St. Teresa's Nursing Home Cashel

St. Teresa's Nursing Home Cashel
Friar St
Co. Tipperary

Contact: Michelle Devaney

Tel No: 00353 (0) 62 61477

HIQA Reports

St Teresa’s Nursing Home was originally established in 1999 as a fifteen-bedded centre on John Street in Cashel but relocated in 2003 to its current location in the old Presentation Convent as a thirty-bedded unit.
Long-term, respite, convalescence and palliative care are provided.

Cashel town is one of the most spectacular and visited tourist attractions in Ireland because it is home to the world famous Rock of Cashel and one of our very unique features is that they have a view of the Rock from each bed-room window, a design feature they are very proud of.

The building was originally built as a convent in the mid 1800’s and is located on a large private 2 acre secure site in the centre of Cashel town with direct and easy access to all the amenities normally available in a busy tourist location.

It is a three-storey limestone structure that has been extensively refurbished by its present owners.
Residents are accommodated on the first and second floors.

St Teresa’s Nursing Home have a wide range of everyday activities to enhance the quality of life of their residents and because of their very central location residents have direct access to the Parish Church which is next door to the nursing home.

Residents have access to all of the grounds but mostly utilize the grounds to the rear of the building, which offers seating and sidewalks with no steps or obstacles.

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Residential Care Inspections

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St. Teresa's Nursing Home Cashel | Tipperary Private Nursing Homes in Ireland

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