1294 Highway 54 West, Fayetteville, GA 30214
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The staff was excellent, caring, wonderful and the community is clean and beautiful. The location is good and the communication is great between the staff and our family. I think you would be very pleased if you use this community. I would recommend highly.
Response from Gardens of FayettevilleMay 17, 2021
Thanks for the wonderful review Kathy! We very much appreciate the kind words about our community and team. It was good to see the location fits your needs, and great to read that you found the communication from the team to be excellent as we know how important that is. Recommendations from residents and families are high praise indeed --- and we're honored to receive your recommendation.
I would tell others we did not have a good experience. They promised a lot of things that they did not follow through on. For instance my loved one has celiac so they told us they would be able to feed our loved one a gluten free diet and that did not happen. Administration was not responsive at all and I think they will say whatever they can to get you in here.
Response from Gardens of FayettevilleJuly 20, 2021
I am the Executive Director and was sorry to read this review, which was unfortunately just published by SeniorAdvisor. While some time has passed since you wrote this, I would welcome the opportunity to speak with you about your concerns as we always strive to exceed the expectations of our residents and their families. Please contact me at the community at your earliest convenience.
We've had a good experience They've been good to deal with, and I haven't had really any issues at all. They've been nice to work with, and they seem to really treat my loved one well. The only minor issue is it's not a full fledged nursing home, so they don't have medical staff per se. I think they have one during daytime hours. So they like to call the ambulance a lot. But I think that's pretty standard across most assisted living facilities.
Response from Gardens of FayettevilleApril 9, 2021
We appreciate your 5 star review and your positive comments about how our team is nice to work with and how they treat your loved one so well. We are an Assisted Living so our model includes a Director of Resident Care (who is a nurse), certified nursing assistants, med techs and caregivers. We are not licensed as a skilled nursing community. We do have protocols that we follow when calling the ambulance. I am the Executive Director and would welcome a further conversation if you have any concerns you'd like to discuss. If so please contact me at your convenience at the community. Thank you.
My loved one was there and ended up having bed bugs in their furniture. I found this out when trying to move my loved one out of the community. The community didn't send pictures of my loved one when asked for this. The management changed and the community didn't inform us of this change. The community wanted me to sit with my loved one 24 hours a day for 14 days due to them contracting COVID. They gave me another option to hire someone to do this.
I would want others to know when looking into Gardens of Fayetteville that they say a lot to get you to go there, but it is nothing like what they say. For example, my father has Celiac and he cant have gluten products, they said they could handle that. Then once he moved in they said they don't have gluten free meals. They said they had a lot of activities for residents as well but then they would cancel all the activities. The staff members here were not friendly at all even to our family members, we did not like how they treated him. Overall, we did not have a good experience.
We had some problems with this community, it had to do with the cost at the end. They made some mistakes when it came to what we were suppose to pay. The communication wasn't always there, when we would call to ask questions sometimes we would not get direct answers. We were never able to get a hold of the people who ran the place, and at one point we have to reach out to cooperate. From what we could see the care services were good, it seemed like our loved one was being well cared for. This community was kept clean, it was a scale up from a nursing home. We enjoyed working with the staff, we had a good rapport with them. This did have activities for the patients, they were always busy doing something, whether it was listening to music, coloring, working on puzzles or crosswords. We did eat there a couple of times and it did seem like they had good portion sizes. The rooms were kept very clean, it never smelled like urine which we obviously could not complain about.
Response from Gardens of FayettevilleSeptember 24, 2020
I am the Regional Director of Operations and want to thank you for the kind words about the care your loved one received and about the community overall. I would like to speak with you to better understand the issues you were having regarding billing as we are always looking for ways to improve on all facets of our operations. Please contact me by calling the community and asking to be put in touch with the RDO. Regards, Julie.
I really feel that every resident in memory care should be provided a complimentary landline phone in their rooms. My father is in memory care and it would be nice if they have more activities. He would enjoy going on outings in the community, and I don't feel that there is enough of them. I looked at a few places and I chose this one because of the convenience of the location for me. They told me that there would be a monthly price increase each year and i am not happy about that.
Response from Gardens of FayettevilleMay 14, 2020
Thank you for your feedback. We know that during this time, with non-essential visitations suspended, regular communication with loved ones is very important. To that end there is a landline available for resident use and we are offering all residents and families assistance with FaceTime, Zoom or Skype to help them stay in touch. Note also that while regularly scheduled social events have been eliminated, we are supplementing in-room activities and programming to keep residents engaged. Please contact us directly if we can help your father adjust in any way.
I ended up walking out. Not impressed at all. Employees told me to wait and they would find [name removed] to help me. They were very loud and I could hear them saying they couldn’t find her. Not very professional. Not where I want my mom to be. Scratched off my list.
Response from Gardens of FayettevilleOctober 3, 2019
I am the Executive Director and I am sorry to hear you had trouble connecting to take a tour recently. I apologize for the mix-up, and hope you will accept our invitation to return and hopefully stay long enough to dine with us. In addition we'd be delighted to connect you with current families who can tell you about their experience at our community. To ensure that we have someone available to show you our community and answer all your questions we suggest you call in advance or visit our website to schedule a tour. Please contact us if we can be of further assistance as you look at senior living options.
Visited [date removed]. With [name removed]. Very accommodating. Like facilities.
Very nice place. Again, you see quite a bit of staff support and the rooms are very nice. The group area for memory care was very small. But the care looks fantastic.
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