Welcome to the
We are a family run business with 30 years+ experience in providing quality care
The Morleigh Group is owned by a local family who were born in St. Austell and have been in business for over thirty years. Establishing their first care home in 1999, The Brake Manor. The family have continued to grow their portfolio of homes.
The Morleigh Group consists of six care homes:
Established as a care home in 1984 and situated in one of the most delightful areas of mid-Cornwall to the East of the Fowey River, the Home is set in over three acres of landscaped gardens which are used by our residents.Read more
St. Theresa’s is a dual registered EMI residential and general nursing home located in Callington in Cornwall. With 42 beds available, there is a relaxed, atmosphere for all residents.Read more
The Brake Manor Care Home situated just outside St Austell in 13 acres of woodland, provides a warm and welcoming environment for service users and families.Read more
Clinton House Care Centre is situated in its own pleasant grounds on the old road to Truro and is only minutes away from the town centre of St. Austell. We have recently enjoyed a huge refurbishment programme.Read more
Tregertha Court is a stunning building overlooking the Looe river. It has many advantage points for our residential clients to be able to take advantage of this view.Read more
Located in the beautiful small town of Lostwithiel, Collamere Nursing Home offers a mix of a traditional house and purpose built accommodation providing nursing and residential care.Read more
Types of care
Our homes at Brake Manor and Elmsleigh are specialists in the provision of dementia care. Both homes are staffed with specialists who have recieved specialist training to be able to fully support our service users who have been diagnosed with Alzheimers and Dementia.
Our residential care provision is able to offer residents a safe and secure environment where they can relax and know that help is at hand whatever time, day or night.
Our respite care aims to provide people with extra support giving regular home carers a chance to take a break, recharge their batteries and look after their wellbeing. Not only can respite be a break for carers, it can also have a great impact on the service user.