Beechlawn Nursing Home

Beechlawn Nursing Home
Gracepark Road
Dublin 9

Contact: Natasha Kennedy

Tel No. 00353 (0) 1 8369622
Email: [email protected]

HIQA Reports

Beechlawn Nursing Home | Dublin Voluntary Nursing Homes in Ireland

Beechlawn House Nursing Home is a purpose-built 40 bed centre providing long term care to persons under and over the age of 65 and dementia care.

The centre is a two-storey building, however all residents reside on the ground floor. Accommodation consists of 14 single and eight twin bedrooms with full en suite and one ten-bedded room.

The centre is part of a campus which consists of two sheltered houses providing accommodation for 19 people. A convent is attached to the centre via an adjoining door.

The entrance to the premises is via a large electronically operated gate. The grounds are fully enclosed and provide extensive walks/pathways for residents to enjoy.
Ample car parking space is available.

Beechlawn House Nursing Home is located adjacent to Hyde Park housing estate on Grace Park Road, Drumcondra, approximately one kilometre from Whitehall church and three kilometres. from Dublin city centre.
The area is well serviced with buses to and from the city centre.

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