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Bryn Illtyd ‐ Buy to Let Investment

Ethical / Recession Proof Investment Assured 8 - 10% PA, Guaranteed Buy Back


An exceptional period house situated in its own mature grounds overlooking Carmarthen Bay and the Gower Peninsula, Bryn Illtyd offers superb views from most rooms and a high standard of comfort and care in a beautiful setting.

Converted to the needs of its residents around 25 years ago, Bryn Illtyd is run by the registered manager, who has considerable experience in the delivery of care. The staff are professional and dedicated individuals who believe in treating all those in their care with dignity and respect, and aim to enhance the quality of life for all residents.

Bryn Illtyd is registered to provide 40 personal care beds in private, mostly single-bedded rooms, the majority of which offer en-suite facilities. Each room has a telephone, television and nurse call system. Food is served fresh daily and can be tailored to meet certain dietary requirements if requested. The rooms are fully furnished but residents are encouraged to bring in their personal possessions to make Bryn Illtyd their home.

Decorated to a very high standard yet offering a homely ambience, Bryn Illtyd has its own hair salon, as well as visiting chiropodist and physiotherapist, while outside, the expansive and well-tended gardens include a seating area for residents. We have good wheelchair facilities and a lift.

Group: Comfort Care Homes

Person in charge: Carmarthenshire County Council

Type of Service: Care Home only (Residential Care) ‐ Privately Owned , Registered for a maximum of 39 Service Users


Registered Care Categories*: Old Age • Physical Disability

Specialist Care Categories: Cancer Care

Admission Information: Mobile residents only. Ages 65+.

Languages Spoken by Staff (other than English): Welsh

Single Rooms: 31

Shared Rooms: 4

Rooms with ensuite WC: 25

Weekly Charges Guide: Personal Care Single £550 ‐ £650 , Personal Care Shared (per person) £550 ‐ £650 (These prices are only a guideline, please contact Bryn Illtyd to find out the exact price for your requirements.)

Facilities & Services: Day Care • Respite Care • Convalescent Care • Own GP if required • Own Furniture if required • Close to Local shops • Near Public Transport • Minibus or other transport • Lift • Wheelchair access • Gardens for residents • Bar/Cafe on premises • Residents Kitchenette • Phone Point in own room/Mobile • Television point in own room

Latest Care Inspectorate Wales* Report on Bryn Illtyd: Click Here

* Care Inspectorate Wales is responsible for the registration and inspection of social care services in Wales.

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Care Home Report 2018
Why Invest In UK Care Homes?

Britain's population is ageing. In 2012 the number of people aged 65 and older surpassed 10m for the first time; they now outnumber those aged 16 and under.

The over 85 age group is now the fastest growing demographic in the UK, as we all live longer through improvements in our health, diets and preventative care. Over the next 20 years the age group is set to grow by 106%, to over 2.6m people.

This trend will be accelerated over the coming decades by the inevitable retirement of the socalled 'baby boomer' generation (born when Britain experienced a markedly higher birth rate between 1946 and 1964). Those born at this time are now beginning to reach retirement age and are set to have a dramatic effect on the people, society, and the economy of the UK.

With this dramatic population change comes an increasing demand for specialist dementia and nursing care. There are currently over 800,000 people living with dementia ‐ a figure that will rise to 1m by 2021, and more than double by 2050.

Significantly, the number of people of working age supporting our ageing population ‐ known as the 'sdependency ratio's ‐ is moving in the opposite direction; declining from 4 people per retiree at present to 2.5 by 2035 and 2 by 2050.

It is clear that the care home market has a significant and central role to play in our future society, with increasing demand for high quality accommodation, care, and funding. "The combined market value for care for older people in the UK is currently estimated to be worth £22.2bn, of which £13.4bn is attributable to residential care and £8.8bn to non ‐ residential care."

"As the number of elderly people with high care needs in the UK is expected to increase significantly over the next 20 years, there will be a growing need for modern, fit‐for ‐ purpose care homes."

"There are over 400,000 people living in care homes in the UK, and around 80,000 units in existing care home stock are reaching obsolescence."

Sources: ONS, Age UK, Alzheimer's Society, Royal Geographic Society.

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