Levels of care:
- Rest home
- Dementia care
- Bupa Short Stay services
With its stately Tudor-style buildings, Cedar Manor is hard to miss. Just a short stroll along to the local shops and cafes or down to the park makes it a great place for families to visit.
We want you to feel at home here and encourage you to bring your own furniture and belongings to make your room your own. Our rooms are large enough to fit a sofa and coffee table, ensuring you have privacy whenever you want it. If you like socialising, we have several shared lounges for you sit in and chat with other residents, your friends and family.
Features of Cedar Manor:
- Friendly to make you feel at home
- 24 hour assistance
- Outdoor spaces to enjoy while you relax
- Family room
- Communal dining room
There’s always something going on around here, whether it’s a jigsaw puzzle by yourself, a bowling competition with other residents or a van outing to places of interest around the district. You can take part in as many or as few activities as you want, it's your choice how you want to spend your day. View times and dates for our upcoming activities.
We feel that it's important both you and your family are involved in making decisions about your care, after all, you know best what your likes and dislikes, hobbies and interests are. Our skilled staff will always listen to you and your family and build our care around your needs and preferences.
You can arrange a time to visit us by contacting our Care Home Manager, Jane Verry on (07) 578 8300 and you're always welcome to drop in and see us during business hours for a chat. Alternatively, you can reach our Clinical Manager, Anne Chainey on (07) 578 8300.