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Martello House (Pembrokeshire County Council Adults And Children's Services) - Care Home

Last updated: 01/12/2023

This resource is regulated. (More about Regulated Services)

This provider is registered with the Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW) or equivalent.
This provider was last inspected on: 09/07/2023. Latest inspection report.
This home is registered for a maximum of 8 beds for people aged between 18 and 100+.
This care home has vacancies.

This care home is provided by: Pembrokeshire County Council Adults And Children's Services

Care provided:

Nursing Mental Health Learning Disabilities
Day services Respite care

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What we do

A care home is a residential setting where a number of people live.

Residential care is often provided for people that may have difficulty living independently, however some people prefer to live in a residential care facility due to it providing security, social interaction and ongoing support and assistance that is unobtainable through care at home (i.e. domiciliary care). People often have the misconception that residential care is a "last resort" and only need a care home when they are very unwell or completely unable to manage, however there are many residents that simply enjoy the many benefits a care home has to offer.

This care home has a minimum weekly fee of £0.00 and a maximum weekly fee of £0.00.
Will a local authority top-up apply? - No.

Facilities offered:

Room facilities

  • En-suite
  • WiFi in own room


  • Access to outdoor space
  • Exercise
  • Internet access


  • Residents kitchenette
  • Visiting GP
  • Visiting physiotherapist

Food hygiene rating:

3 - Hygiene standards are generally satisfactory