Work has completed on Sleaford Manor, a 67-bed, £6m development for Yorkare, located in Brough, Yorkshire.
The latest addition to Yorkcare’s portfolio of Yorkshire and Lincolnshire care homes, Sleaford Manor was built by construction firm Hobson & Porter and is the seventh project the company has completed for Yorkare since 2015.
Facilities at Sleaford Manor include an in-house bar, dining rooms, a beauty salon and hairdressing room, a cinema, and outdoor terraces on each floor. The development is surrounded by landscaped gardens with private seating areas, as well as a bowling green and allotments.
Nicola Anderson, marketing and community engagement manager at Yorkare, said: “Sleaford Manor is our tenth care home, which is a major milestone for us, and it’s already proving very popular with people in and around Sleaford who are looking for a special place to start the next chapter of their lives.
“We’re already welcoming our first residents to Sleaford Manor and would urge anyone who would like to find out more about the outstanding levels of care offered and the luxury facilities, to get in contact with us.”
Mark Smee, director at Hobson & Porter, commented: “We’re very pleased to complete work on this latest development for Yorkare, which follows a string of successful projects in Louth, Cottingham, Cleethorpes Beverley, Hessle, and Hornsea. In addition, we’re currently working on another project for Yorkare at Haxby, which will complete next year.
“Yorkare has established a strong reputation for pushing industry boundaries when it comes to the design and luxury fit out of its homes. This translates into exceptional homes in prominent locations and Sleaford Manor, which is much more akin to an up-market hotel than a care home, offers a stunning living environment where residents will aspire to live.”