bay in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs. We provide permanent and respite care as well as secure dementia-specific care in fully furnished private and couple suites. With registered nurses on duty 24 hours a day, residents are able to age in place without the need to move between facilities or rooms when care needs change. We have extensive onsite facilities including Health Club, Day Spa, swimming pool, cinema, restaurant and café.

Available Rooms

Room Name

Deluxe 2

Type

Single room + ensuite

Occupancy

1

No of rooms

4

Room size (sqm)

25.7

Room Description

Beresford Hall sets a new benchmark in residential aged care. Expertly designed by award winning architects Morrison Design Partnership with luxurious interiors by CHADA who designed the Emirates Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa Beresford Hall was built in 2011 and sets a new standard in residential aged care.

Beresford Halls high standard of accommodation is reflected in its achievements as a finalist in the 2012 Australian Property Institute API Excellence in Property Awards and a finalist in the Leading Age Services Australia LASA Building Awards 2012.

Each suite is fully furnished with a hilo bed over-bed table bedside table and lamp spacious wardrobe lounge chair an armchair side board and flat screen television. All suites have high-quality carpet which is attractive modern and durable as well providing for easy maneuverability of mobility aids. The suite allows for residents to personalise their apartment and create a home-like environment. Each apartment is fitted throughout with multiple nurse call bells alarms in key areas has a generous built-in wardrobe that includes hanging space and shelving and provides resident controlled split-system air conditioning for both heating and cooling.

The suites are discrete and ensure the utmost privacy. Each suite has lockable doors and a key safe in each wardrobe. The curtains are high quality heavy fabric with an attractive tie back sash. Special attention has been paid to building acoustics to minimise noise and all windows and balcony doors are double-glazed. The balconies and patios are able to be personalised by residents with outdoor furniture and potted plants.

Common Areas Description

At Beresford Hall residents have access to all common areas in the service. The quality of the furniture in the common areas is similar to that of a boutique hotel. There are generous lounges with cushions coffee tables decorative wall units containing porcelain and other curios fireplaces and fresh floral arrangements. A feature of Beresford Hall is the extensive display of art and photography which focuses on the local history of the Rose Bay area. Our facility is designed to facilitate close monitoring by staff in a home-like environment. Beresford Hall is designed to enable easy identification of key living areas by residents and allow for ownership of suites. Common areas are designed to bring together residents in a social environment and to encourage interaction and participation. The focus of the common areas beyond the comfort of residents is to promote a therapeutic environment which fosters the interaction of residents staff and their families. Communal areas are extensive and easily accessible for all residents. The fit-out of the common areas is akin to a boutique hotel. We have described below the various features together with the approximate areas of each. The lower ground floor features a range of common areas for use by all residents including the Health Club Day Spa Restaurant Cinema The Captain Piper Room and Wine Cellar.

Room Name

Signature

Type

Single room + ensuite

Occupancy

1

No of rooms

5

Room size (sqm)

43.1

Room Description

Beresford Hall sets a new benchmark in residential aged care. Expertly designed by award winning architects Morrison Design Partnership with luxurious interiors by CHADA who designed the Emirates Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa Beresford Hall was built in 2011 and sets a new standard in residential aged care.

Beresford Hall s high standard of accommodation is reflected in its achievements as a finalist in the 2012 Australian Property Institute API Excellence in Property Awards and a finalist in the Leading Age Services Australia LASA Building Awards 2012.

Each suite is fully furnished with a hilo bed over-bed table bedside table and lamp spacious wardrobe lounge chair an armchair side board and flat screen television. All suites have high-quality carpet which is attractive modern and durable as well providing for easy maneuverability of mobility aids. The suite allows for residents to personalise their apartment and create a home-like environment. Each apartment is fitted throughout with multiple nurse call bells alarms in key areas has a generous built-in wardrobe that includes hanging space and shelving and provides resident controlled split-system air conditioning for both heating and cooling.

The suites are discrete and ensure the utmost privacy. Each suite has lockable doors and a key safe in each wardrobe. The curtains are high quality heavy fabric with an attractive tie back sash. Special attention has been paid to building acoustics to minimise noise and all windows and balcony doors are double-glazed. The balconies and patios are able to be personalised by residents with outdoor furniture and potted plants.

