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Welcome to Trewythen Hall Care Home

Trewythen Hall is a privately owned residential care home between Chester and Wrexham. We are set within 10 acres of parkland and gardens, and located down a country lane in the picturesque village of Gresford. Trewythen Hall Care Home has 30 single rooms fitted with washing or en-suite facilities. We provide long-stay residential care and respite care for the elderly, and are also registered for up to three residents requiring support for early stage dementia.

Our excellent activities team keep residents happy and entertained 6 days a week, and our chefs offer a diverse menu that keeps our residents well fed and healthy. We have two lounges and a “sun-room” to relax in, and there are hairdressing facilities and guest WiFi on site.

Our aim is for residents to feel that Trewythen Hall Care Home is their home, for as long as they wish it to be so. Every resident is treated with respect and as an individual, and encouraged to retain their independence for as long as possible. Please click on the link below to find out more.

Trewythen Park Retirement Cottages

Trewythen Park Retirement Community consists of 19 “close care” cottages within the grounds of Trewythen Hall. There are a mix of single bedroom and two bedroom cottages, both privately owned and available to rent. Trewythen Park is located close to the local shops and library in Gresford, and also bus routes to Wrexham and Chester.

Please come and experience Trewythen Retirement Living near Wrexham and Chester!


Trewythen Hall Care Home

Our Care Home between Wrexham and Chester, provides respite care and long period residential care for the elderly. Click here for more details.

Trewythen Hall

Trewythen Park Cottages

Trewythen Park is situated in mature parkland and offers a peaceful, tranquil, and secure setting for residents over 55 years. Click here for more details.

Trewythen Park

We’re lucky to have in Trewythen a Home which wanted the best for mum. Their tireless efforts ensured she maintained her dignity and individuality. Their work along side the district nurse was truly inspirational. It is how end of life care should be, from what one reads, but so rarely is.”

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