Clark Manor has a long history of caring. As far back as 1899, Mary Clark Thompson, who resided at Sonnenberg in Canandaigua during the summer, formed Clark Manor as a charitable organization in memory of her parents.
Clark Manor has a long history of caring. As far back as 1899, Mary Clark Thompson, who resided at Sonnenberg Gardens in Canandaigua during the summer, formed The Clark Manor House as a charitable organization in memory of her parents.
Our mission is to deliver quality services, housing and programs that promote quality of life and dignity among senior adults at a reasonable cost.
The Clark Manor House offers carefree living and quality care in a welcoming home-like environment, not corridor living. We have 17 private rooms with updated bathrooms (one is a two-bedroom suite). In addition, we have 24-hour personal care assistance in a safe and secure setting, dedicated staff, case management, medication supervision by licensed nurses, and three home-cooked nutritious meals daily by one of the best chefs in the area.
Visitor Policy Effective 10/27/2020
We are excited to now be able to offer in-person visits at The Clark Manor House! Please review the following procedures that enable compliance with New York State requirements for Assisted Living Facilities. We look forward to welcoming family and friends. Stay tuned to our Facebook page for updates or contact us with questions at ClarkManor@frontiernet.net. Thank you!
Schedule a virtual visit during COVID
Use the contact form to schedule a visit or give us a call at (585) 394-0965.