Hadrian Healthcare to open £13m Harrogate care home


Luxury elderly care provider Hadrian Healthcare is to open its latest care home to residents from mid-November.

The 87-bed, Manor House will provide residential, dementia and respite care.

Home manager Stephanie Foulds said: “We’re looking forward to welcoming the first residents to their wonderful new home soon.

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“People have been visiting by arrangement over the last few weeks to meet the Manor House team and to find out about our approach to individualised care.”

The home includes a wellness lodge with hydrotherapy pool, hair and beauty salon, bowling green and Wifi throughout.  Facilities also include library areas and an old-fashioned sweet shop which will sell everyday items such as greetings cards, newspapers and magazines.

As well as the restaurant, there is a traditional style tearoom where residents will be able to enjoy time with families and friends, and private dining rooms for special family occasions.

A lifestyle co-ordinator will organise social and special interest activities for each resident and an appointed chauffeur service will be available for trips into town.

Manor House is Hadrian Healthcare Group’s seventh purpose-built care home across Yorkshire and the North East.

Jas Gill, managing director of Hadrian Healthcare Group, said: “Our homes are all individually and thoughtfully designed to blend with their surroundings and to allow our residents to enjoy life to the full supported by great care.

“Rooms are arranged in small living groups to help create a home-from-home, and throughout the interiors are luxurious and comfortable. It is very important to us that our residents feel settled and completely at home.”



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