Enjoy independence and peace of mind in an inviting and vibrant retirement residence in Leamington
Chartwell Leamington is a welcoming, diverse retirement community in the sunny town of Leamington—part of a mature residential area—offering independent living options with flexible care services for an active, fulfilling retirement. Our bright, one-level retirement residence is well known in our local community due to our friendly and engaged staff and management team, who have contributed to our strong reputation for care and customer service. In fact, our home has won many community awards, such as the Leamington Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Award in 2020.
Here, we offer a selection of well-appointed studio, one-bedroom, and one-bedroom-plus-den suites, all featuring private balconies and fireplaces. You'll also benefit from three delicious and nutritious meals per day, weekly housekeeping, medication management, optional social and leisure experiences, as well as a variety of personal care services tailored to your needs. We're also pet-friendly!
Location, location, location
Nestled along the shores of Lake Erie, our quiet, uptown neighbourhood is nearby many local amenities within walking distance of the downtown core, like shopping, restaurants, liquor stores, banks, places of worship and Erie Shores Healthcare. We are also conveniently located near Highway 401, with Windsor and the U.S border close by. If you wish to stay active, you'll find an abundance of parks and walking paths around, such as Seacliff Park and the breathtaking Point Pelée National Park, known as Canada's second smallest and most ecologically diverse park.
Convenient on-site amenities and engaging activities
At Chartwell Leamington, you'll find all our on-site amenities are designed for your comfort and accessibility, allowing you to take advantage of our many social experiences. Here, you can enjoy our dining room, gardens, chapel, library, bistro, walking paths, and much more! In addition, you're welcome to join us in one of our many diverse programs, or social events we schedule each month. We also have our very own shuttle bus for group outings. From Happy Hour and classic movies to exercise classes, game tournaments and adult education opportunities, there's always something entertaining going on.
The dining experience
An important part of the lifestyle at Chartwell Leamington is our dining experience. Many of our residents have spent their lives lovingly preparing family meals; now they look forward to focusing on the many other pursuits available to them at the residence. We offer delicious, wholesome chef-prepared meals that showcase local and seasonal ingredients, presenting them in both daily feature menus and à la carte selections. You can also enjoy a glass or two of wine with your meal.
Our attentive staff get to know you and your preferences, serving you in our elegant, open dining room, where you’re surrounded by lively conversation and laughter. Residents also enjoy our bar/lounge for Happy Hour, our bistro for coffee meet-ups, and our country kitchen, the perfect place to enjoy a cooking demonstration or baking up a storm.
Activities and amenities
Are you looking for a retirement residence that is welcoming, active, and able to provide you with enriched activities and amenities designed for a fulfilling lifestyle? If so, you may have just found your new home at Chartwell Leamington. Ours is a vibrant community, not just because of our active residents and supportive staff who come together like a family, but because of our wide choice of optional activities that take place in our well-appointed indoor and outdoor spaces.
Our residents get together to enjoy each other’s company and to pursue the activities they love. That could be at our weekend walking club, or playing bocce ball in our backyard. We love to help our community too, volunteering through Chartwell’s H.O.P.E program. From learning something new to meeting up with friends for a picnic in the park, or simply spending time relaxing in your spacious, light-filled suite, you choose how you wish to spend your day.
A selection of inviting suites
Starting from $3,452/month
Whether you choose a contemporary studio or larger one-bedroom layout, you’ll find all of our suites feature kitchenettes for light meal preparation, patios, and fireplaces, as well as generous in-suite storage space. All are on the ground floor, overlooking our gardens and green spaces.
Retirement living in Leamington
Tucked into a mature, leafy residential neighbourhood on a pleasant cul-de-sac, Chartwell Leamington is within walking distance (or a quick drive) of all the amenities that bustling Leamington has to offer. Major retailers, pharmacies, coffee shops, banks, medical clinics, and places of worship are easily accessible, as is Erie Shores Healthcare, just a few minutes north.
Residents enjoy strolling around the neighbourhood, stopping by Henry Park, or using the swimming pool at the steps-away recreation centre. Lake Erie is just a few minutes south, where Seacliff Park and Beach beckon nature-lovers, walkers, boaters, and all those who simply want to relax and enjoy the spectacular views. The residence is also close to Highway 401, only 45 minutes away from Windsor, and the U.S. border.
Things to do in Leamington
Known for its long summers, beautiful sunsets, and rich, fertile farmland and marshes, Leamington is a wonderful place to live, an excellent choice for senior living. While its small size on the north shore of Lake Erie gives it a peaceful country charm, it is also a vibrant regional hub, with full-service amenities, including shopping, dining, recreation and healthcare services.
Leamington is an agricultural powerhouse, bursting with farms and greenhouses. All of this delicious fresh food has inspired a healthy restaurant scene, attracting talented chefs and a diverse array of local and international cuisines in the town’s restaurants. The region now has several award-winning wineries, including Pelée Island Winery. Beer lovers are not forgotten either—Cured Craft Brewery on the town’s revitalized Mill Street is just one of several unique restaurants and boutiques housed in historic buildings.
There’s lots to do on the waterfront: Have a picnic or take in a free concert at the amphitheatre in Seacliff Park. Or, if you are a birder, travel 10 minutes east of the town to spend an afternoon at the nearby Hillman Marsh Conservation Area, or the renowned Point Pelée National Park, known for its biodiverse wetlands. The Leamington Raceway, which attracts harness-racing enthusiasts, is located on the Leamington Fairgrounds, another great place to visit for the year-round farmer’s market and annual agricultural fair.
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..