Reviews of Westminster Woods on Julington Creek
Average Rating: based on 2 Reviews
I visited this facility
Westminster Woods appears to be clean, and they offer quite a variety of rooms at different price points. It's near the center of the town, near restaurants and banks. The staff was very, very friendly. They went out of their way. The salesperson made a Saturday visit, and normally they don't do that. They do serve food. They have exercise and art activities. I would consider it for my father, but we have not reserved a place.
I am a friend or relative of a resident
Westminster Woods is located in Julington Creek on the banks of Julington Creek, a tributary of the St. Johns River. The facility is shaded by live oak trees draped in Spanish moss famously depicted by Harriet Beecher Stowe in her book "Palmetto Leaves." The facility itself is quite old, not in disrepair, but definitely showing an architecture of decades past. The community is large, but feels cozy and quaint. The staff is wonderful and curious, as are the volunteers. Many local church and Boy Scout groups visit the center as community service, which is always welcome. The summers are hot, but pleasant in the plentiful shade. There are bike paths, parks, ponds, and a pool. They have a dock on the creek, and chairs to watch the water and laze the day away. The staff is kind and helpful, brimming with southern hospitality. There are many options for retirement in Florida - but few have the charm and class of Westminster Woods. I can't imagine a more ideal place to spend ones golden years.