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84 places for residential and dementia care 

About Belvedere Manor

Opened in January 2015, Belvedere Manor is a beautiful, luxurious home for 84 people with residential or dementia care needs.

A dedicated and compassionate team ensure everyone receives the person-centred care they deserve, tailored to their individual needs and preferences.

We offer long term and respite care in warm, welcoming and comfortable surroundings. All our rooms are en suite with modern facilities. And our 24-hour support ensures you continue to enjoy maximum independence with peace of mind, knowing that help is always at hand.

“I describe Belvedere Manor as a luxury hotel, with extra care. I cannot envisage a better environment for my mother.” Independent relative review,

Rated 9.8/10 ( reviews, July 2019)

100% of residents are happy with the care and support they receive (Latest Your Care Rating, 2019)

What makes Belvedere Manor special?

  • Luxurious accommodation and en suite bedrooms
  • Professional colleagues, who care for everyone as an individual
  • Personalised care plans, developed with residents and their family
  • Our passionate activities coordinators
  • Music therapy 
  • Regular trips and entertainment
  • Landscaped gardens and patio areas
  • Hair and beauty salon
  • A dedicated Chaplain
  • Coffee shop and bar.

We work hard to ensure the right balance of privacy and company for each individual, and residents can be sure of quality and choice in their care, ensuring they can live life to the full in the way they wish.

“Since arriving at Belvedere Manor, I’ve seen a visible improvement in my Mum's sense of wellbeing and engagement with day to day activities. The care team support her in maintaining her independence.” Independent relative review,

Where are we?

We’re in a quiet residential area in Colne, just off the A56 Burnley Road. With views over Pendle Hill, our convenient location ensures that residents can enjoy the peace of their home while remaining connected to the wider world.

Activities, trips and events

Our landscaped gardens and patios are lovely areas to relax and there are even some friendly ornamental sheep grazing on the lawn. The hair and beauty salon offers a spot of pampering, and there is a coffee shop and bar which are the perfect places to get together with friends.

We have an optional schedule of events and activities which we change weekly, helping residents to explore their interests and discover new ones. There’s a gardening club, armchair exercises, art and crafts, baking, quizzes and church services. We also have a dedicated chaplain and offer music therapy for our residents living with dementia.

Our shared spaces include a seaside area, a gardening corner and there’s a beautiful grand piano in one of the lounges. With weekly visits from nursery children, regular entertainment from local musicians, and trips out in our own minibus, there’s never a dull moment.

Award-winning music therapy

Belvedere Manor Care Home is committed to providing alternative therapies such as music therapy to help alleviate isolation and the symptoms for those living with dementia. Our trained therapist is funded by charitable donations. She spends a day each week at the home and interacts directly with residents through live music therapy sessions. This includes singing, playing simple percussion instruments or responding to musical cues in a one-to-one or group setting. Take a look at our video to find out more about this life-changing therapy.

Chaplaincy and pastoral support

Belvedere Manor is proud to be supported by a dedicated Chaplain who offers pastoral support to all, whatever their beliefs. Our chaplain provides a listening presence, companionship and one-to-one pastoral support for all residents, their friends and relatives, and staff members - irrespective of their beliefs - and organise worship for those who wish to participate. Where appropriate, residents are encouraged to maintain links with local faith communities.

Seize the day – unique and memorable opportunities

Funded through charitable support, every MHA care home also prides itself in being able to offer unique and memorable opportunities and activities for residents to quite literally help them 'seize the day'.

My Mum has been a resident here for several months now, and although our family had many anxieties about Mum moving out...

Posted by Kez Judge on Sunday, 11 August 2019

Privacy and independence, friendship and support - 24 hours a day

Belvedere Manor offers care and comfort, compassion and friendship. At the heart of all we offer is our assurance that you will be treated with the respect and dignity that we all deserve, and if you need anything at all, we’re here to help, 24 hours a day.

