Park Place, Lincolnshire

A range of retirement options in Lincolnshire

Park Place retirement village is situated in the rural Lincolnshire market town of Boston. It provides residents with the opportunity to enjoy an independent retirement lifestyle, where every day can feel like a holiday.

What’s more, practical care and support is available as and when it may be required. That ensures peace of mind for both residents and their families.

Nestled within three acres of landscaped grounds, close to one of the town’s most established parks, it’s still only two miles from the centre of Boston. Park Place is a perfect retirement option if you are looking for a quiet environment with the convenience of local amenities on the doorstep.

Find something to suit your retirement needs

Park Place provides a range of living options for the over 55’s, whatever you require you can be sure that we have a suitable lifestyle choice.

There are 28 apartments in seven blocks of four dotted around the beautiful Park Place gardens, where residents can live independently. However, please note there is no communal space and if residents require lifts they must purchase them separately unless they are already installed on the stairs. 

For those who need a little support in later life, there are two care homes at Park Place: The Gardens and Elmwood House, each with 42 bedrooms. The Gardens is a residential home, while Elmwood provides nursing care and has 11 rooms equipped for specialist dementia care. They provide a safe and secure environment for people living with dementia.  Care services are operated by HC-One.

Your comfort is our priority

Each independent apartment has been carefully designed for senior living, including little touches to make life easier.  Residents can also benefit from the village mini bus, which is available once a week for trips to the local supermarket.

The facilities at Park Place ensure residents can live their life with ease and in comfort in a homely environment, as our staff have everything in hand to be able to provide the exact support and care required.

Residents within the HC-One operated care homes have access to comfortable lounges, wide screen televisions and dining areas. There is also a village hairdresser who visits regularly.

The care homes are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).