26933 Cornell St, Hemet, CA 92544
For over 25 years, we’ve established quality, reliable, and compassionate services dedicated to residents and their families at Yorkshire Village. Finding the right place to call home in one’s golden years can be a challenge; but, at Yorkshire, you know you’re right at home. We assess the backgrounds and needs of prospective residents to help ensure they’re getting specialized care. We provide a variety of lifestyle options on a continuum of care, from memory care, assisted living, board and care, hospice care, and respite care.
Located in Hemet, California, retirement is enjoyed in a convenient, relaxed, and leisurely city, where the possibilities are many, gorgeous mountains and beaches are easily accessible, and home is always comfortable and safe. Residents and their visiting guests tend to enjoy all the exclusive attractions one can only find in our ever-sunny, Southern California region.
What distinguishes a community is its ability to offer a lifestyle unique to that place. We offer a distinct community with cute and quaint interior design features inspired by the doo-wop era, with 50’s decor and even an ice cream parlour. We also offer relaxed common areas for all to enjoy. Yorkshire Village is wonderfully unique and simply...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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My only complaint is the food. It’s not always nutritious. The dinner time meal is the worst not always good. Breakfast and lunch is usually good.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Yorkshire Village is a Sanctuary of Care... For your family member in need of daily assistance, I can not recommend Yorkshire Village enough. This assisted-living/ dementia care residence is located in Hemet, CA, not far from Temecula / Palm Springs. The environment is peaceful and serene, with quiet streets and greenery all around. The grounds are large. The main building is brightly lit, very clean, with big windows and very festive during the yearly holidays. Nice gardens and backyard are maintained very well. The Staff at Yorkshire Village is truly kind, caring and inspiring ! From the Administrator, Office Manager, Caregivers, Medic, Activities Manager -- ALL the staff -- truly understand what it takes to provide excellent care for their residents. I can not stress enough the genuine kindness and expertise the staff possess, and you will see for yourself when you visit. My relative has had dementia for some time, and after more than one year at Yorkshire, she continues to smile and show enthusiasm. She has a nurse visiting weekly. For medical appointments, Yorkshire provides shuttles as needed. My family searched much of Southern California and the Las Vegas area for assisted-living centers, and how lucky we were to find Yorkshire Village. Also, the monthly residence fees are very competitive for all the services offered. The staff of Yorkshire Village will provide your family member with kindness, professionalism and respect. I am certain that you will agree with me when your loved one's new home address is Yorkshire Village.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
In July, we place our Uncle with Alzheimer’s at Yorkshire. Everyone has been wonderful..Especially, [name removed], his primary caregiver. We are so relieved. He is so well taken care of! Great referral!!Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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