My Mum has been in this home for five years. I have had no concerns at… Read more “Joanne H (Relative)”

Joanne H (Relative)



Manor ParkManor Park Dementia Nursing Home

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Manor Park is an award-winning nursing home in Weston Super Mare, providing specialised care for people with dementia, or those requiring respite or palliative care. Situated close to both the sea front and town centre, we are a Dementia Care Matters Butterfly Service ® Home because our standard of dementia care adheres to a highly-acclaimed national level of person-centred care.

As a family-run home we have been providing dementia care to the community in and around Weston Super Mare since 2006. Our ethos is to enhance each resident’s quality of life and ensure everyone has a purpose, no matter how big or small because feeling valued is a crucial part of care.

Lauren Barnes Manager / Director

What families say about Manor Park..

All aspects of care at the home are excellent. Sometimes, my mother can be difficult. The patience and kindness at all times is brilliant. The staff are so good. I have no worries or concerns about my mothers’ care. I am very grateful to the Manor Nursing Home for their love and care. Many thanks to them all.

Gail L, (Daughter)

My Mum has been in this home for five years. I have had no concerns at all. They let me know if there any problems. I have peace of mind as I know she is safe and secure and would recommend it to anybody. The staff are conscientious and caring and thoughtful. 100% all the way.

Joanne H, (Relative)

My father was extremely well looked after even though his stay at Manor Park Dementia Nursing Home was short. The staff there were excellent.Not only was my father given the utmost care the rest of the family was also treated exceptionally during visits. We wish to thank all the staff at Manor Park for their care, help and support during this difficult time.

Debbie V , (Daughter)

Mum has been living in the care home for 4 years and is very happy there. The staff are all very good and helpful.

David B , (Son)

I would recommend Manor Park Dementia Nursing Home to any family looking for a care home for a family member. My mother has been there for 5 years now and has been well cared for in all that time.

Jennifer T, (Relative)

My mother spent the last few months of her life at Manor Park. The staff were so lovely and treated her with respect, tenderness and joy. The home itself is beautiful with memory prompts and tactile rooms. I could not recommend the outstanding level of care my mother received and we, the family, will be eternally grateful.

Sue A , (Daughter)

The care my wife was given in the 5 years she was in Manor Park Care Home was at the most excellent. I was unable to find fault when I was visiting the home, also attention given by staff and carers alike.

Vernon U , (Husband)

The staff always seem happy and friendly in a challenging environment. Any visitors seem to be made welcome. Nothing seems to be too much trouble

A G, (Son)

What we do at Manor Park

We offer specialist care for different stages of dementia as well as respite and palliative care. Our staff give the people that live here the help and support they need to live well and feel valued. Our aim is to create an environment where people feel like they belong and matter.

We invest in the latest technology and equipment, and have access to a wide range of activities using our minibus for excursions and trips to local attractions.

Awards for Manor Park

We are sensitive to each person and always treat them as an individual, focusing on their wellbeing whilst meeting their individual needs. Thanks to the commitment of those working at Manor Park, we achieved the status of Dementia Care Matters Butterfly Home®

“Togetherness is important, we learn from each other, we share a lived experience where our reality intertwines with the group in our Butterfly Community. In the end, we are talking about real humans with real lives, real stories, real hopes, real dreams and a passion to make a real difference in ageing society, one which is grounded in freedom, hope, love and truth.”

Find out more at the Dementia Care Matters website