A warm welcome to Eithinog
We provide support and nursing care for adults who have a physical disability with complex needs. Our team is fully trained and we’re regulated by the Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales.
You’ll find us on the outskirts of Colwyn Bay, overlooking mountains and the sea. As an Eithinog resident, you’ll have free access to the nearby Welsh Mountain Zoo. The town is on a main line station, with other close attractions including the beach, the promenade, indoor shopping precinct, sports centre, leisure pool and cinema. We are also close to the larger seaside resort of Llandudno.
Facilities for you
Eithinog is an extended Victorian detached home. There are beautiful views from many spots around the gardens and grounds.
Our facilities include:
- 34 bedrooms, most with overhead hoists
- separate unit with a hydropool, offering phsiotherapy, hydrotherapy and other complementary therapies
- relaxation sensory room with a part-time therapist
- lounge and dining room
- well-maintained garden and patio
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.
Enjoy being active
We offer a range of things to do in and out of the home. From arts and crafts, reading, cooking, group sessions for Welsh speakers, games, quiz nights, relaxation classes, music workshops and movie afternoons.
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.
Whatever activities you’d like to do, you can always talk to one of our team about the different choices available to you.
‘My name is Linda and I’ve lived at Eithinog for 12 years now.
‘All the carers here are really good and look after us the best way they can. We have 24-hour care, and any time of the day or night, if we want anything, they will be there.
‘My favourite thing is going to college — I go every Monday. I’m learning Welsh history and the Welsh language. I’ve been going for four years and I really enjoy it.
‘I didn't know anybody until I came here, but they're all really nice and very kind. Friendship is the most important thing of all, and when you come here, you are welcomed with open arms.’