Abbeywell Court

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Location marker icon Dragon Square, Chesterton, Newcastle under Lyme, ST5 7HL Location marker icon 01782 561 769

About Abbeywell Court

Located in Chesterton, a former mining village in Newcastle-under- Lyme, Abbeywell Court is close to local shops and amenities. The home offers flexible care of nursing and dementia care services for the elderly. Abbeywell Court is a purpose-built home featuring 45 en-suite bedrooms over two floors. Each of our bedrooms is tastefully decorated allowing for residents to add their personal touch through incorporating their own belongings. The room offers a private telephone and TV connection with mobility and safety features. For the protection of the residents, a personal alarm system is in each room and communal areas.

Additionally, home features ample communal areas like lounges, dining areas, activities room, an enclosed courtyard with an outdoor terrace and lovely gardens with seating for residents to enjoy and and maintain a healthy, active lifestyle. We are situated close to local attractions like Apedale Community County Park, Apedale Heritage centre, Moseley Railway and Trentham Gardens.

Abbeywell Court offers a happy, homely environment with a team of dedicated staff who go over and above to meet resident needs. The home offers a person-tailored care, with the understanding each person has their own specific needs and preferences to ensure each resident lives a fulfilling and happy life.

Activities at Abbeywell Court

Abbeywell Court offers its residents a wide range of lifestyle activities that are ongoing each week and provide the hub for the home’s lifestyle programme. Some activities include:

  • Movie nights

  • Live entertainment

  • Karaoke

  • 1:1 activities

  • Outdoor activities

  • Spiritual events

  • Puzzles

  • Arts and crafts

  • Music therapy

  • Hairdresser and Chiropodist Visits


Landscaped Garden

Wheelchair Access


Enclosed courtyard



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Can we customise the bedrooms?

We want you, or your loved one, to feel at home in our home. Residents are able to bring in personal possessions such as soft furnishings, photos and other personal items. The items also need to pass a fire safety risk assessment, which will be conducted by the home staff. 

How do I know if I, or my loved one, needs care?

If you, or your loved one seems lonely, depressed, are falling more frequently, are struggling with basic tasks such as eating, cleaning and dressing, are neglecting personal and home cleanliness and are struggling to remember things, these might be signs that you or a loved one is in need of care. Our homes will do a full assessment to determine what type of care is best suited for you or your loved one. 

What are mealtimes like at your homes?

Mealtimes are very important at all our care homes and our staff take extra heed that any dietary preferences are duly noted. Apart from the regular three meals per day, our homes offer snacks and refreshments throughout the day. Food is served in our well-presented restaurant style dining rooms. If residents wish to or require, they can have their meals in their rooms.

What type of funding do you accept?

For more information on funding your care, or your loved ones care, please visit 

Find us

By Car:

Postcode for navigation: ST5 7HL

By Public Transport:

Bus route 4 stops at Rosevale Court bus stop which is a 1-minute walk from the home