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Guelph Retirement Homes

A list of retirement homes in Guelph Ontario. *An asterisk on the right of each name denotes that this residence matches your search criteria from information provided from a previous year and/or little further information is available. Facilities listed without an asterisk, have provided detailed up-to-date information for 2019 .

About 100 Kilometers from Toronto, in the heart of Southwestern Ontario, the city of Guelph seems to grow on a daily basis.  Over 120, 000 people call Guelph their home. With a beautiful state-of-the-art museum, many local artists, many public parks, libraries, shops and places to dine, Guelph is a great place for young and old. 
Adding to the vibrancy of the area, The University of Guelph established in 1964 sits in the middle of the town with approximately 23,000 students and has been listed #50 out of 100 for academic scholars. The University houses the well-known and respected Ontario Veterinary College.

With festivals and events through the summer months, hiking trails, conservation areas, the Mowhawk Racetrack, golf clubs, farmer’s market and a multitude of cultural opportunities, Guelph has the charm of a small community coupled with the benefits of a large city.

COLLEGE PLACE BY REVERA  (Retirement Homes)  *
166 College Avenue West Guelph ON N1G 1S4
EDEN HOUSE CARE FACILITY  (Retirement Homes)  *
5016 Wellington Road #29; R. R. #2 Guelph ON N1H 6H8
HERITAGE HOUSE-GUELPH  (Retirement Homes)  *
2113 Gordon Street Guelph ON N1L 1G7
NORFOLK MANOR  (Retirement Homes)  *
128 Norfolk Street Guelph ON N1H 4J8
THE ELLIOTT COMMUNITY  (Retirement Homes)  *
170 Metcalfe Street Guelph ON N1E 4Y3
THE ROYAL ON GORDON  (Retirement Homes)  *
1691 Gordon Street Guelph ON N1L 1E1
32 Bayberry Drive Guelph ON N1G 0A2
60 Woodlawn Road East Guelph ON N1H 8M8




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