Kathryn and Stephen Byrne welcome you to Springfields.

We started Springfields in 1984 and is our home and livelihood.

For it to be successful we wish to give our residents and their families the best care that we can.

About us

Springfields is primarily for the accommodation of people above retirement age. Our rooms are normally all single rooms with en suite facilities, but many are large enough to accommodate married couples, in comfort, who wish to share a room. All rooms are available fully furnished, however, residents are welcome to bring small items of furniture that are of special value to them. 

The house was formerly the village rectory, and is ideal for its present purpose, with wide level corridors and large rooms. All bedrooms are on the ground or first floors. A passenger lift to the first floor is available to those who find stairs difficult. Bath and shower rooms are adapted for the use of all residents. Bath hoists in particular enable everyone to enjoy a good soak with little effort.

Our four sitting rooms are where many of our residents choose to spend much of their day, reading, chatting and socialising with each other as well as the staff and the constant stream of visitors to the house. The “New Lounge” has a library of books that is changed regularly whilst the “Old Lounge” is where residents gather in the evening to watch television together. For those who wish to view during the daytime, all bedrooms are provided with televisions. 

Springfield park

Aims and Objectives

When fit and active, most people will prefer to live in their own home. However there may come a time when daily tasks become difficult to accomplish without help.

Our aim at Springfields is to give people the freedom to live as they choose, with as much or as little help as they wish.
It is important that all residents feel that they have their own space, which is unique to them, where they can do as they please. All bedrooms are treated by staff as private rooms not to be entered without the agreement of the resident concerned.

Over the years we have developed our skills and facilities to enable us to care for residents with a wide range of needs. Our staff undertake a continuing program of training in various specialist fields that helps to ensure that our residents are receiving care of the highest quality