Lead the independent lifestyle you want, paired with convenient services, delicious dining, and engaging activities.
Chartwell Langley Gardens is an established continuum of care retirement residence with a warm, family feel and a strong reputation in the North Langley community. We offer multiple levels of care under one roof—from independent living and assisted living to Memory Living and long term care. We are an attractive choice for couples with differing care needs, and you’ll find we boast an engaging population of residents as a result!
A neighbourhood you’ll want to call home
A part of the family-friendly Walnut Grove neighbourhood, our retirement residence blends seamlessly with our lush community, where you’ll find an abundance of mature trees, parks, and greenery. Also nearby is shopping, restaurants, and other accessible local amenities, with Walnut Grove Walking Trail connected to our very backyard. For visiting family and friends, we’re within an easy distance of Highway 1 and the Golden Ears Bridge too.
Amazing selection of private suites
If you’re seeking an active, worry-free retirement, our suites offer the perfect marriage of freedom, vibrancy, and convenience. We offer a wide selection of open-concept studio, one-, one-plus-den and two-bedroom suites, some featuring fireplaces, balconies, in-suite laundry, and exclusive courtyard views!
The dining experience
Look forward to delicious, nutritious meals at Chartwell Langley Gardens. Our food service team prepares a variety of dishes to suit your tastes and dietary requirements, keeping freshness and presentation among our top priorities. Enjoy seasonal menus, flexible dining times, continental breakfasts, and freshly-prepared snacks, in addition to classic entrées and tasty soups, salads and desserts. You may like to book our private dining room to host your friends and family—simply decide on a menu and we’ll take care of the rest.
Activities and amenities
Who decides how you spend each day at Chartwell Langley Gardens? You do! Our team is pleased to offer an assortment of optional recreational, social, and educational programs to fit your interests. How about a senior-friendly exercise class to keep yourself active, a game of billiards with your neighbours, or sipping a drink at Happy Hour? Our residents also enjoy gardening on our well-kept grounds, getting pampered in our salon, reading in the library, or taking a shopping trip aboard our private shuttle bus. The main gathering places of our residence include our open-concept main lounge, which features a piano and fireplace, plus our inviting interior courtyard.
A selection of inviting suites
Starting from $3,140/month
It’s easy to appreciate the warm, homey atmosphere at Chartwell Langley Gardens. We offer a wide selection of well-appointed and comfortable suites: open-concept studios, one-bedroom, one-bedroom-plus-den, and two-bedroom suites, all with a kitchenette or kitchen. Some suites may also offer fireplaces, balconies, in-suite laundry, or exclusive courtyard views.
Senior living in Langley
We’re located in the attractive, family-friendly Walnut Grove neighbourhood of North Langley, known for its mature trees, parks, and greenery. Shopping, restaurants, and other accessible amenities and services are nearby, and the scenic Walnut Grove Walking Trail is connected to our own backyard. Highway 1 and the Golden Ears Bridge are not far, so it’s easy for you to visit friends and family. Langley offers an inviting combination of natural landscapes and urban amenities and attractions, all with an appealing small-city atmosphere.
Things to do in Langley
Langley is home to a number of fun and interesting venues and attractions. Try a visit to a local farmers market like Ralph’s, take in high tea at the Little White House, or sip and savour a new vintage at the bistro at Caberton Estate Winery. Farm tours are also popular, so you and your peers or family can enjoy fresh farm-to-table fare such as berry milkshakes at Krause Berry Farms. For history fans, there’s the Fort Langley National Historic Site or the Canadian Museum of Flight, while arts lovers will appreciate a visit to see the latest exhibit at the Kube Gallery, a live musical show at Bez Arts or the Fort Langley Film Festival. You can also look forward to seasonal events, such as the holiday lights tour at Christmas Glow. You may want to practice your swing at the driving range at Redwoods Golf Course. The Greater Vancouver Zoo is just a short drive away.
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..