Location and contact details
Manor House understands making a decision for a loved one is a difficult task especially when Residential Care sometimes receives adverse publicity. Manor House is owned and managed by a local family who live in South Norfolk. Professionals pride themselves on always looking to improve the service they offer and making sure the Resident comes first in whatever they do. The family is involved on a daily basis with each home supporting the Managers to ensure an ‘excellent’ service is maintained to all Residents.
Manor House is situated just a few miles East of Norwich in the village of Blofield and is a home for elderly people without Dementia. In the summer of 2012 they also opened a person centred dementia care facility. Tom Ground, the architect, who, having won a number of awards for residential care facilities, has incorporated a number of design features that will help enable residents with dementia to lead a full and as active life as possible.
The provider is proud of the homes they offer, careful to make sure they feel like a home rather than a hotel, using good quality furnishings and making sure they are well maintained inside and out.
The long standing manager, is supported by a well trained team of staff who proudly deliver person centred care, daily activities, and lovely traditional home cooked food.
Manor House provides both long and short term care.
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Services offered at Manor House
Residential - Your Room
- Emergency call systems:
- Pets allowed:
- TV and telephone point in resident rooms:
- Rooms with full en-suite bathroom:
- Smoking allowed:
- Shared rooms available for couples:
- Day care:
- Respite care:
- Accepting referrals from Local Authority(s):
- Accepting self-funded clients:
- Emergency care:
- Accepting new clients:
Residential - Shared Spaces
- Overnight visitor facilities:
- Secure access to the building:
- Access to kitchen facilities:
- Transport available at the home:
- Disabled access throughout the home and gardens:
- Gardens or secure outside space:
- Good access to public transport links:
- Recreation room:
Residential - health and lifestyle
- Internet access:
- A place of worship or visiting clergy:
- Residents may retain own GP:
- Scheduled GP rounds:
- Special diets:
- On-site hairdressing:
- Daily activities and entertainment: