Ballifeary House is a two-storey building attractively situated in a quiet area of Inverness, the capital of the Scottish Highlands, within walking distance of the centre of the city. Ballifeary caters for those who for various reasons cannot continue to live in their own home but who are still able to appreciate and enjoy a private room within a comfortable, companionable and caring Christian atmosphere.
Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland Residential Care Home
Ballifeary House, 14 Ness Walk, Inverness,
Telephone: 01463 234679
The house is a 19th century stone-built Listed building. It was
purchased by the Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland in 1964 as the Church's
Residential Care Home. It has been extended and totally refurbished in 2002 and caters for up to 24 residents. It stands within its own
grounds on the banks of the River Ness commanding a beautiful view of the river
and its surrounding area.
The staff comprise a matron, assistant matron, senior care assistants,
a good number of care assistants, catering, domestic and laundry staff, a handyman,
and an administrator. The oversight of the Home is in
the hands of a Committee appointed by the Synod, the Supreme Court of the Church.
The Committee consists of ministers and elders and includes those with medical
qualifications and business experience.
The Home has a large lounge, dining room, garden room and small
sitting room along with 22 single en-suite bedrooms and 1 twin en-suite bedroom.
There are also 2 bathrooms with bath hoists and a shower room.
Family worship is held in the Home morning and evening which
residents and staff attend. A relay system brings the services from the Inverness
congregation of the Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland to the Home for
those who cannot attend Church.
Further information and a full brochure and application form
can be obtained from the
Matron at the above address.