Be treated with dignity & respect in our quality aged care facilities.
Come and see for yourself all that Cambridge Resthaven has to offer.
50 years ago, a group of dedicated Cambridge people fundraised and built Cambridge’s first community-owned rest home, Cambridge Resthaven. We are a not for profit Community Charitable Trust and proud to be 100% Cambridge owned.
We are celebrating 50 years in November 2022 - find out here how to join in our fabulous celebrations!
We have two campuses - The original campus in Vogel Street was established nearly 50 years ago and has a retirement village and care centre set among beautiful established trees next to the greenbelt, with great views of the countryside and close to Cambridge's shops and amenities. In April 2020, the Cambridge Resthaven family expanded to add a second care centre, Resthaven on Burns - situated across the river in picturesque Burns Street in Leamington.
As Cambridge has grown, Cambridge Resthaven has grown too, providing services for the local Cambridge community through Meals on Wheels, a visiting service for the elderly, craft days, the Freedom Wheelers, Showtime Travel Connect and even a community time capsule.
2022 is an exciting year for two momentous reasons...
In March 2022 we embarked on an exciting development project called Apartments on Vogel. Seventy-seven new supported living apartments are planned to be built on the current Vogel Street site in the next three to five years.
In November 2022, Cambridge Resthaven will mark 50 years. From small beginnings in 1972, our community organisation is proud to be celebrating 50 years of service to this wonderful community.
Residents are supported with care & dignity in the privacy of their own rooms
The atmosphere at Resthaven is relaxed and residents' choice of how they want to pace their lives is respected and incorporated as much as possible. The ladies and gentlemen who have chosen Resthaven to be their home are supported with care and dignity in the privacy of their own rooms. Staff encourage and support residents to remain as independent as they can, supporting them to do as much for themselves as possible.