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Front Exterior of The Blake at New Braunfels

 

Dining at The Blake at New Braunfels

 

Senior Living at The Blake at New Braunfels

Resort-Style Assisted Living and Memory Care

Our unique offerings:

  • Spacious assisted living (AL) and memory care (MC) suites, offering dedicated staff, courtyards, and tailored programs
  • Beautifully furnished hospitality suites available for respite care, weekend caregiver getaways and family visits
  • Variety of suites offering flexible floor plans to meet your needs, complete with kitchenettes and courtyard views
  • An active living program that offers social, emotional and physical engagement
  • Delicious chef-prepared meals served restaurant-style daily and all-day healthy snack options
  • Concierge services assist in resident transportation and family communication needs
  • Daily and weekly housekeeping services
  • Salon, activity rooms, movie room, card-playing room and on-site physical therapy clinic

Our neighborhood:

  • Deep in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, conveniently set astride the I-35 corridor between San Antonio and Austin (one of the most-traveled highway intersections in Texas), New Braunfels is overflowing with old world heritage and small town Texas charm
  • New Braunfels has over 700 acres of land that consists of developed parks and open space providing a wide variety of recreational opportunities to meet your leisure needs
  • Quick access to highways, and close to nearby air, rail and bus services
  • An upscale assortment of shopping, entertainment, and a full range of healthcare is available
  • Over 15 local wineries and breweries, including the Hill Country Craft Breweries
  • Foodies will love the wide range of restaurants available in the city as well
  • Home to Texas’ oldest bakery, oldest dance hall, and Wurstfest an annual 10-day salute to sausage