Common Areas Description

At Beresford Hall residents have access to all common areas in the service. The quality of the furniture in the common areas is similar to that of a boutique hotel. There are generous lounges with cushions coffee tables decorative wall units containing porcelain and other curios fireplaces and fresh floral arrangements. A feature of Beresford Hall is the extensive display of art and photography which focuses on the local history of the Rose Bay area. Our facility is designed to facilitate close monitoring by staff in a home-like environment. Beresford Hall is designed to enable easy identification of key living areas by residents and allow for ownership of suites. Common areas are designed to bring together residents in a social environment and to encourage interaction and participation. The focus of the common areas beyond the comfort of residents is to promote a therapeutic environment which fosters the interaction of residents staff and their families. Communal areas are extensive and easily accessible for all residents. The fit-out of the common areas is akin to a boutique hotel. We have described below the various features together with the approximate areas of each. The lower ground floor features a range of common areas for use by all residents including the Health Club Day Spa Restaurant Cinema The Captain Piper Room and Wine Cellar.

Room Name

Deluxe 4

Type

Single room + ensuite

Occupancy

1

No of rooms

5

Room size (sqm)

24

Room Description

Beresford Hall sets a new benchmark in residential aged care. Expertly designed by award winning architects Morrison Design Partnership with luxurious interiors by CHADA who designed the Emirates Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa Beresford Hall was built in 2011 and sets a new standard in residential aged care.

Beresford Halls high standard of accommodation is reflected in its achievements as a finalist in the 2012 Australian Property Institute API Excellence in Property Awards and a finalist in the Leading Age Services Australia LASA Building Awards 2012.

Each suite is fully furnished with a hilo bed over-bed table bedside table and lamp spacious wardrobe lounge chair an armchair side board and flat screen television. All suites have high-quality carpet which is attractive modern and durable as well providing for easy maneuverability of mobility aids. The suite allows for residents to personalise their apartment and create a home-like environment. Each apartment is fitted throughout with multiple nurse call bells alarms in key areas has a generous built-in wardrobe that includes hanging space and shelving and provides resident controlled split-system air conditioning for both heating and cooling.

The suites are discrete and ensure the utmost privacy. Each suite has lockable doors and a key safe in each wardrobe. The curtains are high quality heavy fabric with an attractive tie back sash. Special attention has been paid to building acoustics to minimise noise and all windows and balcony doors are double-glazed. The balconies and patios are able to be personalised by residents with outdoor furniture and potted plants.

Common Areas Description

At Beresford Hall residents have access to all common areas in the service. The quality of the furniture in the common areas is similar to that of a boutique hotel. There are generous lounges with cushions coffee tables decorative wall units containing porcelain and other curios fireplaces and fresh floral arrangements. A feature of Beresford Hall is the extensive display of art and photography which focuses on the local history of the Rose Bay area. Our facility is designed to facilitate close monitoring by staff in a home-like environment. Beresford Hall is designed to enable easy identification of key living areas by residents and allow for ownership of suites. Common areas are designed to bring together residents in a social environment and to encourage interaction and participation. The focus of the common areas beyond the comfort of residents is to promote a therapeutic environment which fosters the interaction of residents staff and their families.Communal areas are extensive and easily accessible for all residents. The fit-out of the common areas is akin to a boutique hotel. We have described below the various features together with the approximate areas of each. The lower ground floor features a range of common areas for use by all residents including the Health Club Day Spa Restaurant Cinema The Captain Piper Room and Wine Cellar.

Room Name

Deluxe 5

Type

Single room + ensuite

Occupancy

1

No of rooms

2

Room size (sqm)

24.6

Room Description

Beresford Hall sets a new benchmark in residential aged care. Expertly designed by award winning architects Morrison Design Partnership with luxurious interiors by CHADA who designed the Emirates Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa Beresford Hall was built in 2011 and sets a new standard in residential aged care.

Beresford Hall s high standard of accommodation is reflected in its achievements as a finalist in the 2012 Australian Property Institute API Excellence in Property Awards and a finalist in the Leading Age Services Australia LASA Building Awards 2012.

Each suite is fully furnished with a hilo bed over-bed table bedside table and lamp spacious wardrobe lounge chair an armchair side board and flat screen television. All suites have high-quality carpet which is attractive modern and durable as well providing for easy maneuverability of mobility aids. The suite allows for residents to personalise their apartment and create a home-like environment. Each apartment is fitted throughout with multiple nurse call bells alarms in key areas has a generous built-in wardrobe that includes hanging space and shelving and provides resident controlled split-system air conditioning for both heating and cooling.

The suites are discrete and ensure the utmost privacy. Each suite has lockable doors and a key safe in each wardrobe. The curtains are high quality heavy fabric with an attractive tie back sash. Special attention has been paid to building acoustics to minimise noise and all windows and balcony doors are double-glazed. The balconies and patios are able to be personalised by residents with outdoor furniture and potted plants.

Common Areas Description

At Beresford Hall residents have access to all common areas in the service. The quality of the furniture in the common areas is similar to that of a boutique hotel. There are generous lounges with cushions coffee tables decorative wall units containing porcelain and other curios fireplaces and fresh floral arrangements. A feature of Beresford Hall is the extensive display of art and photography which focuses on the local history of the Rose Bay area.

