Page last updated - 24 May, 2019 

Safeguarding Policy


Montpellier Manor

 Purpose designed and built, Montpellier Manor is a home in every sense for people with residential or dementia care needs. It has 85 private en-suite bedrooms, as well as a range of communal areas. Residents might choose to meet in the lounges or café bistro, make an appointment at the hair and beauty salon, or join in any of the daily activities. Montpellier Manor is in the pretty Middlesbrough village of Stainton. The tranquil Fairy Dell park is a short drive away, as is the stately 18th century Ormesby Hall, with gardens and permanent model railway displays. Stainton Parish Church is known as the place where Captain James Cook’s parents were married, and the explorer himself was born nearby in Marton. Yarm, a town just 10 miles from Stainton, is also a great place to visit with plenty of shops, restaurants and cafes.

Privacy and independence, friendship and support – 24 hours a day Montpellier Manor offers care and comfort, compassion and friendship. At the heart of all we deliver is our assurance that you will be treated with the respect and dignity that we all deserve. If you need anything at all, we’re here to help, 24 hours a day. Whether in the privacy of your own room or relaxing in the company of your friends and neighbours, we will support you to spend your time doing the things you enjoy. Let us know if it’s music, a favourite newspaper, exercise or a spot of pampering at the salon. Landscaped gardens invite you to appreciate the fresh air and there’s a wide range of social events and activities to enjoy. Meal times are a special part of the day for you to savour tasty food, freshly cooked by our chef to suit you and any dietary needs. And of course, refreshments are available throughout the day for you and your visitors, who are welcome at any time. Montpellier Manor has the latest safety and security design features so you can live life to the full with peace of mind.

A Beautiful New Home In Stainton

MHA was founded in 1943 by a group of Methodists who wanted to improve the quality of life of older people in the time before the creation of Welfare State. They continue to have strong support from Methodists as well as other Christians to this day.

I visited the new home in Stainton for its open day and was very impressed. It’s almost a shame I will need to wait a few more years before I am mature enough to be a client!

The establishment is able to take both self funded and authority supported residents. We were shown individual and communal facilities that I would have expected in a quality hotel.

David Everitt - My Report - not that of Middlesbrough Circuit!