Nursing Home in Edinburgh

We are proud of our purpose-built, luxury care home here at Manor Grange. Positioned in a desirable area of Edinburgh, pleasant views of Carrick Knowe Golf Course can be enjoyed from the rear of our care home. Manor Grange features accommodation for up to 83 people and provides exceptional care for older people including Residential, Nursing, Respite and Dementia needs. An enriching and varied lifestyle is promised at our care home thanks to a full range of easily accessible on-site facilities. Our facilities include therapeutic gardens, fine dining, a cinema room, a library and a hair & beauty salon.

Life at Manor Grange Care Home

Every day is different here at our Edinburgh care home. Our hardworking Activities Coordinators are able to offer an ever-changing calendar of activities, including trips and events designed to be enjoyed by older people. We love nothing more than seeing our residents engaged and excited with something they have created or dancing to a song that reminds them of their past. If residents decide they’d rather spend time doing their own thing, they have the freedom to do so. We want all residents to live their lives exactly the way they want to so that they feel comfortable and content in their endeavours. If residents would like to have afternoon tea with a family member for special occasions, we welcome loved ones to our care home at any time.

Afternoon Tea Outside
Residents Holding Hands and Laughing

Getting Out and About in Edinburgh

We are delighted to be located within such an idyllic location of Edinburgh. With a golf course directly behind the care home and Edinburgh Zoo across the street, there is so much to do within a short distance of Manor Grange. If residents want to delve further into the capital, they don’t need to worry about taking public transport, as our chauffeur car service is one of the many perks offered to residents. Residents can sit back and relax while they are driven to their requested destination to and from the care home.  

We believe our care home in Edinburgh truly is one of the most pleasant places to live in Scotland, especially for the older individual. There are so many stunning spots as well as local shops in Edinburgh that residents can visit with family members Fantastic historic sites include Edinburgh Castle, St Margaret’s Place and Arthur’s Seat; a stunning extinct volcano with breathtaking views of Edinburgh. Mary King’s Close, Linlithgow Palace, and the Royal Botanic Garden are also just a few of the fantastic attractions that the local community of Edinburgh has to offer.

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Resident and Loved One Outside

Residential Care

Residential Care is the best care option for individuals needing assistance with daily life tasks such as bathing, dressing, and personal hygiene. Residential care, allows residents to treat our care home as their own and go about their daily activities as they usually would, taking advantage of the various services and amenities on offer within our care home. 

A Residential home enables senior adults to live in a group setting rather than alone, allowing them to socialise with like-minded people whilst receiving person-centred care from our incredible care team. In addition to this, residents receive tasty home-cooked meals prepared by our head chef every day.

Entertainment Room
Elderly Woman Holding Hands

Dementia Care

Dementia is a long-term, degenerative condition that affects a number of functions, including speech, memory and communication. With the proper care and attention, people living with dementia can continue to live their lives to the fullest while continuing the pursuit of their favourite activities at our well-equipped care home. 

Our goal is to help residents maintain their sense of self and independence for as long as possible. At Manor Grange Care Home, we recognise that no two individuals living with dementia are the same. While some may only need minor assistance at the start, health needs may change over time as the condition progresses, therefore we ensure to reassess when the time is right.

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Nursing Care

Our home offers nursing care which is a care type suitable for those who are in need of constant medical and personal care. Our highly skilled team can administer medication, assist those with physical disabilities, and provide a high quality of specialist care for residents with long-term illnesses and conditions. 

We want our residents to live a comfortable and content lifestyle every day at our nursing home, that’s why as a result of the hard work achieved our senior staff, registered nurses and care assistants, every individual is being looked after to the best of their ability. We offer many forms of entertainment and activities for everyone to be a part of, no matter what challenges someone may be dealing with. Nursing care plans are created for each resident to ensure they receive a high level of nursing care that’s tailored to their individual needs.

Nurse Taking Blood Pressure of Elderly Man
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Respite Care

Respite care is a care type that gives short-term care for someone who needs assistance for a period of time. The Manor Grange team offers personalised care and support to help reduce the stress from someone’s life, whether someone has fallen, is recovering from an illness, or a carer needs a break from duties. 

No matter how long someone needs to stay at our care home, all residents receive only the highest-quality respite care until they are fully ready. Respite care can also be used as a way of trialling at a stay at a care home before making the transition to move in permanently.

Seating Area
Tea and Pastries

We Are Here For You

Knowing when to start looking for residential care homes or nursing homes on behalf of a loved one can be a confusing place to be for many. The care teams and Home Manager at Manor Grange are here to provide support and help you make an informed decision for a loved one. Our experienced team will discuss with you the care needs of the individual, and by learning a bit more about them we will be able to recommend the most suitable type of care. 

Manor Grange is regulated by the Care Inspectorate, which is a scrutiny body that regulates and inspects the quality of care in care homes and nursing homes in Scotland and supports the services in order to make positive changes. Residents will have peace of mind knowing that our nursing home meets a high standard of care.

Resident and Staff
Hands on Top of One Another Comforting