This community is exceptional for its generous selection of suites. There are four different styles of suites to choose from, but all are ideally spacious, complementing the overall beauty and modernity of the building. The views from suites are another wonderful aspect of life here. Some look out on the Rideau River, while others look out over the vibrant main street of the village.
It's an ideal destination for people from throughout Ottawa Region who want proximity to the capital but crave the best quality living environment, at prices that are suitably lower than you'll find closer to Ottawa centre.
The first thing that strikes you about Manotick Place Retirement Community is the beauty of the exterior of the building. Step into the building and look around, the impression of beauty only deepens. There are splashes of rich colour that brighten every room, and when you look closely at the construction and the décor you see caring craftsmanship.
Equally as impressive as the architecture and design is the discernible happiness of community residents and staff. During group activities here (Bingo, for example, is popular) it becomes a lively, fun group of friends. There are also garden parties in the summer and frequent outings in downtown Manotick, where every convenience you'll need is readily available. Nestled as it is in the crook of the river, this community fosters closeness. And like the town itself, Manotick Place combines the best of country living with proximity to capital city fun.
When you walk in here, you gasp at how lovely the building is, the wonderful decor, the many flowers everywhere, inside and out, the picture-laden walls, but what this place truly is ... a building with heart - an incredible staff.—Edith , resident
Manotick Place is such a beautiful place to live and there [is] always something to do. Being so close to Manotick is very nice and we can enjoy the scenery whenever we want.—Clara, resident
The staff is incredibly friendly and helpful. I couldn't ask for anything better!—Kirk, resident
May 9, 2019 Almost 5 years ago, my kids and I went to Newfoundland for a family reunion with their Dad's Kieley family. Flying home, landing late at Ottawa, I stayed with my daughter in Manotick. Her daughter-in-law showered and put her wet feet on the tile floor, and old stupid here, went dashing in, hit the water and smashed into the wall, breaking my ankle to pieces. Operation in Ottawa, then had to come somewhere to rehab, this place was brand new, so Barb placed me here. After 3 months of c—Edith Allard, resident
Testimonial from Resident
May 9, 2019 Almost 5 years ago, my kids and I went to Newfoundland for a family reunion with their Dad's Kieley family. Flying home, landing late at Ottawa, I stayed with my daughter in Manotick. Her daughter-in-law showered and put her wet feet on the tile floor, and old stupid here, went dashing in, hit the water and smashed into the wall, breaking my ankle to pieces. Operation in Ottawa, then had to come somewhere to rehab, this place was brand new, so Barb placed me here. After 3 months of care, I was fit to go back to Pembroke, BUT, I had fallen in love with the building and staff, so here I stayed..,sold the farm, and am living happily. The building is gorgeous, but the staff MAKES the place. From chef and waiters to cleaning lady, Joe and Sebastian, nurses and psw's, they all are so very caring of everybody. Plus the entertainment and activities. When friend or family call I am NEVER in my room, just out enjoying whatever is going on. Besides the staff theinmates I have met have become family to me. I used to rant at God for breaking my ankle, now I look heavenward and say,thanks so much for blessing me with an injury that brought me to Eden on earth.—Edith Allard, resident
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