3895 Old Vineyard Road, Winston-Salem, NC 27104
Welcome to Creekside Terrace, an inviting senior living community in Winston-Salem, North Carolina where Southern hospitality thrives. Although our apartments are set back off the road in a grove of trees, we’re not far from local shopping, healthcare services, and big box stores. Venture a little further afield into the art and history haven that is Winston-Salem. Residents flourish in our well-designed, maintenance-free apartment community, where worries are few and choices are many. Simply put, life is better among friends and supportive staff, with exciting activities and comfortable amenities to make each day feel like a vacation. As one of over 260 Holiday Retirement communities, Creekside Terrace residents have access to our exclusive “Travel & Stay” program where you can visit any of our sister communities throughout the United States for up to seven days! Contact an A Place for Mom advisor today to learn more about our thriving community.
Our traditionally-styled, wi-fi-enabled, and accessible common spaces and lounges offer welcoming areas to gather for events or to relax. Pass the time with a good book in our library. Take a stroll along the meandering walking paths with the daily walking club. Catch a game on the big...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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Management at Creekside Terrace replies with a "stock" answer to online bad reviews to make it seem like they care, but they never actually respond to resident's complaints. They don't make repairs (many of the thermal windows have cracked and you can't see out of them - it's like being in a cell with no outside view - refuse to repair them.) And the food is mostly white pasta and white rice, salads are a couple of lettuce leaves with one or two cherry tomatoes. And my mom pays nearly 3,000 per month. It is bad and it is getting worse and management does not care
Response from Creekside TerraceAugust 7, 2017
Hello, my name is Katie, I work for Holiday, and I'd like to thank you very much for reaching out to share these concerns with us. We are very sorry to hear your impressions of our community, and would really love the chance to speak with you and learn more about your experience and comments. I assure you, I am a real person, and truly, we hope to hear from you soon! Our Resident Relations team can be reached via phone at [removed], or by email at [removed]. Thank you, take good care and we hope to hear from you soon! --Katie
[name removed] is very friendly, and hard working!
Response from Creekside TerraceAugust 10, 2020
Hi Wanda, thank you for taking the time to share your feedback on our community! We appreciate your kind words. We see that you only left a 1-star review. Is there anything you are not pleased with or feel we could improve upon? Please let us know. Thank you
We chose Creekside Terrace because of what they offered amenities wise. They have physical therapy on site, the dining room, and separate caregivers that you are able to hire on site if you need that extra care. We love the general manager, he is amazing. He goes above and beyond for everyone in that facility. Before COVID, she loved the food. They had a great chef. Since COVID, they have to get meals delivered to their rooms. But they are on time and they are doing the best they can. They have not had one case of COVID. My favorite part about the community is feeling like my mother is safe. They offer more care than you think, so it is not just a retirement community. I would absolutely recommend.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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