Bath’s famous Roman baths and stunning architecture attract 3.8 million visitors a year. The Georgians revitalised the Roman tradition after the curative effects of the spring water was espoused during the 18th century with the city attracting well-heeled Londoners seeking to escape the summer heat in London. During this time a great deal of development was undertaken using Bath stone including the famous Royal Crescent. All of this combined made Bath a world heritage site in 1987. Hamberley’s small contribution to this beautiful city’s architecture will be located approximately 2.5 miles from the city centre and provide 63 luxury care home beds for the community.
This home was completed in April 2017.