Our facility is designed to facilitate close monitoring by staff in a home-like environment. Beresford Hall is designed to enable easy identification of key living areas by residents and allow for ownership of suites. Common areas are designed to bring together residents in a social environment and to encourage interaction and participation. The focus of the common areas beyond the comfort of residents is to promote a therapeutic environment which fosters the interaction of residents staff and their families.

Communal areas are extensive and easily accessible for all residents. The fit-out of the common areas is akin to a boutique hotel. We have described below the various features together with the approximate areas of each.

The lower ground floor features a range of common areas for use by all residents including the Health Club Day Spa Restaurant Cinema The Captain Piper Room and Wine Cellar.

Room Name

Couple 1

Type

Shared room + ensuite

Occupancy

2

No of rooms

2

Room size (sqm)

26.7

Room Description

Beresford Hall sets a new benchmark in residential aged care. Expertly designed by award winning architects Morrison Design Partnership with luxurious interiors by CHADA who designed the Emirates Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa Beresford Hall was built in 2011 and sets a new standard in residential aged care.

Beresford Halls high standard of accommodation is reflected in its achievements as a finalist in the 2012 Australian Property Institute API Excellence in Property Awards and a finalist in the Leading Age Services Australia LASA Building Awards 2012.

Each suite is fully furnished with a hilo bed over-bed table bedside table and lamp spacious wardrobe lounge chair an armchair side board and flat screen television. All suites have high-quality carpet which is attractive modern and durable as well providing for easy maneuverability of mobility aids. The suite allows for residents to personalise their apartment and create a home-like environment. Each apartment is fitted throughout with multiple nurse call bells alarms in key areas has a generous built-in wardrobe that includes hanging space and shelving and provides resident controlled split-system air conditioning for both heating and cooling.

The suites are discrete and ensure the utmost privacy. Each suite has lockable doors and a key safe in each wardrobe. The curtains are high quality heavy fabric with an attractive tie back sash. Special attention has been paid to building acoustics to minimise noise and all windows and balcony doors are double-glazed. The balconies and patios are able to be personalised by residents with outdoor furniture and potted plants.

Common Areas Description

At Beresford Hall residents have access to all common areas in the service. The quality of the furniture in the common areas is similar to that of a boutique hotel. There are generous lounges with cushions coffee tables decorative wall units containing porcelain and other curios fireplaces and fresh floral arrangements. A feature of Beresford Hall is the extensive display of art and photography which focuses on the local history of the Rose Bay area. Our facility is designed to facilitate close monitoring by staff in a home-like environment. Beresford Hall is designed to enable easy identification of key living areas by residents and allow for ownership of suites. Common areas are designed to bring together residents in a social environment and to encourage interaction and participation. The focus of the common areas beyond the comfort of residents is to promote a therapeutic environment which fosters the interaction of residents staff and their families. Communal areas are extensive and easily accessible for all residents. The fit-out of the common areas is akin to a boutique hotel. We have described below the various features together with the approximate areas of each. The lower ground floor features a range of common areas for use by all residents including the Health Club Day Spa Restaurant Cinema The Captain Piper Room and Wine Cellar.

Room Name

Premier 1

Type

Shared room + ensuite

Occupancy

2

No of rooms

4

Room size (sqm)

32.1

Room Description

Beresford Hall sets a new benchmark in residential aged care. Expertly designed by award winning architects Morrison Design Partnership with luxurious interiors by CHADA who designed the Emirates Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa Beresford Hall was built in 2011 and sets a new standard in residential aged care.

Beresford Hall s high standard of accommodation is reflected in its achievements as a finalist in the 2012 Australian Property Institute API Excellence in Property Awards and a finalist in the Leading Age Services Australia LASA Building Awards 2012.

Each suite is fully furnished with a hilo bed over-bed table bedside table and lamp spacious wardrobe lounge chair an armchair side board and flat screen television. All suites have high-quality carpet which is attractive modern and durable as well providing for easy maneuverability of mobility aids. The suite allows for residents to personalise their apartment and create a home-like environment. Each apartment is fitted throughout with multiple nurse call bells alarms in key areas has a generous built-in wardrobe that includes hanging space and shelving and provides resident controlled split-system air conditioning for both heating and cooling.

The suites are discrete and ensure the utmost privacy. Each suite has lockable doors and a key safe in each wardrobe. The curtains are high quality heavy fabric with an attractive tie back sash. Special attention has been paid to building acoustics to minimise noise and all windows and balcony doors are double-glazed. The balconies and patios are able to be personalised by residents with outdoor furniture and potted plants.

