Accommodation

Accommodation

Accommodation

Accommodation

Elderly care services in a high quality ‘home from home’ environment

A friendly and warm welcome awaits you at both of our care homes in Edinburgh. Both of our facilities have been designed to meet the needs of our residents with special consideration for those with Dementia.

Access

Accommodation in both Cluny Lodge and Chamberlain is wheelchair friendly with large lifts that provide access to the upper floors. There is also limited parking at both facilities.

Our En-suite Bedrooms

All of our bedrooms are bespoke and individually decorated with attention to detail. They are all decorated to a very high standard in Tasteful colours with beautiful drapes and carefully selected bedroom furniture. We encourage residents to bring in mementos from home such as a favourite chair, paintings, family photos and ornaments to reflect their taste and feel like their space, their home.

Public Areas

Cluny Lodge has two floors which the residents have named the Balmoral (upstairs) and The Argyll suites (downstairs). Each floor has two sitting rooms, one in each wing. There are 3 designated dining rooms throughout the building.

Chamberlain Has one large dining room on the ground floor and a large, period style lounge on the upper floor.

Both facilities have a variety of sociable areas. Cluny Lodge has a large bright conservatory and Cluny Walk, a Parisian style walkway with café tables and chairs where staff, residents and visitors can enjoy activities or a cup of tea or coffee with friends and family at any time of the day.

Both facilities have thoughtful touches to make them homely and welcoming.

Courtyards and Gardens

Cluny Lodge and Chamberlain have beautiful private courtyards, accessible by wheelchairs, which are designed and maintained by our gardener with the help of the resident's Gardening Clubs. Cluny Lodge also has beautiful mature gardens to the front and side of the building with numerous bird tables which are overlooked by many of our bedrooms.

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