Be part of our intimate, close-knit community, set in beautiful natural surroundings in Kingston.
Chartwell Conservatory Pond is an intimate and inviting retirement residence with a strong local reputation in the Kingston community. Featuring lush natural surroundings—not to mention a beautiful pond that offers stunning views—our neighbourhood is a beautiful place to call home. We provide an independent living lifestyle that is personalized to your unique needs and preferences, giving you the peace of mind you deserve.
Life in Kingston
Conveniently located near the intersection of Bath Road and Bayridge Drive, Chartwell Conservatory Pond is close to an abundance of services and amenities within walking and driving distance—including a grocery store and pharmacy right across the street—making running errands effortless. Our central location is also just a few minutes from Gardiner's Road, featuring many retailers, restaurants, movie theatres, and medical clinics. Here, you can enjoy a quiet neighbourhood while being close to everything Kingston has to offer.
Feel at home here
As you walk through our doors, you'll find our retirement home is defined by comfortable furnishings, a warm colour palette, and a high-ceilinged dining room with large windows where you’ll find yourself enjoying a delicious meal prepared by our award-winning chef. Our suites are equally attractive and come in a selection of spacious and well-designed studio, one- and two-bedroom layouts that feel modern and fresh. Meanwhile, the living experience of our residents is elevated thanks to our lovely walking trails around the building, an outdoor patio that serves as a gathering place, and gardens where you can plant flowers or vegetables. You'll also love all our wildlife sightings—from birds to rabbits!
The dining experience
Dining at Chartwell Conservatory Pond is a wonderful social experience with friendly staff, a diverse menu, daily specials and flexible dining times. You’re in for a treat from the moment you’re greeted in our bright, open dining room!
We love to make the most of the season’s bounty to ensure your food is fresh, delicious, and healthy. Every meal has been created by chefs and approved by dietitians, and we’re happy to accommodate your special dietary needs as well.
Activities and amenities
Our residence has a vibrant, community feel with residents who bring a strong sense of belonging, purpose, and fun. We understand that there’s no one-size-fits-all way you want to spend your retirement. That’s why we’ve developed an activity schedule that has a multitude of interests and goals in mind. Many of our residents are looking to meet new friends and socialize. Some are looking for intellectual stimulation, a deeper connection to spirituality, or to continue volunteering. You’re free to join as many activities as you like: programs take place in our in-house amenities from the activity and games rooms to the library and fitness room.
A selection of inviting suites
Starting from $4,435/month
Our pet-friendly suites are self-contained to give you autonomy and privacy, with full access to a wealth of activities and amenities. We have suites in three configurations. Studios suites are perfect for one; one-bedroom and two-bedroom suites are great for couples or singles looking for more room.
Senior living in Kingston
Chartwell Conservatory Pond is in a wonderful central neighbourhood surrounded by nature, whether you’re appreciating the views from our large windows or enjoying the environment while on a stroll. We’re directly across the street from a large grocery store and pharmacy, with more shopping options just down the road. The residence is also close to places of worship, curling clubs, the Royal Canadian Legion, golf courses, parks, trails and more! Downtown Kingston is minutes away, with plenty more services and amenities.
Things to do in Kingston
Kingston is a city with a rich history and vibrant, bustling core. Take a sunset cruise through the 1000 Islands or take the ferry to Wolfe Island for a day of exploring. For a scenic walk, try the Kingston Waterfront Rideau Trail, a wheelchair-accessible paved path that takes you past many beautiful sights, food vendors, and historical points of interest. Or explore the 15 km K&P Trail, a multi-use path that served as a railway track in the 1800s.
Be a lifelong learner at the Kingston Seniors Association. You’ll find courses in everything from woodcarving and Pilates to juggling and bucket drumming. The Memorial Centre Farmers’ Market is a wonderful place to enjoy local food and meet local farmers and producers. History buffs will appreciate Kingston’s many sites and museums. Visit the Military Communications and Electronics Museum or the Fort Henry National Historical Site, or take a walking tour to discover historically important landmarks in Kingston’s downtown area.
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..