Common Areas Description

At Beresford Hall residents have access to all common areas in the service. The quality of the furniture in the common areas is similar to that of a boutique hotel. There are generous lounges with cushions coffee tables decorative wall units containing porcelain and other curios fireplaces and fresh floral arrangements. A feature of Beresford Hall is the extensive display of art and photography which focuses on the local history of the Rose Bay area. Our facility is designed to facilitate close monitoring by staff in a home-like environment. Beresford Hall is designed to enable easy identification of key living areas by residents and allow for ownership of suites. Common areas are designed to bring together residents in a social environment and to encourage interaction and participation. The focus of the common areas beyond the comfort of residents is to promote a therapeutic environment which fosters the interaction of residents staff and their families. Communal areas are extensive and easily accessible for all residents. The fit-out of the common areas is akin to a boutique hotel. We have described below the various features together with the approximate areas of each. The lower ground floor features a range of common areas for use by all residents including the Health Club Day Spa Restaurant Cinema The Captain Piper Room and Wine Cellar.

Room Name

Couple 2

Type

Shared room + ensuite

Occupancy

2

No of rooms

3

Room size (sqm)

41.6

Room Description

Beresford Hall sets a new benchmark in residential aged care. Expertly designed by award winning architects Morrison Design Partnership with luxurious interiors by CHADA who designed the Emirates Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa Beresford Hall was built in 2011 and sets a new standard in residential aged care.Beresford Halls high standard of accommodation is reflected in its achievements as a finalist in the 2012 Australian Property Institute API Excellence in Property Awards and a finalist in the Leading Age Services Australia LASA Building Awards 2012. Each suite is fully furnished with a hilo bed over-bed table bedside table and lamp spacious wardrobe lounge chair an armchair side board and flat screen television. All suites have high-quality carpet which is attractive modern and durable as well providing for easy maneuverability of mobility aids. The suite allows for residents to personalise their apartment and create a home-like environment. Each apartment is fitted throughout with multiple nurse call bells alarms in key areas has a generous built-in wardrobe that includes hanging space and shelving and provides resident controlled split-system air conditioning for both heating and cooling.The suites are discrete and ensure the utmost privacy. Each suite has lockable doors and a key safe in each wardrobe. The curtains are high quality heavy fabric with an attractive tie back sash. Special attention has been paid to building acoustics to minimise noise and all windows and balcony doors are double-glazed. The balconies and patios are able to be personalised by residents with outdoor furniture and potted plants.

Common Areas Description

At Beresford Hall residents have access to all common areas in the service. The quality of the furniture in the common areas is similar to that of a boutique hotel. There are generous lounges with cushions coffee tables decorative wall units containing porcelain and other curios fireplaces and fresh floral arrangements. A feature of Beresford Hall is the extensive display of art and photography which focuses on the local history of the Rose Bay area. Our facility is designed to facilitate close monitoring by staff in a home-like environment. Beresford Hall is designed to enable easy identification of key living areas by residents and allow for ownership of suites. Common areas are designed to bring together residents in a social environment and to encourage interaction and participation. The focus of the common areas beyond the comfort of residents is to promote a therapeutic environment which fosters the interaction of residents staff and their families. Communal areas are extensive and easily accessible for all residents. The fit-out of the common areas is akin to a boutique hotel. We have described below the various features together with the approximate areas of each. The lower ground floor features a range of common areas for use by all residents including the Health Club Day Spa Restaurant Cinema The Captain Piper Room and Wine Cellar.

Room Name

Classic 2

Type

Single room + ensuite

Occupancy

1

No of rooms

22

Room size (sqm)

19.8

Room Description

Beresford Hall sets a new benchmark in residential aged care. Expertly designed by award winning architects Morrison Design Partnership with luxurious interiors by CHADA who designed the Emirates Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa Beresford Hall was built in 2011 and sets a new standard in residential aged care.

Beresford Halls high standard of accommodation is reflected in its achievements as a finalist in the 2012 Australian Property Institute API Excellence in Property Awards and a finalist in the Leading Age Services Australia LASA Building Awards 2012.

Each suite is fully furnished with a hilo bed over-bed table bedside table and lamp spacious wardrobe lounge chair an armchair side board and flat screen television. All suites have high-quality carpet which is attractive modern and durable as well providing for easy manueverability of mobility aids. The suite allows for residents to personalise their apartment and create a home-like environment. Each apartment is fitted throughout with multiple nurse call bells alarms in key areas has a generous built-in wardrobe that includes hanging space and shelving and provides resident controlled split-system air conditioning for both heating and cooling.

The suites are discrete and ensure the utmost privacy. Each suite has lockable doors and a key safe in each wardrobe. The curtains are high quality heavy fabric with an attractive tie back sash. Special attention has been paid to building acoustics to minimise noise and all windows and balcony doors are double-glazed. The balconies and patios are able to be personalised by residents with outdoor furniture and potted plants.

