Elmcroft of Martinsburg


200 Gloucester Drive , Martinsburg, WV 25401

(855) 840-7257

Reviews of Elmcroft of Martinsburg

| Reviewed by

I Visited This Facility

Elmcroft of Martinsburg was a very nice community, but it was too large for me and too ostentatious. It would be a great place to be, but it was a little outside of my price range, and it feels like going in almost a mansion or a funeral type of thing. The furniture was really fancy, and I don’t think I would be comfortable there. The staff was wonderful; they were helpful and friendly. I had an awesome talk with the administrative person who was very informative and gave me a lot of information. The dining area was like a dining room, and it was nice. The yards and stuff were great. I had my grand niece with me, and the lady sat down and sat her on her lap at the piano and let her play the piano. It was a very friendly, helpful, and great environment.

Was this helpful?

Provider Response

Thank you for your feedback! We are glad you enjoyed your tour and had a positive experience with us. We are sad to hear you went a different direction.

10 Reviews

Write a review

Costs for Elmcroft of Martinsburg

Assisted Living Starting Cost per Month:

$ 3,870

Medicaid/Medicare Not Accepted

Tour Elmcroft of Martinsburg

The best way to get to know a community is by scheduling a tour. See the facilities, meet the staff and residents, and get a feel first hand what it's like to live at Elmcroft of Martinsburg.

Description of Elmcroft of Martinsburg


After a lifetime full of hard work and daily chores, older adults deserve the best in stress-free retirement living. That's where Elmcroft of Martinsburg comes in. Located in a beautiful part of West Virginia, our community provides the activities and social life that keep retirement fun, while also offering 24-hour services that make retirement easy.

Elmcroft of Martinsburg is one of the many exemplary communities owned and operated by Elmcroft Senior Living. At Elmcoft, our mission is to enrich the lives of everyone who lives with us and works with us by treating them all with dignity and respect while taking care of their individual needs.

Featured Amenities

From welcoming open spaces to an invigorating activity schedule, residents at Elmcroft of Martinsburg are sure to have their daily needs met, but in a way they find enjoyable. That's especially true with our
dining program, which features new culinary creations every day served in a restaurant-style atmosphere that promotes social interaction.

We also strongly encourage our residents to chase their life-long ambitions, which is the goal of Elmcroft's Second Wind Dreams program. No matter what item residents have on their bucket list, from reuniting with long-lost relatives to swimming with dolphins, we aim to make these dreams come true and show residents that their goals are still within reach!

Available Services

When a new resident joins Elmcroft of Martinsburg, family members obtain peace of mind, knowing that their loved one will be fully taken care of. We encourage each resident to live as independently as possible, but any time assistance is needed - whether it's with getting dressed, taking medication regularly or any other daily task - we're here to help.

Specially trained staff members are available 24 hours a day to help with any task, or should an emergency arise. And those same staff members work every day to make life safer through programs such as Walking Tall, which is designed to reduce the risk of falling.

At Elmcroft of Martinsburg, we treat your family member like one of our own.

Visitors and residents of Elmcroft of Martinsburg can enjoy an afternoon browsing the shops of Shepherdstown or have dinner at one of the local taverns. Just across the bridge at
Shepherdstown, you will find the Antietam Battlefield in charming Sharpsburg, Maryland. A short drive to Harper's Ferry allows for a leisurely visit to quaint restaurants and shops. For those who enjoy evening attractions, the Charlestown Race Track provides the excitement of thoroughbred horse racing and the casino night life. A one-hour drive from Martinsburg takes you to the landmarks of Washington, D.C., the Inner Harbor of Baltimore or the historic battlefield of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.