Marian House Kimmage

Marian House
Kimmage Manor
Whitehall Road
Dublin 12

Contact: Regina Sheridan

Tel: 00353 (0) 1 4064449
Email: [email protected]

Hiqa Reports:

Marian House is a single-story, purpose-built centre in a complex of buildings which include a large church, a school, adult education centre and monastery.

It provides 27 residential and convalescence places for the elderly priests of the Congregation of the Holy Spirit, including people with a dementia related condition.
There are also ten individual apartments and three shared houses which are utilised by more independent members of the Congregation.

The complex is surrounded by fields and trees and has extensive landscaped gardens.

A high standard of decorative maintenance is evident throughout.
All of the corridors overlook the well maintained, secure garden areas, with walkways and seating areas for residents.

Marian House Nursing Home is located off Whitehall Road, within five minutes drive of Kimmage and Terenure villages on the Southside of Dublin city.
There are several buses to and from the city centre which stop close by on the Whitehall Road.

Information courtesy of HIQA reports and other sources.

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