Common Areas Description

At Beresford Hall residents have access to all common areas in the service. Those residents located in the dementia-specific wing have full supervised access to all common areas of the facility. The quality of the furniture in the common areas is similar to that of a boutique hotel. There are generous lounges with cushions coffee tables decorative wall units containing porcelain and other curios fireplaces and fresh floral arrangements. A feature of Beresford Hall is the extensive display of art and photography which focuses on the local history of the Rose Bay area. Our facility is designed to facilitate close monitoring by staff in a home-like environment. Beresford Hall is designed to enable easy identification of key living areas by residents and allow for ownership of suites. Common areas are designed to bring together residents in a social environment and to encourage interaction and participation. The focus of the common areas beyond the comfort of residents is to promote a therapeutic environment which fosters the interaction of residents staff and their families.Communal areas are extensive and easily accessible for all residents. The fit-out of the common areas is akin to a boutique hotel. We have described below the various features together with the approximate areas of each. The lower ground floor features a range of common areas for use by all residents including the Health Club Day Spa Restaurant Cinema The Captain Piper Room and Wine Cellar.

Room Name

Classic 3

Type

Single room + ensuite

Occupancy

1

No of rooms

3

Room size (sqm)

21.7

Room Description

Beresford Hall sets a new benchmark in residential aged care. Expertly designed by award winning architects Morrison Design Partnership with luxurious interiors by CHADA who designed the Emirates Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa Beresford Hall was built in 2011 and sets a new standard in residential aged care.

Beresford Halls high standard of accommodation is reflected in its achievements as a finalist in the 2012 Australian Property Institute API Excellence in Property Awards and a finalist in the Leading Age Services Australia LASA Building Awards 2012.

Each suite is fully furnished with a hilo bed over-bed table bedside table and lamp spacious wardrobe lounge chair an armchair side board and flat screen television. All suites have high-quality carpet which is attractive modern and durable as well providing for easy maneuverability of mobility aids. The suite allows for residents to personalise their apartment and create a home-like environment. Each apartment is fitted throughout with multiple nurse call bells alarms in key areas has a generous built-in wardrobe that includes hanging space and shelving and provides resident controlled split-system air conditioning for both heating and cooling.

The suites are discrete and ensure the utmost privacy. Each suite has lockable doors and a key safe in each wardrobe. The curtains are high quality heavy fabric with an attractive tie back sash. Special attention has been paid to building acoustics to minimise noise and all windows and balcony doors are double-glazed. The balconies and patios are able to be personalised by residents with outdoor furniture and potted plants.

Common Areas Description

At Beresford Hall residents have access to all common areas in the service. Those residents located in the dementia-specific wing have full supervised access to all common areas of the facility. The quality of the furniture in the common areas is similar to that of a boutique hotel. There are generous lounges with cushions coffee tables decorative wall units containing porcelain and other curios fireplaces and fresh floral arrangements. A feature of Beresford Hall is the extensive display of art and photography which focuses on the local history of the Rose Bay area. Our facility is designed to facilitate close monitoring by staff in a home-like environment. Beresford Hall is designed to enable easy identification of key living areas by residents and allow for ownership of suites. Common areas are designed to bring together residents in a social environment and to encourage interaction and participation. The focus of the common areas beyond the comfort of residents is to promote a therapeutic environment which fosters the interaction of residents staff and their families.Communal areas are extensive and easily accessible for all residents. The fit-out of the common areas is akin to a boutique hotel. We have described below the various features together with the approximate areas of each. The lower ground floor features a range of common areas for use by all residents including the Health Club Day Spa Restaurant Cinema The Captain Piper Room and Wine Cellar.

Room Name

Deluxe 1

Type

Single room + ensuite

Occupancy

1

No of rooms

3

Room size (sqm)

25.1

Room Description

Beresford Hall sets a new benchmark in residential aged care. Expertly designed by award winning architects Morrison Design Partnership with luxurious interiors by CHADA who designed the Emirates Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa Beresford Hall was built in 2011 and sets a new standard in residential aged care.

Beresford Halls high standard of accommodation is reflected in its achievements as a finalist in the 2012 Australian Property Institute API Excellence in Property Awards and a finalist in the Leading Age Services Australia LASA Building Awards 2012.

Each suite is fully furnished with a hilo bed over-bed table bedside table and lamp spacious wardrobe lounge chair an armchair side board and flat screen television. All suites have high-quality carpet which is attractive modern and durable as well providing for easy maneuverability of mobility aids. The suite allows for residents to personalise their apartment and create a home-like environment. Each apartment is fitted throughout with multiple nurse call bells alarms in key areas has a generous built-in wardrobe that includes hanging space and shelving and provides resident controlled split-system air conditioning for both heating and cooling.

