Vintage Inn of Williamston


826 E. Blvd. Hwy. 17 N. , Williamston, NC 27892

(855) 840-7257

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My 92 year old mother moved into independent living appartment 2 years ago. There have been 3 administators. Current one thankfully leaving too. Special events often rescheduled, cancelled. Mother complained @ broken heat-a/c unit 4/21/15, about another snake at front door again. Maintenance tech reported at least 1 week for repair part.Administrator again too busy to respond. Cleaning staff turnover great, current one refuses to vaccum under front of couch (bending)or dust fan blades with extended wand (reaching). Last one watched tv, didn't clean. Mother did. Parking lot is trip hazard for residents, visitors, staff. Windshield chipped from flying mowing debris. Meals fried or mushy, inedible.

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we thought we were putting my 90 year grandfather in a safe place when he could no longer live alone. His wife and Two sons are deceased so my brother and I are doing our best to make sure he is is in good hands. Especially since he is diabetic. We went to visit him and he he was in terrible condition. There was an open sore on his leg that no one bothered to look after (this is dangerous for diabetics). He was disoriented and clearly had a fever. When we asked him what was wrong he said his leg hurt but nobody has done anything about it. The "nurse" took his temperature and it read 97.9. We knew that was wrong so we did everything we could to get someone in the room to re-check his vitals. Same results so we decided that he needed to go to the ER. The staff showed no compassion and no apologies. In fact they were extremely rude and raised their voices at us for pointing out what was clearly a BIG mistake on their end. My grandfather ended up being admitted to the hospital with a fever of 103.2, an infected sore that spread to his bloodstream, cellulitis, another bedsore on his bottom and infection in his groin. He was completely neglected and could have died had we not shown up. That place doesn't even have a thermometer that works. You would think something as basic as taking someone's temperature would be reliable, but that place doesn't even take the time to make sure they have proper equipment much less proper care. The staff is rude and there is no care whatsoever.

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Costs for Vintage Inn of Williamston

Assisted Living Starting Cost per Month:

$ 1,850

Independent Living Starting Cost per Month:

$ 1,850

Memory Care Starting Cost per Month:

$ 1,850

Medicaid/Medicare Not Accepted

Amenities at Vintage Inn of Williamston

Property Info

Resident Capacity: 80

Managed By: Victorian Senior Care

State License #: HAL-058-010

Semi-Private Units

Private Units

Studio Apartments

Furnished Units

Air Conditioning/Climate Control


Full Kitchen

Emergency Call System

24-Hour Staffing

Employee Background Checks

Parking Provided



Full-Time Activity Director

Social Events

Trips & Outings

Spiritual Activities


Outside Patio/Gardens

Computer/Internet Access

Cable/Satellite TV

Special Meals: Diabetic,Low-salt,Low-fat,Pureed


On-Site Medical Visits: Geriatric physician

Medication Management

Diabetes Care

Help with Activities of Daily Living

Transportation to Appointments

Other Transportation Provided


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Description of Vintage Inn of Williamston

Vintage Inn of Williamston offers gracious independent living, assisted living and respite care in beautiful Martin County in eastern North Carolina. Williamston is home to the world-class Senator Bob Martin Eastern Agricultural Center, a showplace for equestrian and other exciting events; the Roanoke River featuring unique paddle and camping trails, historic sites like the Old Martin County Courthouse and the Asa Biggs House, and exciting annual events like the Carolina Country Stampede. Local medical centers include Martin General Hospital in Williamston.