It can become a pleasant way of life for those moving into the age of leisure, from 70 years on, who no longer have dependants. It’s time to relax, to shrug off stress and relieve the weight of responsibility.

You may want to spend your time quietly in the safe, secure and attractive environment with companionship never far away. 
Or still active in mind and body, you’re seeking a stimulating social life and a range of activities within easy reach.

The luxuries of resort living don’t have to be confined to holidays.

All that, and more, is provided at Beetham Lifestyle Village.
We make retirement stress free and a whole lot of fun.

 

Beetham Lifestyle Village is situated on 12 hectares of flat land at the end of Margaret Place in Lytton West, Gisborne
and takes 15 minutes to walk to the Lytton Road local shops and 4.5 kms from the city centre.

The hub of the village is a community centre called Beetham Lodge with facilities for recreational activities.

Residents have the use of…

  • an indoor heated swimming pool and spa pool
  • gymnasium
  • hobby and craft room
  • library
  • lounge and bar
  • dining room
  • pool table
  • coffee bar
  • hairdressing salon

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Outdoors is a communal recreation area with park-like landscaped grounds and walkways.

The facilities include…

  • a full size all weather bowling green
  • putting green
  • croquet area
  • petanque court
  • a children’s playground

The centre has its own village bus for group outings and shopping excursions. If you prefer to forego the activities, you will appreciate the intangibles that our lifestyle village offers beyond he impressive physical features; like the reassuring feeling of security, the sense of community and the freedom to pursue your own interests, whatever they may be.

Residents have this to say....

We live in a 3 bedroom house with a double garage, 2 bathrooms, substantial living areas, the quality of workmanship in the building itself is nothing but first class. The secret is, don’t leave it too long. Once you’ve decided to move from your exsisting home, I think you move in as soon as you can” - Grant Allan

The costs are very comparable to owning your own home, the extra benefits are that you don’t have to maintain your property and going on holiday is no longer a chore to organise.”

 

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