As you enter the lobby you are immediately drawn to the grand architecture of the community while feeling a sense of warmth Savannah Grand, offering gracious retirement assisted living is located in Fernandina Beach, Florida on Amelia Island. The assisted living and memory care community is nestled amongst large old oak trees just off of Sadler Road and is only one block from the sandy white beaches well known to the residents and visitors of the Island. It is an elegant yet affordable assisted living residence minutes from I-95, and only a short drive away from Jacksonville, Florida.
As you enter the lobby you are immediately drawn to the grand architecture of the community while feeling a sense of warmth amongst the elegant décor. There are many large sun-filled windows throughout; each dressed with gorgeous plantation shutters. From the high ceilings accented with large chandeliers, to the beautiful planter boxes filled with live greenery, this assisted living community is spectacular in appearance.
The assisted living residence was designed and decorated professionally to reflect the true southern charm Amelia Island is known to represent. The ambiance is warm and hospitable with many seating areas for residents, guests and families to enjoy.
In the center of it all, there is an activities center where the Activities Coordinator is always very busy! There are numerous scheduled activities daily, designed to engage each and every resident. The possibilities are endless at Savannah Grand as there is something for everyone to enjoy. Join a morning stretch and flex class, compete in a game of bridge or bingo, or wind down the day with an evening dinner performance around the baby grand piano.
The main dining room offers three meals per day in an elegant restaurant-style setting. Residents enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner while socializing with friends. Just off the dining room is the main living room, offering a cozy setting where residents spend time enjoying a cup of coffee with a neighbor or working on a puzzle at the well known “puzzle station.” The large windows th