Whether in the privacy of your own room or relaxing in the company of your friends and neighbours, we will support you to spend your time doing the things you enjoy. Let us know if it’s music, a favourite newspaper, exercise or a spot of pampering at the salon. Landscaped gardens invite you to appreciate the fresh air, or tend the plants, if you wish. There’s a wide range of social events, so you never need to feel bored or lonely.

Belvedere Manor has the latest safety and security design features so you can live life to the full with peace of mind.

Residential care

Finding a place that you can call "home" is a question of getting the right balance.

Belvedere Manor’s residential care provides 24 hour support to help you maintain independence – giving you peace of mind and a place to make new friends and explore new interests.

In many ways it is like living in a luxury hotel, where you don’t need to worry about laundry, changing the bed or cleaning your room. We will use the district nurse and GPs to provide any medical care. Our caring staff help with everyday activities like bathing and dressing and support at meal times.

At the same time, we’ll support you to maintain links with the local community, or develop new friendships. Care staff will help you do that, while also working hard to create a home that’s full of opportunity and possibility.

In the main living areas of the home you will find lounges where you can join in one of the many activities with others or sit quietly with a book or newspaper.

Dedicated dementia care

MHA is a pioneer of person-centred dementia care in the UK.

With a reputation for providing the highest quality care, our person-centred care recognises each person as a unique individual and addresses their own spiritual and physical needs, with both reassurance and support.

Everyone with dementia is different. At Belvedere Manor, we take time to get to know each individual’s history, personality and preferences, and find ways to make every day fulfilling. There is wide range of activities and reminiscence therapy, keeping social interaction and stimulation a key part of everyday life.

Focusing on individual needs and support for older people, we make sure that we help our residents live later life well, aiming to alleviate the symptoms of dementia with understanding and expertise.

Our dementia areas at Belvedere Manor are designed to be safe for you, and also as familiar, reassuring and as easy to navigate as possible. 

We provide ‘show and tell’ at mealtimes where you are visually presented with the two meals on the menu so you can select which one you would like. Other options are also available if you would like an alternative.

“Mum is on the dementia floor and the staff are the best! She is treated with kindness and compassion each and every day.” Independent relative review,

Your room

All of the bedrooms at Belvedere Manor are luxuriously furnished with en suite wet rooms. We have free wifi throughout the home.

You can bring your own furniture to furnish your room, such as a favourite armchair or own bed. Walls can be personalised with your own pictures, shelving and ornaments.

“The home is furnished and decorated to a very high standard and is extremely comfortable. The bedrooms are very spacious with excellent en suite facilities.” Independent relative review,

Food and drink

Meal times are a special part of the day for you to savour tasty food, freshly cooked by our chef to suit you and any dietary needs. And, of course refreshments are available throughout the day for you and your visitors, who are welcome at any time.

Our coffee shop is open daily for you to enjoy a drink, cake and chat. It’s also a lovely place for visitors to join you.

“The food is freshly prepared and appetising. They cater for all palates and all medicinal requirements.” Independent relative review,

Our commitment to your wellbeing

Our highly-trained, dedicated members of staff will always be on hand to provide your care and support in the way that best suits you, in the comfort of your own room with en suite facilities.

We choose the people who work with us very carefully. They need to share our values and respect people, their life experience and personal choices.

We take pride in the cleanliness and maintenance of your home and provide a thorough and friendly cleaning service. Your personal washing will be carefully laundered and returned to you, clean and fresh.

Our new fish tank adds a tranquil, relaxing feel to our lounge. Or sit out and enjoy our garden with our friendly (pretend!) sheep. And a trip to our hair and beauty salon will help keep you feeling and looking your best.

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Indicative fees for self-funding residents at Belvedere Manor Care Home, Lancashire

(1st April 2020 - 31st March 2021)

Residential care

Depending on the level of residential care required, gross weekly fees will range from:

£1011.06 (Single en suite with shower, low care needs) to a maximum of £1058.36 (Single en suite with shower, high care needs)

Residential dementia care

Depending on the level of residential dementia care required, gross weekly fees will range from:

£1022.62 (Single en suite with shower, low care needs) to a maximum of £1069.92 (Single en suite with shower, high care needs)

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