It is lovely at Westminster, but it’s a different situation; it’s a CCRC. We live in the apartment here, but at the moment we don’t need any care. There staff is excellent and hardworking, I love the staff work ethic, friendly and they’re great. They bring the symphony in, lectures, they have dances, individual programs for athletics like cooking, and they have exercise facility, two swimming pools, and they have picnics outside. The food is fine and adequate; it’s a cafeteria type situation, but they do have a formal room. They have very special dinner program on the weekends; they have a variety, and the rooms are fine.
Reviews of Westminster-Canterbury on Chesapeake Bay
October 16, 2014
I am/was a resident of this facility
June 15, 2012
I visited this facility
When I first went to visit my friend Beverley at Wesminster Canterbury, I was immediately blown away by how wonderful the community was. The facility was bright, clean, and new, and the staff was warm and friendly. I didn't run into a single staff member who was grumpy or who wasn't happy to see the residents. I also had the opportunity to sample the food, which was delicious. Westminster Canterbury is located on a very nice stretch of beach and there are stairs in the back, making it easy for the residents to take walks on the beach whenever they please. Many of the rooms of the residents look out over the beach which is a great view. There are are a number of great facilities in the complex, including a library and a gift shop. There are also concerts being played regularly at the grand piano in the lobby. There's a bank inside the complex for the convenience of the residents. I would be very pleased to have a relative stay here and I wouldn't hesitate to put them here because I know that this is a great community full of friendly people and a great assortment of amenities. The only red flag that I have is that there is a lack of minorities in residents. I don't think I've ever seen a black or Asian resident there and I don't know if this is due to coincidence or due to them not being open to minorities? But that would make this place undesirable for minorities or for those who want some diversity in the residents they're living with.
About Westminster-Canterbury on Chesapeake Bay
Refund Plans: 90% of Entrance Fee; 50% refund, declines at 2% per mo. for 25 mos. (Price: 74% of Entrance Fee); Declining balance at 2% per mo. for 50 mos. (Price: 54% of Entrance Fee)
Map of Westminster-Canterbury on Chesapeake Bay