Enjoy a cozy retirement residence with beautiful views and a strong reputation in the Brockville community.
Chartwell Rosedale is a bungalow-style independent living retirement residence overlooking the St. Lawrence River in Brockville. Our single-story design makes all our amenities accessible—from our dining room to our peaceful courtyard. We’re well-known in our local community for delivering that “at-home” feeling, thanks to caring staff and cozy suites.
Home near the heart of Brockville
Here, you can enjoy the convenience of downtown Brockville without the bustle of city living. Experience the views of the St. Lawrence River, or explore nature by visiting a variety of parks, such as Ferguson Falls. You can even take your furry friend to the Brockville Dog Park!
Hobbyists and shoppers alike will appreciate the proximity of specialty shops, as well as 1,000 Islands Mall. Brockville General Hospital is also just a few minutes away, as well as your choice of local pharmacies. You’ll find Highway 2 and Highway 401 make visiting family and friends easy.
A warm, social setting you'll want to call home
You might already be familiar with Chartwell Rosedale from meeting one of our resident ambassadors. Our tight-knit community has an intimate, small-town feeling, where you can participate in engaging social experiences, such as trivia night, book exchanges and our knitting club. Perhaps you’ll also find yourself appreciating the flowers along the walking path that surrounds our residence, or planting some of your own in our beautiful garden. We also host religious services that you and your family are welcome to join.
The dining experience
Dining at Chartwell Rosedale is all about community, freshness, and quality. You can choose from a diverse range of à la carte or featured menu items, served to you with a smile in our dining room. Delicious and healthy, our dishes include homestyle main courses, soups and salads made with seasonal ingredients, and mouth-watering desserts. You are welcome to invite a guest to join you for a meal. Freshly prepared snacks are always available as well.
Activities and amenities
Imagine leaving your suite to find a world of fun and interesting recreation and events to choose from—the social lifestyle is one of the highlights of living at Chartwell Rosedale. Join your peers for a senior-friendly fitness class or go for a walk on the smooth path that curves around the colourful gardens of our one-level residence, offering riverside views. Meet some friends for a game of cards, billiards, or a book club discussion, or watch a classic film or your favourite team in our comfortable TV room. Join your fellow residents for day trips aboard our shuttle, where we visit eateries, cultural venues, and shopping destinations around Brockville.
A selection of inviting suites
PROMO starting from $2,900/month
Our bright, accessible, and welcoming private suites offer two different configurations. There is our cozy studio layout, as well as a spacious one-bedroom suite with kitchenette. These suites are pet friendly, so your small pet can join you too!
Senior living in Brockville
Our established retirement residence is located in the safe and picturesque town of Brockville, in the 1000 Islands region on the shores of the St. Lawrence River. We’re known for our friendly community atmosphere, heritage buildings, and beautiful river views, with convenient urban amenities like healthcare facilities, pharmacies, and the Brockville Lawn Bowling Club close by. Our location just south of Highway 2 makes it easy to get around. Brockville General Hospital is a four-minute drive away.
Things to do in Brockville
Brockville offers plenty of small-town charm and scenic beauty, so there are lots of destinations for you and your friends and family to visit. Go for an outing along the Brock Trail, a paved, 7-km recreational trail along the waterfront that features information plaques about Brockville’s rich history. Hardy Park is an inviting place to have a picnic, do some people watching and see the tour boats come and go (or take a tour yourself!), while the nearby Aquarium is a wonderful spot to learn more about the river’s wildlife. Catch some live entertainment at the Brockville Arts Centre, a beautifully restored heritage theatre, or see the colourful light displays at the Brockville Railway Tunnel, Canada’s oldest railway tunnel. Do some shopping at the Brockville Farmers’ Market or the 1000 Islands Mall. Local restaurants include The Mill Restaurant, The Noshery Steakhouse, and Buell Street Bistro. Fulford Place Museum, a former mansion, is a must-see for its luxurious Edwardian decor.
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.