The suites are discrete and ensure the utmost privacy. Each suite has lockable doors and a key safe in each wardrobe. The curtains are high quality heavy fabric with an attractive tie back sash. Special attention has been paid to building acoustics to minimise noise and all windows and balcony doors are double-glazed. The balconies and patios are able to be personalised by residents with outdoor furniture and potted plants.

Common Areas Description

At Beresford Hall residents have access to all common areas in the service. The quality of the furniture in the common areas is similar to that of a boutique hotel. There are generous lounges with cushions coffee tables decorative wall units containing porcelain and other curios fireplaces and fresh floral arrangements. A feature of Beresford Hall is the extensive display of art and photography which focuses on the local history of the Rose Bay area. Our facility is designed to facilitate close monitoring by staff in a home-like environment. Beresford Hall is designed to enable easy identification of key living areas by residents and allow for ownership of suites. Common areas are designed to bring together residents in a social environment and to encourage interaction and participation. The focus of the common areas beyond the comfort of residents is to promote a therapeutic environment which fosters the interaction of residents staff and their families. Communal areas are extensive and easily accessible for all residents. The fit-out of the common areas is akin to a boutique hotel. We have described below the various features together with the approximate areas of each. The lower ground floor features a range of common areas for use by all residents including the Health Club Day Spa Restaurant Cinema The Captain Piper Room and Wine Cellar.

Room Name

Deluxe 3

Type

Single room + ensuite

Occupancy

1

No of rooms

6

Room size (sqm)

21.4

Room Description

Beresford Hall sets a new benchmark in residential aged care. Expertly designed by award winning architects Morrison Design Partnership with luxurious interiors by CHADA who designed the Emirates Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa Beresford Hall was built in 2011 and sets a new standard in residential aged care.

Beresford Halls high standard of accommodation is reflected in its achievements as a finalist in the 2012 Australian Property Institute API Excellence in Property Awards and a finalist in the Leading Age Services Australia LASA Building Awards 2012.

Each suite is fully furnished with a hilo bed over-bed table bedside table and lamp spacious wardrobe lounge chair an armchair side board and flat screen television. All suites have high-quality carpet which is attractive modern and durable as well providing for easy maneuverability of mobility aids. The suite allows for residents to personalise their apartment and create a home-like environment. Each apartment is fitted throughout with multiple nurse call bells alarms in key areas has a generous built-in wardrobe that includes hanging space and shelving and provides resident controlled split-system air conditioning for both heating and cooling.

The suites are discrete and ensure the utmost privacy. Each suite has lockable doors and a key safe in each wardrobe. The curtains are high quality heavy fabric with an attractive tie back sash. Special attention has been paid to building acoustics to minimise noise and all windows and balcony doors are double-glazed. The balconies and patios are able to be personalised by residents with outdoor furniture and potted plants.

Common Areas Description

At Beresford Hall residents have access to all common areas in the service. The quality of the furniture in the common areas is similar to that of a boutique hotel. There are generous lounges with cushions coffee tables decorative wall units containing porcelain and other curios fireplaces and fresh floral arrangements. A feature of Beresford Hall is the extensive display of art and photography which focuses on the local history of the Rose Bay area. Our facility is designed to facilitate close monitoring by staff in a home-like environment. Beresford Hall is designed to enable easy identification of key living areas by residents and allow for ownership of suites. Common areas are designed to bring together residents in a social environment and to encourage interaction and participation. The focus of the common areas beyond the comfort of residents is to promote a therapeutic environment which fosters the interaction of residents staff and their families. Communal areas are extensive and easily accessible for all residents. The fit-out of the common areas is akin to a boutique hotel. We have described below the various features together with the approximate areas of each. The lower ground floor features a range of common areas for use by all residents including the Health Club Day Spa Restaurant Cinema The Captain Piper Room and Wine Cellar.

Room Name

Classic 1

Type

Single room + ensuite

Occupancy

1

No of rooms

4

Room size (sqm)

16

Room Description

Beresford Hall sets a new benchmark in residential aged care. Expertly designed by award winning architects Morrison Design Partnership with luxurious interiors by CHADA who designed the Emirates Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa Beresford Hall was built in 2011 and sets a new standard in residential aged care.

Beresford Halls high standard of accommodation is reflected in its achievements as a finalist in the 2012 Australian Property Institute API Excellence in Property Awards and a finalist in the Leading Age Services Australia LASA Building Awards 2012.

Each suite is fully furnished with a hilo bed over-bed table bedside table and lamp spacious wardrobe lounge chair an armchair side board and flat screen television. All suites have high-quality carpet which is attractive modern and durable as well providing for easy maneuverability of mobility aids. The suite allows for residents to personalise their apartment and create a home-like environment. Each apartment is fitted throughout with multiple nurse call bells alarms in key areas has a generous built-in wardrobe that includes hanging space and shelving and provides resident controlled split-system air conditioning for both heating and cooling.

