Last updated January 2020
Guide to leasehold locations with guest rooms
Many people are keen to know if family and friends will be able to stay with them when they moved to a leasehold Anchor Hanover retirement property.
Many of our leasehold retirement properties offer a range of shared facilities to complement each private residence including communal lounge areas, attractive gardens and often, a guest room that may be used by friends and family.
The residents living at an Anchor Hanover leasehold estate with guest room facilities can decide whether to make them available to other Anchor Hanover residents or just to their friends and family members. They can also decide whether there should be a small charge for using the guestroom facilities.
This guide highlights the leasehold estates that currently allow other Anchor Hanover residents to use their guestroom facilities and is subject to change.
Our leasehold housing guest rooms exist primarily to allow relatives to have somewhere to stay close to an Anchor Hanover resident who is ill. Therefore lettings are prioritised and should usually be for short duration ideally no more than seven days (unless there are exceptional circumstances). This means those visits made for leisure purposes can be cancelled at short notice, so as they are available for such eventualities.
The size, décor and facilities offered by our guest rooms vary from location to location, but they usually feature twin beds. Guest room charges also vary and so you should contact the relevant Estate Manager directly to discuss guest room facilities, charges, availability and to make a booking.
Please note our guest rooms are no smoking and pets are not allowed. For more information about our guest room policy please contact the Estate Manager at the relevant Anchor Hanover leasehold housing location.
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