Saville Manor Nursing Home

Saville Manor is a beautiful Grade II listed property overlooking the Durdham Downs. It was once the residence of a local dignitary, and has stunning interiors that are in keeping with its distinguished past.

The peaceful lounge area adjoins an airy dining room with patio doors. From here, a raised balcony overlooks a spacious lawn, which is framed by trees and shrubs. There are stunning views from all parts of the house including the spacious bedrooms.

Saville Manor enjoys a quiet residential location but is close to Druid Hill, Blackboy Hill and Westbury Village, apart from the close proximity of the vast and lush Downs.

Type of Care

General Nursing

Saville Manor (42 bedrooms) provides care for people with enduring physical conditions or conditions resulting in physical disability. The primary aim is to assess needs in the context of remaining abilities, habits and lifestyle. Support or assistance is then provided in daily living according to individual choices and preferences while clinical health risks are managed.

We can facilitate long or short term care, respite, convalescence, placement whilst waiting for specialist external assessment for a permanent care package, hospital admission avoidance and packages for people with complex or unstable needs (Continuing Healthcare). Dedicated care is also provided for people who are approaching the end of their life.

Services included in basic fees

  • Accommodation, light, heat and water
  • Individual personal care and support, FNC is retained as nursing charges
  • All meals
  • Laundering of personal clothing and linen
  • Activities and entertainment

Services available at extra cost

  • Dry cleaning if required
  • Hairdressing
  • Chiropody
  • Opticians
  • Dentist
  • Personal clothing
  • Toiletries and other items of luxury or personal nature
  • Outings or day trips
  • Meals provided by the home for a friend or relative
  • Any therapies that are not referred by the NHS
  • Newspapers and magazines
  • Phone calls as per individual charges
  • Private healthcare appointments
  • Transport to private outings or appointments.

What people said about us.

"Working at Saville Manor is an amazing experience. It is full of love and happiness!”: STAFF MEMBER

“It is a delightful home from home!”: RESIDENT

"You do not ask how long you have been here when you are happy!": RESIDENT

“Mum had some days which were very hard for her but the staff did their utmost to try and help her and give her as much comfort as possible. We can't thank them all enough!”: RELATIVE

“I am very pleased that my mother was able to secure a place at Saville Manor when her previous nursing home closed. She is as happy as she can be and I am very satisfied."RELATIVE

“Very strong commitment throughout the team.": RELATIVE

“The lady in the laundry is always so helpful and courteous. The staff are excellent kind, caring and compassionate and always professional and attentive to your needs. Thank you! The manager has wonderful management skills both in dealing with her residents and their families. Her competence, kindness and organizational skills show in the smooth running of the home and was one of the main reasons I chose Saville Manor for my mother.”: RELATIVE

Residents Survey 2015

"This is a very well run home and homely nursing home. mum couldn't have wished for better staff to look after her."

"Excellent care, lovely staff, communication with me as a relative is very good."

"My mum has been at Saville Manor Nursing Home since June this year. She has been well cared and all staff are very friendly and caring, always there when required. She hasn't had any issues and now she is well adapted to this home."

"Very happy home!"

What CQC said about us: Excerpts from the January 2015 Inspection Report

People told us they felt safe and happy living at Saville Manor. Comments people made included; “they handle the delicate matter of care well” and they are “very respectful around personal care”.

We saw warm and friendly relationships between the staff and people who lived in the home. During an afternoon of entertainment from a singer, members of staff danced with people. There was laughter and obvious good humour between them.

Comments included one person telling us, "I feel like a member of a big family."

One person said they were; “very respected” by staff. Another comment was; “they are very good, very caring, in particular [name] is a very lovely member of staff”.