Stromboli's offers care free retirement living to folk at various stages of life, from 55 years and upwards.
Electricity is billed separately for each cottage and reflected on the levy invoice.
Our transport goes to town twice a week and residents may go along at R20.00 per person per trip. Our kitchen serves meals of a high standard. The main meal is served at midday in the dining room or delivered to your cottage at a delivery fee of R5.00. Additional main meals over and above the 10 levy meals are charged to the levy account at R35.00 per meal.
Nursing assistance is available to cottage residents if required and is charged according to frequency.
2. Assisted Living : This is offered in your own cottage when you require assistance on an ongoing basis. Assisted Living charge is currently R5,733.00 over and above the cottage levy, as explained above, and includes the following :
3. Assisted Rentals: If you are not an owner at Stromboli's, there are five lovely en-suite private rooms which may be rented by Over 50 folk requiring some assistance. Monthly tarrif is R8,925.00 and includes the following
3. Frailcare: The main Frailcare block accommodates 6 people and there is an annex close to the Frailcare where two rooms share a bathroom. The Frailcare has its own "Secret Garden" where residents enjoy a quiet morning in the sun or a cup of tea, while watching the birds. Currently, the Frailcare levy is R14,000.00 per month, which includes total nursing care 24 hours per day. There is a Registered Nursing Sister on duty or on standby 24 hours per day, as well as two teams of day and night care givers. A non-refundable Bed Charge (currently R10,000.00) is payable on admission to long term Frail Care. Short term Frailcare (post-op care or convalescence) is available to residents and non residents on a daily tariff. The Frailcare includes a lovely large lounge/dining area and is most welcoming to all who pop in for a visit with a resident or to see the duty Sister. Frailcare sundowners are enjoyed around the wood burning Jetmaster on cold winter evenings.
Village Life: The following activities are regulars in the village: bridge, scrabble, weekly Bible Study, monthly communion service, music afternoons, DVD’s shown in the Frailcare on a regular basis, sport on the big screen on a Saturday afternoon.
A great effort is made to ensure special events such as Christmas are indeed special for everyone at Stromboli's, whether resident or in Frailcare - the dining room can accommodate all who wish to be a part of the festivities.
In summer the pool and braai area, Pumba's, is very popular, frequently being the venue for an impromptu residents’ bring and braai.
Being open plan, the lovely gardens are enjoyed by everyone.
A Life Right purchased from Stromboli’s Retirement Village remains in place until no longer required by the the Life Right holder. It then reverts to Stromboli's and is re-sold, based on current market value of the relevant cottage, 20% of the selling price being retained by the village. This capital inflow is designed to stabilize the levy fund and provide for any major capital projects from time to time.
Cottage 226 with its lovely rose garden
Cottage 13 outside entertainment area
Two of the Assisted Living cottages overlooking the gardens
Approach to Rose Cottage
The main Frailcare block has 6 private rooms and its own spacious lounge and dining area
Comfortable and cosy lounge & dining room in the Frailcare
Enjoying tea time in the Frailcare garden.
Cottage 223 in Phase 2.
Click on the file above to be included on the waiting list for an Assisted Rental room or a place in the Frailcare - for yourself or a loved one. Complete the form and fax or e-mail it to us.