Nottinghamshire care home opens its doors

Interior design approach central to 66-bed development

Ruddington Manor has officially opened

New Care has opened the doors to a new £12m facility in Ruddington, Nottingham.

Ruddington Manor was officially opened by The Lord of Rushcliffe, Councillor Maureen Stockwood, and her consort, Councillor Francis Purdue-Horan.

The 66-bed ‘new generation’ care facility will offer high-quality, person-centred care, with residential, nursing and respite care services available.

The development, built by LNT, features a high-specification finish and was decorated by interior designer, Katie McGoff, ensuring stylish-yet-comfortable and practical spaces.

Well-appointed bedrooms benefit from en-suite wet rooms, while the rest of the home offers a variety of communal lounges, dining rooms, and secure landscaped gardens. It also offers a host of hotel-style services including fine dining, a hair salon, nail bar, concierge and a busy and varied programme of activities and events.

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