Ellisfields Court is an elegant development of 58 one and two bedroom Assisted Living apartments for the over 70s in a fantastic location adjacent to Vivary Park and ideally located for Taunton town centre.
If you are looking to live in a beautiful new apartment that you own but also want the peace of mind knowing that there is support on hand, Ellisfields Court could be the answer.
You’ll benefit from our care and support packages* tailored to suit you. Many homeowners request a wake up call in the mornings and receive flexible levels of care that can be increased or decreased as they need it. Cooking and cleaning can be a thing of the past with a three course lunch provided every day in the table-service restaurant* - so you can sit back and relax knowing that everything is taken care of. You can view our restaurant menu here. Why not arrange a visit, take a tour of the development and enjoy a three course lunch on us?
There are good local transport links with an extensive bus service connecting the local towns and villages such as Bishop's Hull, Priorswood, Wellington, Sherford and Stoke St Mary. Taunton train station provides services to Exeter, Plymouth, Penzance, Cardiff; Manchester and London Paddington and the town is close to the M5 motorway.
* A charge applies.
Taunton benefits from excellent amenities, located on Mount Street, Ellisfields Court is close to the main shopping area which includes a number of supermarkets, major banks and building societies, a library, a post office.
The county town of Taunton in Somerset is situated on the River Tone in-between the Quantock, Blackdown and Brendon hills. This lively town has three shopping centres, and hosts many events throughout the year, including the West Country Carnival and Taunton Flower Show. Home to Somerset County Cricket Club, the town is considered to be the birthplace of farmhouse cider.
Taunton's most important secular historic monument is Taunton Castle, which has been designated by the English Heritage as a grade I listed building. The Castle dates from the 12th century and houses the Museum of Somerset which had a £7 million refurbishment in 2011.