Bangeston Hall is a stunning home situated in 7 acres of grounds in Pembroke Dock on the edge of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The service offers residential care and support for up to 16 adults with complex needs associated with autism. With a large impressive main building that comprises of 10-bedrooms and lots of communal space inside and out, Bangeston Hall provides plenty of options for residents to enjoy their peace and quiet, whilst lounges, entertainment facilities, a music room and dining areas, as well as large swathes of gardens and allotments, a huge polytunnel and a small-holding, provide opportunities to get together for a walk, bike ride or a chat, or to enjoy some gardening or animal care. In addition, at the rear of the main house, The Lodge is a 5-bed home arranged around an open plan lounge, kitchen and dining room with en-suite facilities, and with each bedroom having direct access to a bright outdoor patio area. A further sole occupancy self-contained flat provides an additional living option.
Bedrooms are individually designed and furnished according to the specific needs of the resident.
Testimonials: ‘It is a lovely place. He is happy, he calls it home. I sleep well knowing he is safe and happy’ Parent ‘I’m impressed with the quality of care and empathy displayed by key workers without exception. I know my son is in good hands and is being cared for.’ Parent ‘My son absolutely loves being at Bangeston. The service he gets there is excellent.’ Parent