Killure Bridge Nursing Home is a home away from home. This locally owned home is renowned for its warm and friendly staff and the excellent care provided to residents. The Nursing Home is surrounded by 4 acres of landscaped gardens and has an interior floor area of 33,000 sq. ft. Our main aim is to provide all our residents with as much home comfort as possible, while still encouraging independent living in conjunction with our every service.
Importance of Flu Vaccine
Don’t forget to get the flu vaccine if visiting residents in Killure Bridge Nursing Home. Remind all visitors who have any symptoms of flu like illness not to visit Nursing Home. If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact us.
Our Care Services
We acknowledge that as people differ, so too do their needs. Depending on the physical and cognitive needs of a person, we will guide you as to the best care options available.
A home from home
Long Term Care
Bringing you back to health
Supporting you by supporting your caregivers
Providing relief and comfort during serious illness
Spacious and Cheerful
The spacious bedrooms are cheerful, bright and airy. Most rooms are en-suite, with some shared rooms for those who prefer company. Each Resident has their own telephone (for incoming calls), double built in wardrobe, ample space for personal items and a variety of views from each bedroom.
Appealing and Nutritionally balanced
Our varied menu is both appealing and nutritionally balanced. There is always a choice on the menu. Special diets such as diabetic, low cholesterol etc are also catered for. We endeavour to cater for the individual dietary needs of each residents and as far as possible the needs of our visitors.
4 Acres of Landscaped Gardens
Our beautifully landscaped gardens complement the Nursing Homes own private lake, named Suibhneas, which is the Irish for “calm”. The lake contains water features including a fountain, weeping rock and a duck house.
Stunning views of the surrounding countryside.
Killure Bridge Nursing Home has several large living areas. Our south facing Sun Room provides a place for residents to enjoy the great views and benefit from the secure patio area. Living areas include a Library, Private Dining Area, Oratory, Sitting Room, Sunroom and more.
Surrounded by 4 Acres of
I was the first resident in the door 15 years ago. My husband had just died and it was the new life I needed to keep going. I have never looked back.
In Other News
- We have three centenarians now in Killure Bridge Nursing Home. Pictured here are Sadie, Mai and Mary who have all turned one hundred years old.