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New luxury care home in Bridge of Weir is now open

Our brand new purpose-built, luxury state-of-the-art care home in Renfrewshire is now open. The home, located on Kilmacolm Road in Bridge of Weir, in the heart of the beautiful Renfrewshire village, has fully-compliant beds for 74 people and will employ more than 60, while the construction created almost 100 contractor and site worker positions locally.

Set back from the main road with level access to the entrance and grounds the care home forms an integral part of the wider Bridge of Weir community, with perfect surroundings for residents wishing to maintain a more independent lifestyle.

Expertly designed, the home meets all current Care Inspectorate requirements and provides the highest standards of safety, comfort, and care. The Bridge of Weir home will deliver one of the finest care homes in the country while retaining a homely and welcoming ambience. Finished to resemble a well-appointed upmarket hotel, with luxury five-star accommodation, care and service, the home delivers a home from home for residents and reassurance of quality to families.

The home will accommodate residents from both the private and public sectors. It has private dining areas, hair salon, cinema room. a bar, games room, several lounges and quiet lounges all designed to provide residents with a choice of venue in which to spend their time and socialise with friends old and new. Bedrooms on the lower floor enjoy private patio areas accessed from their bedrooms, while there are balconies from upper lounges with tremendous views over the River Gryffe and across the countryside.

Director of Care at Morar Living, Linda Meston said:

“Our aim is to develop exemplary new care homes, which provide safe and secure environments for our residents, to enable later life to be lived to the full. Enquiries have started taking off as people start to think about their own care needs, or their loved one’s need for care which may have been highlighted or delayed during the pandemic.”

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