The Bristal at Holtsville provides families in Suffolk County with an assisted living experience like no other – in services, amenities, and care. If you’re looking for independent or assisted living as you need it, our professional and courteous team at Holtsville is here to make each and every day exceptional for you. You’ll also find our comforting Reflections memory care neighborhood, where our staff leads in providing top-of-the-line memory support.
Our community features a heated outdoor pool, putting green, cinema, fitness center, full activities calendar, and so much more. Small pets are welcome as long as residents are able to properly care for them on their own.
The Bristal at Holtsville resides midway between Manhattan and Montauk, easily accessible from Exit 63 off the Long Island Expressway. The Brookhaven Wildlife and Ecology Center and the amphitheater at Bald Hill are both nearby, offering concerts, community events, and more. Also, just minutes away is the downtown area of Patchogue, with its many fine restaurants, theaters, and cultural attractions.
In addition, there is shopping nearby and Suffolk County Community College, part of the State University of New York system. A 10-minute drive to the Ronkonkoma station of the Long Island Rail Road offers easy access to New York City and points west. And Long Island MacArthur Airport at Islip is just minutes away.
Rates for The Bristal at Holtsville start at $6,600 per month for a studio apartment*
*based on availability
Recognizing Team Members in Holtsville
The Bristal at Holtsville celebrated team members during an amazing week filled with great activities. A life-sized bounce house "Hungry Hippos" game was a favorite, as was the taco food truck that catered lunch one afternoon. We are grateful for […]
Zoo Visit at Holtsville - Long Island Zoological Society Animal Farm Petting Zoo
Here in Holtsville, residents and team members spent an afternoon at the Long Island Zoological Society Animal Farm Petting Zoo in Manorville, NY. Residents enjoyed feeding and petting the zoo's animals that included alpacas, a donkey, goats, sheep, […]