The suites are discrete and ensure the utmost privacy. Each suite has lockable doors and a key safe in each wardrobe. The curtains are high quality heavy fabric with an attractive tie back sash. Special attention has been paid to building acoustics to minimise noise and all windows and balcony doors are double-glazed. The balconies and patios are able to be personalised by residents with outdoor furniture and potted plants.

Common Areas Description

At Beresford Hall residents have access to all common areas in the service. Those residents located in the dementia-specific wing have full supervised access to all common areas of the facility. The quality of the furniture in the common areas is similar to that of a boutique hotel. There are generous lounges with cushions coffee tables decorative wall units containing porcelain and other curios fireplaces and fresh floral arrangements. A feature of Beresford Hall is the extensive display of art and photography which focuses on the local history of the Rose Bay area. Our facility is designed to facilitate close monitoring by staff in a home-like environment. Beresford Hall is designed to enable easy identification of key living areas by residents and allow for ownership of suites. Common areas are designed to bring together residents in a social environment and to encourage interaction and participation. The focus of the common areas beyond the comfort of residents is to promote a therapeutic environment which fosters the interaction of residents staff and their families.Communal areas are extensive and easily accessible for all residents. The fit-out of the common areas is akin to a boutique hotel. We have described below the various features together with the approximate areas of each. The lower ground floor features a range of common areas for use by all residents including the Health Club Day Spa Restaurant Cinema The Captain Piper Room and Wine Cellar.

Room Name

Classic 4

Type

Single room + ensuite

Occupancy

1

No of rooms

4

Room size (sqm)

19.8

Room Description

Beresford Hall sets a new benchmark in residential aged care. Expertly designed by award winning architects Morrison Design Partnership with luxurious interiors by CHADA who designed the Emirates Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa Beresford Hall was built in 2011 and sets a new standard in residential aged care.

Beresford Halls high standard of accommodation is reflected in its achievements as a finalist in the 2012 Australian Property Institute API Excellence in Property Awards and a finalist in the Leading Age Services Australia LASA Building Awards 2012.

Each suite is fully furnished with a hilo bed over-bed table bedside table and lamp spacious wardrobe lounge chair an armchair side board and flat screen television. All suites have high-quality carpet which is attractive modern and durable as well providing for easy maneuverability of mobility aids. The suite allows for residents to personalise their apartment and create a home-like environment. Each apartment is fitted throughout with multiple nurse call bells alarms in key areas has a generous built-in wardrobe that includes hanging space and shelving and provides resident controlled split-system air conditioning for both heating and cooling.

The suites are discrete and ensure the utmost privacy. Each suite has lockable doors and a key safe in each wardrobe. The curtains are high quality heavy fabric with an attractive tie back sash. Special attention has been paid to building acoustics to minimise noise and all windows and balcony doors are double-glazed. The balconies and patios are able to be personalised by residents with outdoor furniture and potted plants.

Common Areas Description

At Beresford Hall residents have access to all common areas in the service. The quality of the furniture in the common areas is similar to that of a boutique hotel. There are generous lounges with cushions coffee tables decorative wall units containing porcelain and other curios fireplaces and fresh floral arrangements. A feature of Beresford Hall is the extensive display of art and photography which focuses on the local history of the Rose Bay area. Our facility is designed to facilitate close monitoring by staff in a home-like environment. Beresford Hall is designed to enable easy identification of key living areas by residents and allow for ownership of suites. Common areas are designed to bring together residents in a social environment and to encourage interaction and participation. The focus of the common areas beyond the comfort of residents is to promote a therapeutic environment which fosters the interaction of residents staff and their families. Communal areas are extensive and easily accessible for all residents. The fit-out of the common areas is akin to a boutique hotel. We have described below the various features together with the approximate areas of each. The lower ground floor features a range of common areas for use by all residents including the Health Club Day Spa Restaurant Cinema The Captain Piper Room and Wine Cellar.

