Our aim is ‘to treat each individual as if they were family’. We know the importance of trust and respect and work hard to communicate effectively with all parties involved to offer our residents an excellent quality of life and a safe and homely environment.
We understand that moving into a care home is a big decision and there are concerns about the ‘unknown’. This website is designed to provide you with useful information and reassurance but if we have left anything out please do not hesitate to contact us. You will find our details by clicking on the ‘Contact Us’ tab.
For anyone thinking about moving into St Serfs, the best way to decide whether we are right for you is to come and visit us. During a visit you will have the opportunity to meet and talk to other residents and staff, join us for lunch or even catch a concert – what better way to get the information you need!
St Serfs is a gracious Victorian property with a modern extension and a large garden which our residents enjoy when the weather is kind.
We have 24 bedrooms of varying sizes and offering a variety of views including across the River Tay and over our beautiful grounds. Rooms are located on ground and first floor level with lifts to allow you to move freely from one floor to another.
Every room has an en–suite and we can provide you with a single bed, wardrobe, beside table and easy chair. You are encouraged to bring your own possessions to develop a feeling of familiarity and belonging. Your room will be your personal space and can be decorated to your taste.
St Serfs is very fortunate to have a private chapel on site which is available for all our residents to use, for worship, reflection or simply for some peace and quiet. Ministers from the local community provide services on a weekly basis, for anyone wishing to attend.
We encourage family and friends to visit you at the home and oversee the care you are receiving, however if you do not wish to see a visitor we will respect your wishes.
If you have any questions, we would be delighted to answer them for you. The best way of getting a feel for St Serfs is to come and visit.