The Old Rectory, the sister home to Galltfaenan Hall, provides high quality, long term and respite care for adults with learning disabilities.
Set in its own lovely garden with well-tended lawns, the property stands in a convenient location on the outskirts of Trefnant village, in the scenic Denbighshire countryside of North Wales. We are within easy reach of local shops and amenities, like the local bowling green and village pub.
Offering nine spacious, bright and well-appointed single rooms over two floors, we have a great mix of male and female residents, aged 18 and upwards.
Some are from close by, whilst others have origins elsewhere in Wales and the wider UK.
Opened in 1989 as a dedicated residential care service facility, The Old Rectory is a wonderful place to live, offering a family-friendly residence, where everyone is encouraged to achieve their full potential.
For everyone who resides at The Old Rectory, our aims and philosophies have remained constant. We seek to empower all the individuals in our care, striving to fulfil their emotional, psychological and spiritual needs, so that they can make their own decisions, within an environment that is both caring and supportive.
"Where everyone is encouraged to achieve their potential and realise their aspirations."
The Old Rectory shares the same philosophy as Galltfaenan Hall. Individual respect and dignity is the foundation of our care.
Our facilities include:
- Privately owned, family-friendly care home
- High standard of care provided by long-standing and fully trained staff
- Flexible daily routine
- Life skills teaching
- Off-site vocational opportunities
- Much interaction with Galltfaenan Hall and sharing of facilities
- The Welsh language is spoken
The Old Rectory is the ideal place to live for those with a learning disability.
Highly qualified and dedicated staff, offering superior levels of care, where the routine is seen as important but flexible, ensure that every day is different, relaxed and productive.