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BRITON HOUSE RETIREMENT CENTRE (THE)  

Amenities - Including: "Services Available" section below.

  • Parking available (indoor, for visitors: free and residents: $100.00/month)
  • 5 lounges with: TV (1), piano (1), fireplace (2) and library (1)
  • Residence has a:
    • library
    • chapel
    • barber/beauty shop
    • laundry room(s) ($2.25/washer load, $2.00/dryer load)
  • Resident can arrange newspaper delivery to individual suite
  • Mail delivered to private mailbox with key
  • Recreation Facilities:
    • pool table
    • shuffleboard
    • exercise room
    • card room
    • swimming pool
    • concert hall
    • large sky-lit Atrium with English Garden & mini-golf
    • Thai Breezes [simulated sunroom]
  • Posted schedule of activities
  • Internal newsletter for residents
  • Recreational Programs:
    • exercise
    • shopping
    • theatre
    • parties
    • entertainment
    • art classes
    • pet visiting
    • day trips
    • bridge
    • bingo
    • gardening
    • aquafit
    • lectures
    • monthly outings
    • computer classes

 

Services

  • Housekeeping: weekly (included in fee)
  • Laundry: linen (included in fee), towel (included in fee), personal (extra cost - Personal Laundry fee applies or coin laundry), dry cleaning (extra cost - Dry cleaner nearby)
  • 24 hour security
  • Nightly security checks
  • (fee applies)
  • Telephone (extra cost)
  • Cable TV (extra cost)
  • Internet (extra cost)
  • Utilities (included in fee)
  • Safety checks at mealtimes [included in fee]

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