A charming retirement home in the heart of Kirkland
Located in Kirkland, West Island, Montreal, Chartwell Manoir Kirkland offers peace of mind in a green, culturally diverse setting near many shops and services, including the Lakeshore General Hospital. Our bilingual residence welcomes English- and French-speaking seniors from all over the region. Chartwell Manoir Kirkland also offers access to additional care if the need arises over time.
Just like home!
At Chartwell Manoir Kirkland, we’ve thought of everything to help you relax in a warm, safe atmosphere. Our residence offers a wide range of spacious studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments and includes all the comforts you need to feel at home. Our in-house chef will prepare fresh, nutritious and delicious daily meals for you to enjoy in our dining room. Feel free to sample one such meal during your first visit!
A strong community spirit
Our common areas are designed to foster a sense of community and support an active social life in a dynamic, engaging space. Chartwell Manoir Kirkland offers many recreational activities for seniors that let you pursue your interests at your own pace. We have a billiard room, a pool with aquafit classes, a craft room, a piano and much more! Book enthusiasts will love spending time in our library, where residents can also enjoy our friendly book club meetings.
The dining experience
Our deluxe dining room has large windows that let in plenty of natural light. And in warmer weather, you can really soak up the sun on our terrace. Enjoy tasty comfort food from our à la carte menu. You are also welcome to invite friends and family for meals and request specially prepared food. We even host themed dinners! We’ve got everything you need to enjoy your meals with good company in a friendly atmosphere.
Activities and amenities
Chartwell Manoir Kirkland is located in a quiet neighbourhood on a street lined with mature trees. Our outdoor spaces include a beautiful green courtyard with a magnificent natural stone pond and large gardens.
For residents looking to socialize and have a good time, we offer many comfortable common areas. We also have many recreational activities that let you pursue your interests at your own pace based on your needs. If you love billiards, aquafit, swimming, crafts, piano, reading and more, we have the spaces and programs for you.
A selection of inviting suites
PROMO starting from $1,538/month
Our residence offers a broad selection of cozy and more spacious apartments for the comfort you deserve. No matter which option you choose, be it a nice one- or two-bedroom or a studio, you’ll feel right at home. And after all, there’s no place like home.
Senior living in Kirkland
Between Chartwell Manoir Kirkland’s secure apartments and the care provided by our qualified staff, our residence will give you the peace of mind you deserve, on top of the warm, family atmosphere. Our common areas are designed to foster a sense of community in a fun, engaging space. We also offer a variety of programs and activities led by our dynamic Life Enrichment Team. The library is sure to charm you, and you’ll love our brightly lit dining room. And that’s not to mention our impressive backyard!
Things to do in Kirkland
Our residence is located in a quiet neighbourhood with beautiful mature trees lining the streets. It is near Hymus Boulevard and Highway 40, and within walking (or a short drive’s) distance of Lakeshore General Hospital.
If you’re in the mood for a trip to the mall, Fairview Pointe-Claire is only a few minutes’ drive away, as is Saint-Jean Boulevard, where you’ll find an array of restaurants and lovely boutiques.
For the golfers among us, the residence is only a ten-minute drive from the Beaconsfield Golf Club. Birdwatchers and nature lovers will be delighted to live near the beautiful Terra-Cotta Natural Park, where they can relax in the fresh air and enjoy gentle birdsong.
If you prefer to stay inside, we offer plenty of social and recreational programs that allow you to spend quality time with friends or pursue your favourite hobbies.
Shopping for retirement homes?
There are many important factors to consider when trying to find the best retirement community for yourself or a loved one. Practical considerations like location, cost and the right support or care services for your unique needs, emotional considerations like how the residence made you feel and your interactions with staff, and so much more. Read our helpful guide today for questions to ask during a tour, topics to discuss with family, and how to make a decision you can feel confident in.