Lead a social and active retirement in a home with a strong reputation in Chilliwack.
Chartwell Lynnwood Retirement Residence is a vibrant independent living retirement community located in thriving downtown Chilliwack, ideal for seniors looking for the peacefulness of rural living paired with the urban conveniences of city living.
Enjoy our revitalized neighbourhood
Change has arrived in Chilliwack! A major revitalization has swept through the city with new shops and restaurants for you to explore. Re-discover your community and its new offerings, or re-visit local staples, such as Leisure Landing. Let your feet guide you towards neighboring cultural centres and let your mind wander in nearby art galleries. For those who wish to stay active, Townsend Park is just next door, and you won’t want to miss out on the gorgeous views of Mt. Cheam, the Eastern Hillsides and Little Mountain. Chilliwack Hospital is also within walking distance of our residence.
Many amenities for your enjoyment
You’ll find our bright and airy open-concept amenities and beautiful greenspace to be refreshing. From themed celebrations in our large bistro to group activities in the multipurpose room, you can lead the active retirement you desire. Step outside to have your morning coffee on the patio or get involved with our gardening club just waiting for your green thumb - the choice is yours!
The dining experience
At Chartwell Lynwood, we want you to lead the independent, worry-free lifestyle you deserve in your retirement years. That’s why we offer flexible service offerings designed to make your life better, including delicious and wholesome chef-prepared meal options served by friendly staff in our social dining room, featuring open-seating. We also have a private dining room that can be booked for family gatherings, and a large bistro where you can enjoy a hot beverage and freshly prepared snacks whenever you wish.
Activities and amenities
Our retirement community is a lively, engaging place to call home, not only because of our residents and staff, but the many optional activities we offer. Consider joining us for a yoga class, meeting of the gardening club, billiards, or shuffleboard—or why not try our Rhythm ‘n’ Moves exercise program, take in some live entertainment, or participate in a fun outing to a nearby restaurant, local art gallery or Landing Leisure Centre? You can also go for a stroll or do tai chi in Townsend Park just next door! Here, you choose how you spend each day with us, and there’s always something interesting happening if you feel like socializing, pursuing a hobby or adding some variety to your day.
A selection of inviting suites
Starting from $2,605/month
At Chartwell Lynnwood, we have a wide range of suite plans for you to explore. These include spacious studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom layouts—many featuring full kitchens, a patio or balcony, air conditioning and gorgeous mountain views. We also offer parking, storage lockers and transportation services.
Senior living in Chilliwack
Located across the street from the Landing Leisure Centre, an art gallery, cultural centre and Chilliwack General Hospital, our retirement residence is close to many restaurants and shops in Chilliwack’s thriving, revitalized downtown. It is also situated on the same corner as two other Chartwell retirement residences! If you don’t fancy a stroll, we provide outdoor parking spots for residents who drive, as well as transportation services upon appointment.
Things to do in Chilliwack
Chilliwack is a beautiful city in the Fraser Valley surrounded by mountains and scenic recreational areas, well-situated near Vancouver. It’s a wonderful place to call home, not only because of the gorgeous mountain views and associated parks – Bridal Veil Falls, Chilliwack Lake and Cultus Lake Provincial Parks, and Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve – but the many new shops and restaurants to explore in the revitalized downtown. If you’re moving to a Chilliwack seniors’ residence, there are many cultural attractions nearby, including the Chilliwack Cultural Centre, local art galleries, and the province’s second largest independent bookstore, The Book Man. Don’t forget popular annual events, such as the Chilliwack Tulip Festival and the Chilliwack Sunflower Festival. You can also take in a variety of agricultural attractions by picking your own juicy blueberries at Klaassen Farms, wandering through the corn maze and pumpkin patch at Fantasy Farms, and eating ribs, enjoying live country music, and picking up fresh garlic at the annual garlic festival.
Shopping for retirement homes?
There are many important factors to consider when trying to find the best retirement community for yourself or a loved one. Practical considerations like location, cost and the right support or care services for your unique needs, emotional considerations like how the residence made you feel and your interactions with staff, and so much more. Read our helpful guide today for questions to ask during a tour, topics to discuss with family, and how to make a decision you can feel confident in.