Westminster Manor Of Bradenton
Overall Rating 3.7 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Barbara Bush★★★★★ 4 months ago
There are so many things we love about life at the Manor. One of the daily things is the wonderful food we have. We rarely go "out" to eat because we have such great meals every day. It's like eating at a 4 star restaurant with a family atmosphere. After church on Sundays, we don't say to our friends, "Let's go to Ruby Tuesdays to eat." We say, "you guys come on and eat with us at our place (the Manor)." Hard to beat!
Carolyn Denison★★★★★ 4 months ago
Moving here means stress-free, carefree living. You can live in your own house, but you don't have to take care of it! For example, two months ago, my wife was doing the laundry and suddenly the machine decided it didn't want to work. All we had to do was call for maintenance, and two hours later, we had a brand-new washing machine. We don't have to worry about our appliances, service contracts, or the costs. You can plan your expenses to the dime. And if one of us has surgery, we can stay in the Health Center for a few weeks to get back on our feet
Roxi Johncox★★★★★ 4 months ago
My mom and I both love that there are so many things to do at Westminster Manor. She swims six days a week, she's in the choir, she goes to church, and she still has time to do water aerobics. At the same time, she can still have her privacy in her own home. It's an apartment with a great view of the pool, and it's a secure place for her to be. She can get to the doctor on the community bus, and some of the doctors even come here. Best of all, she has so many friends here, plus her two cats. The people are very friendly. It's been a very nice experience. My daughter said to me the other day, "You should move to Westminster Manor, too!"
Munro Sherrill★★★★★ 3 months ago
Some of the things that we weren't looking for is what we found at other communities. We didn't want to live somewhere that was so dressy, so formal, that we didn't feel comfortable. Westminster Manor's not a formal place -- it's so casual and friendly. I remember going into several communities, we looked at eight or nine, and had brochures collected on all of them. People didn't look happy! It was amazing to me that we would walk in and people were not very positive, sometimes just down in the dumps. Here, people are so happy. We picked up on it right away and it helped us make our decision. We didn't want to be somewhere people were downcast. This has been such a positive move for us.
Taylor Hill★★★★★ 4 months ago
I love to call this place home. When I first walked through the front door, I knew I was at home. I looked at a lot of other communities and this is the place for me. Here, you can be by yourself or you can be with somebody, whatever you want. Plus, the food is good, day in and day out. The staff here are always open to new things. When it comes to having something to do, the resident lifestyle team goes out of their way to make sure there's something for us every day and for every interest. The staff here are dedicated -- all of them!
|License Effective Date||2014-06-01|
|License Expiration Date||2016-05-31|
|Facility Type||Assisted Living Facility|
|Mailing Street||80 W Lucerne Circle|
|Owner||Presbyterian Retirement Communities Inc.|
|Owner Since Date||1991-05-08|
|Facility Administrator||Gloria L Tausch|
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