Room Name

Couple 3

Type

Shared room + ensuite

Occupancy

2

No of rooms

1

Room size (sqm)

50.9

Room Description

Beresford Hall sets a new benchmark in residential aged care. Expertly designed by award winning architects Morrison Design Partnership with luxurious interiors by CHADA who designed the Emirates Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa Beresford Hall was built in 2011 and sets a new standard in residential aged care.Beresford Halls high standard of accommodation is reflected in its achievements as a finalist in the 2012 Australian Property Institute API Excellence in Property Awards and a finalist in the Leading Age Services Australia LASA Building Awards 2012. Each suite is fully furnished with a hilo bed over-bed table bedside table and lamp spacious wardrobe lounge chair an armchair side board and flat screen television. All suites have high-quality carpet which is attractive modern and durable as well providing for easy manoeuvrability of mobility aids. The suite allows for residents to personalise their apartment and create a home-like environment. Each apartment is fitted throughout with multiple nurse call bells alarms in key areas has a generous built-in wardrobe that includes hanging space and shelving and provides resident controlled split-system air conditioning for both heating and cooling.Each suite has above-average floor space for a residential aged care setting. There is sufficient space for easy manipulation of furnituremechanical lifting devices. The generous proportions and floor space of the suites allow for a sense of belonging and familiarity which encourages residents to personalise their living spaces.The suites are discrete and ensure the utmost privacy. Each suite has lockable doors and a key safe in each wardrobe. The curtains are high quality heavy fabric with an attractive tie back sash. Special attention has been paid to building acoustics to minimise noise and all windows and balcony doors are double-glazed. The balconies and patios are able to be personalised by residents with outdoor furniture and potted plants.

Common Areas Description

At Beresford Hall residents have access to all common areas in the service. The quality of the furniture in the common areas is similar to that of a boutique hotel. There are generous lounges with cushions coffee tables decorative wall units containing porcelain and other curios fireplaces and fresh floral arrangements. A feature of Beresford Hall is the extensive display of art and photography which focuses on the local history of the Rose Bay area. Our facility is designed to facilitate close monitoring by staff in a home-like environment. Beresford Hall is designed to enable easy identification of key living areas by residents and allow for ownership of suites. Common areas are designed to bring together residents in a social environment and to encourage interaction and participation. The focus of the common areas beyond the comfort of residents is to promote a therapeutic environment which fosters the interaction of residents staff and their families. Communal areas are extensive and easily accessible for all residents. The fit-out of the common areas is akin to a boutique hotel. We have described below the various features together with the approximate areas of each. The lower ground floor features a range of common areas for use by all residents including the Health Club Day Spa Restaurant Cinema The Captain Piper Room and Wine Cellar. The local environment encourages the residents and their family and friends to enjoy the beauty of Rose Bay and Sydney Harbour with walkways designed for wheelchair access. In this way the design features of Beresford Hall support the safety and security of residents whilst assisting them to maintain their independence.

Room Name

Premier 2

Type

Single room + ensuite

Occupancy

1

No of rooms

7

Room size (sqm)

35

Room Description

Beresford Hall sets a new benchmark in residential aged care. Expertly designed by award winning architects Morrison Design Partnership with luxurious interiors by CHADA who designed the Emirates Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa Beresford Hall was built in 2011 and sets a new standard in residential aged care.

Beresford Hall s high standard of accommodation is reflected in its achievements as a finalist in the 2012 Australian Property Institute API Excellence in Property Awards and a finalist in the Leading Age Services Australia LASA Building Awards 2012.

Each suite is fully furnished with a hilo bed over-bed table bedside table and lamp spacious wardrobe lounge chair an armchair side board and flat screen television. All suites have high-quality carpet which is attractive modern and durable as well providing for easy maneuverability of mobility aids. The suite allows for residents to personalise their apartment and create a home-like environment. Each apartment is fitted throughout with multiple nurse call bells alarms in key areas has a generous built-in wardrobe that includes hanging space and shelving and provides resident controlled split-system air conditioning for both heating and cooling.

The suites are discrete and ensure the utmost privacy. Each suite has lockable doors and a key safe in each wardrobe. The curtains are high quality heavy fabric with an attractive tie back sash. Special attention has been paid to building acoustics to minimise noise and all windows and balcony doors are double-glazed. The balconies and patios are able to be personalised by residents with outdoor furniture and potted plants.

Common Areas Description

At Beresford Hall residents have access to all common areas in the service. The quality of the furniture in the common areas is similar to that of a boutique hotel. There are generous lounges with cushions coffee tables decorative wall units containing porcelain and other curios fireplaces and fresh floral arrangements. A feature of Beresford Hall is the extensive display of art and photography which focuses on the local history of the Rose Bay area. Our facility is designed to facilitate close monitoring by staff in a home-like environment. Beresford Hall is designed to enable easy identification of key living areas by residents and allow for ownership of suites. Common areas are designed to bring together residents in a social environment and to encourage interaction and participation. The focus of the common areas beyond the comfort of residents is to promote a therapeutic environment which fosters the interaction of residents staff and their families. Communal areas are extensive and easily accessible for all residents. The fit-out of the common areas is akin to a boutique hotel. We have described below the various features together with the approximate areas of each. The lower ground floor features a range of common areas for use by all residents including the Health Club Day Spa Restaurant Cinema The Captain Piper Room and Wine Cellar.

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