Where gracious living comes naturally
Established in 1986, on Royal Deeside, Inchmarlo Retirement Village comprises nine neighbourhoods within magnificent parkland and gardens in a 100 acre estate. There are currently 200 homes for the over 55s ranging from one bedroom apartments to four bedroom detached houses with their own driveway and garage. At the heart of the estate is Inchmarlo House, a Georgian B-listed mansion house, a 52 single and double bed 5 star care home.
We spoke to Charles Skene, founder of Inchmarlo, about how he struck on the concept of a full Continuing Care Retirement Community years before anyone else in the UK, and what it offers you and your family. Today, this level of care is still remarkably hard to find, so read on to discover the difference it can make…read more
At Inchmarlo Retirement Village we’ve always believed in the benefits of lush gardens and calming woodland, so discover more about Forest Bathing in Aberdeenshire.read more
Living in Inchmarlo Retirement Village saves Money in the Long Term We believe that at Inchmarlo people live independently, in their own homes, longer than if they lived in most…read more
Could the secret of longevity lie in good food? An exclusive dining club in the North East of Scotland may argue that it does. The negative stereotype of food for the elderly can be pretty brutal, ranging from poor purées to sloppy care-home cooking, but age is no...read more
With an ageing population, finding centenarians in Scotland who clock up a hundred years or so is becoming less rare, but finding a 99 year old who lives independently is still quite a find. Miss Jean Butchart is her own boss, owns her own home, has her own friends...read more