Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Life at Cliveden Manor is about freedom and flexibility, not moving to a care home

Life at Cliveden Manor is about freedom and flexibility, not moving to a care home

ACCORDING to recent research, more than half of over-75s live alone, with around five million of these saying that the television is their main source of company.

Many older people won’t entertain the idea of moving into a care home — but not all care homes are the same.

Moving to Cliveden Manor is not about moving to a care home — it’s simply moving home, allowing you the freedom and flexibility to live your life the way you want within a spacious, comfortable environment that offers companionship and care, but also privacy when you want it.

One step inside this lovely, purpose-built community and you will think you are in a luxury hotel.

Residents can choose between restaurant dining or our bistro, together with lounges, a café, library, computer suite, hair salon and spa.

Loneliness is never a problem here, with a huge range of varied activities and entertainment for those who would like to join in. Friendships are made and new activities experienced.

Residents can choose between studios and one-bedroom apartments with a separate bedroom and sitting room. All suites have their own wet room and kitchenette.

Cliveden Manor offers residential and nursing care and a separate, specialist dementia suite.

To arrange an informal chat or a tour of our home, please call Sarah Loveday on 01628 401100, email sarah. or visit

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