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Care & Facilities

It is essential to us at Orchard Manor that our residents receive the highest calibre of care and that this is tailored to meet their individual needs. From the initial enquiry, through to admission and long term care. The management and staff are here to ensure needs and requirements are continually assessed and high-quality care is provided. Our facilities are adapted to cater for all nursing and dementia needs and features such as our ‘interactive train’ enhance the quality of life for our residents living with dementia.


We have two different specialist units within Orchard Manor which are called Maple and Willow.

Care We Provide

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Willow unit is a 45-bed dementia unit, spread over two floors.  The residents who live on this unit all have different levels of cognitive impairment due to their...

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Maple unit is a 48-bed unit, spread over two floors. The residents who live on the first two floors of this unit have a varying levels of nursing...

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Access to kitchen facilities

Activity Room

Flexible mealtimes

Internet access / WIFI


Landscaped Gardens

Quiet Lounge

Special dietary requirements

TV Lounge

Duck Pond

Interactive Train

Willow Cafe

Sensory Calming Suite

Cinema Room


Disabled Bathroom

Disabled WC / facilities

Disability & LGBT Awareness


Lifting & Handling equipment

Nearby amenities (within 1 mile of Chester)

Step-free Access

Wheelchair access within home

Near public transport links


Electric profiling beds

En-suite bathrooms

Furnished rooms (own furniture welcome)

Nurse call systems

Room with garden view

Secure access to building

Smoke detectors

Telephone points in rooms

Thermostatic radiators

Large bedrooms available

“The staff are so caring to my mum, they are very welcoming to me and keep me informed on how she is. Mum really enjoyed the visit from a pony and goat this week. The staff at this home are wonderful, I can't thank them enough”.

Helen P (Daughter of Resident)