Work has begun on the development of a 76-bed Hallmark care home which will feature a café and ice cream parlour.
Set to provide residential and dementia care, Midford Manor in Bath will also boast a state-of-the-art cinema, luxurious hairdressing salon and therapy room.
What’s more, there will be an abundance of outdoor space on all floors, including terraces, a roof garden and orangery where residents will be encouraged to take part in gardening and enjoy the sun all year round.
Hallmark’s managing director Ram Goyal, chair Avnish Goyal and the site’s construction team were recently joined by deputy mayor Gerry Curran and head teacher Claire Parfitt from St Martin’s Garden Primary School to officially mark the start of the project.
The home is being built by Hallmark’s sister company, Savista Developments, and is expected to cost £14 million.
“We are so excited to have started our fifth care home project with Savista since launching in September last year,” says Avnish. “We have a wealth of knowledge and experience building award-winning care homes and we cannot wait to create this luxurious care home for the community of Bath and deliver exceptional care.”
The home is scheduled to open its doors in spring 2022.