Conewood Manor is a family run Residential and Nursing Home, that has been under current ownership since 2014. We have 44 bedrooms with two of the rooms being double rooms. The family live in Bishop’s Stortford and look after the home with love, care and professionalism.
The original part of the care home is grade 2 listed and provides a comfortable, homely atmosphere with many authentic features. After an investment of £1.8 million, the whole home has been refurbished to a very high standard.
All the rooms are high specification with en-suite wet rooms, enhanced lighting and electrically adjustable beds. Please do come and visit. Conewood Manor ensures that residents have all their home comforts and receive outstanding care from the highly skilled nursing, caring and professional staff.
After 5 years of refurbishments and an investment of £1.8m, we are finally finished. Every room is now en-suite, with all rooms apart from two having wet rooms. In addition we have added a 6 bedroom extension, refurbished communal areas and landscaped the outdoor areas. We are very proud of the beautiful building and the superb facilities we are providing for our residents. We have also invested in a wonderful staff team through recruitment and training and are proud of the outstanding care they give to our residents.
Highest quality care from our expert care staff
Short or long stays
Extensive well being and social activities to stimulate and entertain
Fresh cooked wholesome food with choices at every meal
Personalised day care plans that put the resident first
Supportive family atmosphere
Access for visitors through our booking system
Speech Therapist, Chiropodist, Optician, Hairdresser and Dentist
Visits from local clergy
Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP)
Individuals who require PEG feed
End of Life
In all of our Care Homes we believe that food and nutrition are two of the most important factors in the well being of our residents.
For a start good food is important for everyone's enjoyment of life and particularly so for the elderly and the frail. Good nutrition is vital for sustenance and recovery.
Unfortunately dementia is an increasingly prevalent condition in the elderly. All our care homes understand this and are able to provide care for mild sufferers of the condition, including those that develop the condition whilst in the home.
We believe strongly in the importance of keeping minds and bodies as active as possible to assist a person's welfare.
We therefore provide a full range of stimulating activities and entertainment.