Lilibet Manor

Constantia Healthcare is pleased to announce the acquisition of its fourth home, Lilibet Manor in Crawshawbooth.

The 50-bedroom home provides general residential care, as well as specialist nursing care for people with complex needs, such as Alzheimer’s/Dementia and those with medical/physical disabilities.

Lilibet Manor is close to another home owned by Constantia Healthcare, Queen’s Lodge in Blackburn. The company also has two other homes – Longlands and Roseleigh – in Middlesbrough.

Anthony Massouras, owner of Constantia Healthcare, said: “We’re delighted to have acquired Lilibet Manor and been able to take the number of properties in our Group to four.

“Like our other homes, it has a fantastic reputation and is well rated by our regulator, the Care Quality Commission, so it’s a perfect fit for Constantia Healthcare.

“The home has delivered an excellent standard of care in a kind and professional manner for decades.”

Lilibet Manor consists of two adjoining buildings. The main building used to be a mansion owned by quarry owner John Brooks, (later to become Lord Crawshaw) who erected it in 1830.

An additional unit was added in 1995, specifically for people aged 18 and over with medical and/or/physical disabilities.

Mr Massouras added: “We continually invest in all our homes to ensure the resident experience is second to none and Lilibet Manor is no different.

“We are already busy drawing up plans to carry out a refurbishment of the home in 2022.”

Why Choose Constantia Healthcare?

Residential & Nursing Care

Providing a homely, safe and secure environment for your loved ones

Respite & Day Care

Looking after your loved ones while you have a well-earned rest and break

Alzheimers & Dementia Care

Specialist care for people with complex needs at Roseleigh in Middlesbrough

Varied Activity Programme

Stimulating body and mind with an ever-changing schedule