DanybrynThis page in Welsh/Y dudalen hon yn Gymraeg
A warm welcome to Danybryn
We provide support and nursing care for disabled adults in a friendly and safe home. Our team is fully trained and we’re regulated by the Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales (CSSIW).
You’ll find us in the peaceful village of Radyr. Surrounded by beautiful landscaped gardens, our home is a newly refurbished Victorian house about five miles from Cardiff city centre.
We’re a short walk from a range of local amenities including shops, churches, a local library and a beauty salon. We’re also only a short distance from historic places of interest including Castle Coch and the museum of historic dwelling places.
Facilities for you
Danybryn is a recently refurbished, detached Victorian home with extensive grounds. There’s always room for you to welcome your family and friends or get together with other residents.
Our facilities include:
- 30 spacious bedrooms with ensuite facilities
- assistive technology, which enables residents to easily operate phones, doors, lights, curtains etc.
- shared areas including lounge, dining room and activities room
- physiotherapy room
- well-maintained garden
We make sure mealtimes can be enjoyed by everyone. Our menus are planned by our residents and staff, and special diets are always catered for by our chef.
We organise regular trips out, including to the botanical gardens, museums, rugby and football matches, and to pubs and seaside resorts.
We also like to organise events at the home, such as fun days, musical evenings and fundraisers. You’ll have the chance to be social, get creative or enjoy exercise — you choose.
Group activities aren’t for everyone and you might just want to do things on your own. If so, we can help. If you need support, one option is to find a volunteer to come along with you.
Whatever activities you’d like to do, you can always talk to one of our team about the different choices available to you.
‘I know there are people I can talk to if I ever have any issues.
‘I love hiking and the outdoors. I’ve been to the summit of Ben Nevis and Snowdon in my wheelchair. I’m hoping to do another challenge soon with my son.
‘I go out a lot — I really like to just get on the train into Cardiff and wander around for the day. I also watch a great deal of football — I’m a Manchester City supporter, and I’d be lost without it!’