The Area

We are set alongside the banks of the River Thames in a secluded area of Old Windsor. The centre is a prime location with pleasant river views.

Outside the grounds of the Care Home is The Parish Church of St Peter and St Andrew. The church was first built in 1216, on the site of an earlier building. It was restored and rebuilt in 1863 but still retains its original Early English chancel and tower.

The Manor Care Home is within close proximity of London with easy access to the M4 and M25, and the picturesque surroundings create a tranquil and relaxing atmosphere.

Old Windsor

Old Windsor’s most important asset is the large numbers of unspoilt rural areas, including 1,000 acres of National Trust Property, and 4,800 acres owned by the Crown Estate. There is also a network of widely-used public footpaths, bridleways and byways which give access to the countryside and river. The area is home to some of the finest land along the path of The River Thames.

We are just 3 miles from Windsor town center with attractions such as the world famous Windsor Castle, River Thames & Eton College.

Also, Locally, is Datchet village which has its own history and distinct personality, with many boutiques, fine arts and crafts, florists and wine merchants. With charming surroundings and friendly people, where better to spend your time when visiting friends and family visit.

Old Windsor