Guardian acquires two homes in Scotland

Posted on December 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Guardian Care Homes Group has acquired another two care homes in Scotland. The 24-bed Strathgarve Lodge, a care home for more than 20 years, is situated near Inverness, on a 100-acre estate at the head of Loch Garve in Ross-shire. Catalina House care home, in the Teaninich area of Alness, also near Inverness, specialises in caring for and supporting people with medium to long-term mental health care needs. It offers full residential and respite care for up to 25 people, along with day care facilities. Guardian Care Homes group managing director Marlene Butler said Catalina House would be extended and revamped in the coming months to provide additional single ensuite rooms. “We are very pleased to add these two premises to our Group and look forward to working with the local authorities to continue providing a quality service for the community,” Ms Butler said. “Our plan is to refurbish both homes and to also extend Catalina House to ensure the facilities offered are first class.” The acquisitions take the num

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