The New Nature of Senior Living
Type of Community
Continuing Care Community
Range of Services
Cornwall Manor, which is a not-for-profit community, offers a full range of services, including Independent Living, Personal Care, Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation. Other services include physician’s office, pharmacy, services, maintenance, housekeeping, transportation and dining (no meal plans are required).
One- and two-bedroom apartments range in size from 630 to 1,500 square feet. Houses range in size from 1,000 to 2,700 square feet. Construction is underway on homes in our newest neighborhood, The Pines.
Residents enjoy activities such as concerts, book, card and game clubs, social get-togethers, lectures, trips and chapel choir. Cultural and educational opportunities are also available. They also have access to a woodworking shop, a train room, garden/greenhouses and a library. Volunteer opportunities are also available.
Cornwall Manor is home to two fitness centers, one of which is the site of a therapeutic indoor pool and spa. Residents can workout via state-of-the-art equipment or a wide range of fitness classes. Outdoors, there is a putting green, a bocce court and many walking trails. Residents can also engage in billiards, table tennis, dance lessons and Nintendo Wii.
What Makes Cornwall Manor Unique
Cornwall Manor is a uniquely beautiful senior-living community located on 190 wooded acres in Central Pennsylvania. Our welcoming community has been compared to a college campus because of its blend of historic buildings and new homes and connection to nature via walking paths and trails, including the Lebanon Valley Rails to Trails. Tucked in the quiet countryside of Lebanon County, Cornwall Manor is just minutes from shopping, dining, cultural events, the Lebanon VA Medical Center, Penn State Hershey Medical Center, Lebanon Valley College and much more.
Aptly named for its location in historic Cornwall, the community makes its home on the former estate of the Coleman family, one of America’s great founding families who owned and operated the Cornwall Iron Furnace. Founded in the 1700s, the furnace forged cannonballs that were used during the Revolutionary War. The Colemans’ stately Victorian-style home remains the centerpiece of the community to this day.
Cornwall Manor has offered older adults independent-living residences – with access to a continuum of care – since 1949. While much has happened since we opened the doors to what was originally known as The Methodist Church Home at Cornwall, we retain our commitment to compassion, excellence and service. Because of that commitment, our residents are presented with countless opportunities for staying active, engaged and fulfilled.
We take pride in the fact that Cornwall Manor was named “Best Retirement Community” and “Best Personal Care” for 10 years in a row by the Lebanon Daily News. Both our nursing center and personal care have received years of deficiency-free inspections.