Home Details

Park Manor is a family run business, aiming to create a home environment for our residents which is comfortable, friendly and respectful of each individual’s own views and preferences.

Park Manor is registered with the Care Quality Commission to care for 37 people and is a member of the Dorset Care Association.

Our latest Inspection Report from CQC is always available to view here.

Please contact the Manager at Park Manor Residential Care Home, Mrs Susan Smith, for information on room availability, our tariff of charges, and to arrange a visit to Park Manor.

Contact details

Telephone: 01202 764071


Fax: 01202 765505


  • Park Manor Residential Care Home
  • 8 St. Aldhelm’s Road
  • Poole
  • Dorset BH13 6BS


Activities at Park Manor

Cup Cake Day

Thursday 15th June - 10:30am til 12:00 noon

Park Manor arranges a full program of social activities, which are arranged in consultation with residents at monthly resident meetings. This program includes regular and one-off events taking place at Park Manor, and visits to places of interest.

A typical week from our monthly calendar of events at Park Manor:

  • Monday - Crosswords or Games
  • Tuesday - Hand Massage or One to Ones
  • Wednesday - Trips Out or Arts and Crafts
  • Thursday - Ball exercises or Coffee Club
  • Friday - Quiz or Magic
  • Saturday - Film Club or Skittles
  • Sunday

Church of England and Baptist ministers are regular visitors and services are held in the drawing room. We will also arrange for ministers from other denominations to visit, when residents are unable to attend their place of worship.
Residents are free to choose their own balance of time spent in the privacy of their own quarters, and social interaction.
Friends and relatives are always welcome to visit at any time and may join residents for a meal.
A guest suite can usually be made available for overnight stays. Park Manor has its own transport, with facilities for the disabled.

Pen Friends

Here at Park Manor, some of our residents are looking for that special person to be a "penpal". Someone to share every day stories of their lives by email, letter, postcard would be so exciting and fulfilling for our home residents.

No age barriers apply - young or less young would be fantastic as one of our residents, upon receiving a card from their neighbour’s 15 year old daughter complaining of being told off at school for wearing her skirt so short responded “same in my day”.

Do get in touch and start up a new friendship.