Luxury Retirement Options

Audley Retirement has recently featured in the BBC One Documentary Series, Holding Back the Years.

In the second episode of the five-part series, Angela Rippon visits Audley Inglewood retirement village near Kintbury in Berkshire. During her visit Angela tours the village, meets some of the owners and gets a taste for the life of luxury retirement, even joining in on a Pilates class and taking a dip in the swimming pool. She also discusses the benefits of luxury retirement living with Audley CEO Nick Sanderson.

Audley builds and manages luxury retirement villages across the UK. At an Audley village, you experience an independent lifestyle in a beautiful and secure environment, where your property and gardens are maintained for you.

Swimming Pool at Audley Inglewood

Every Audley village has its own health club, library and restaurant. Audley property owners automatically become members of the Audley Club, and local residents can also join. It is on your doorstep, part of the village and yours to use as you please. Members can also use the facilities of the Audley Club at any of Audley’s retirement villages across the UK, plus your family and friends are welcome to use them with you.

Inglewood Bar

And if you ever need any extra care, they can provide that too.

The episode is available to watch online here on BBC One.

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