Retirement properties in Ruddington

Manor Lodge, located on a leafy private road in Ruddington, comprises of 43 one and two bedroom apartments and features a Coffee Bar and Owners’ Lounge, giving Owners the perfect place to sit together and have a catch up over a hot drink, or nestle in the corner with a good book. Our owners  are now enjoying a happy and active retirement.

Why not come and discover the lodge for yourself : get ready to put your chocolate knowledge to the test in our Chocolate Quiz Extravaganza on Friday 19th April at 10:30 am.  Winners will receive a scrumptious chocolate treat.  Why not bring your friends, family and fellow chocolate enthusiasts and prepare for an fun-filled morning of trivia, laughter and of course, plenty of chocolate!

Don’t miss out on your chance to become The Ultimate Chocolate Champion! RSVP today to secure your place on 01156 720 893.

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Our developments have been carefully designed to make life easier, leaving you free to enjoy your retirement.

All apartments are completely self-contained with their own front door, providing you with privacy and peace and quiet when you want it. There is a choice of one and two bedroom apartments and they may all vary slightly when it comes to dimensions and position of rooms.

Kitchens are tiled with colour-coordinated worktops, and come with integrated appliances.

All apartments are inspected by our Customer Services department to ensure they meet the high standard of finish and quality expected by our customers. Churchill Retirement Living is the only major housebuilder to offer a 3 year warranty period as standard. Churchill is also a member of the National House-Building Council and every Churchill apartment is also covered by a 10 year NHBC Buildmark warranty.


  • Energy efficient and economical heating
  • Landscaped garden
  • Lodge Manager
  • Low maintenance lifestyle
  • Owners' Lounge with coffee bar
  • Secure camera entry system

Service charges explained…

We understand that the ongoing cost of running your new apartment is an important factor to consider when deciding to purchase a Churchill apartment, here’s some key Service Charge benefits:

  • A potential saving on bills.
  • Renewable technologies to supply hot water and heating to reduce electricity bills.
  • We also insulate our developments to a very high standard.
  • The need to turn the heating on is kept to a minimum.
  • Owners are consulted annually
  • We always aim to keep the cost as low as possible.

“Living in a Churchill Apartment is absolutely marvellous. The whole building is so nice and warm all the time that we’ve hardly had to use the heating inside our apartment. When we do turn it up a notch or two it’s nice to know we don’t have to worry about the cost or the environmental impact, as it’s all so energy efficient and covered within our annual service charge.”

John and Doreen Pitt, Lewis Carroll Lodge, Cheltenham

We are here to help you every step of the way

We appreciate everyone’s household costs will differ, and just how daunting the idea of a service charge can be. We are here to help you every step of the way, please contact one of the team to discuss your current costs and help you discover just how much you could be saving. A full service charge budget analysis is available for each individual development.

Local area

Thriving village in the heart of Nottinghamshire

Situated in the borough of Rushcliffe, the historic village of Ruddington is in the heart of Nottinghamshire. Adding to its history there are several Grade II listed buildings – St Peter’s Church, period knitters’ workshops and cottages, all well worth a visit.

  • Easily accessible to the M1 or M6.
  • Supermarkets close to the development include a Sainsbury’s Local, a Co-operative and Morrisons is also less than a six-minute drive away.
  • Variety of amenities close by including a Post Office, hairdressers and beauticians.
  • Whether its dining out or lunch with friends, the centre of Ruddington offers a variety of local traditional and contemporary cuisine including traditional English fayre, Italian, Indian and Chinese cuisine as well as a traditional fish and chip restaurant and a delicatessen.
  • Booklovers will be pleased to hear there is a thriving library situated less than 5 minutes from Manor Lodge.
  • Ruddington Dental Practice can be found on the main High Street, with several opticians including Vision Express and Specsavers in the nearby West Bridgford.
  • For lovers of the outdoors, the village offers a wealth of green areas; the Green is a small village green park area to the south of the High Street.
  • Anyone not wishing to drive will find Nottingham train station is located less than half an hour away with bus stops on the doorstep.

To locate the points of interest on the map hover over the location marker.

  1. Manor Lodge
  2. Post Office
  3. Doctors
  4. Dentist
  5. Attenborough Nature Reserve
  6. Highfields Park
  7. Pharmacy
  8. Supermarket
  9. Church

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Celia Forsberg

“I’ve been very busy getting to know everyone and getting involved in the local community. I’m on the Highcliffe in Bloom committee, I help run an after school club with the local church, and I’m helping the local Rotary Club. I enjoy a very busy lifestyle and it’s been wonderful making new friends here at Rothesay Lodge and in my new neighbourhood in general.”

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Retirement homes
in Nottinghamshire

Nottinghamshire is probably best known for the legend of Robin Hood and his merry men. However, the 'Queen of the Midlands' is also the hometown of famous poet Lord Byron and author D. H. Lawrence.With the stunning Sherwood Forest and the deer parks, there's plenty of opportunity for countryside walks. If history is your passion, Wollaton Hall and Newstead Abbey have exhibitions and offer tours throughout the year, while Green's Mill and Science Centre is also a popular hotspot.