Peninsula Manor


Making seniors lives better: To provide a quality, safe and affordable supportive housing environment for seniors. To empower seniors' independence and fulfillment.

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Peninsula Manor – Seniors Supportive Living is a 36 unit supportive housing facility nestled in the heart of downtown Marathon. Peninsula Manor is a short walk to a number of amenities including (but not limited to): the Marathon Family Health Team, Wilson Memorial General Hospital, the Marathon Library, the Port Hole Pool, Theater, Robins Donuts, Circle K, Canadian Tire and much more. Peninsula Manor is a fully accessible building, designed from the ground up with seniors in mind (everything is located on one single floor. Say goodbye to stairs!). The units are spacious and open allowing easy maneuverability of walkers or wheelchairs. For more information including pictures of units please visit the Facebook page.

Peninsula Manor offers many services for their residents and the community, as well as providing a number of activities throughout the week. Physio exercise class weekly, coffee groups, walking groups, card games and board games, movie nights, etc. Telephone and Cable packages are available as well through Peninsula Manor as well.

Available Units:

Peninsula Manor has a number of different unit styles available to suit your living needs:

Independent units that are designed for seniors to live completely independent without assistance, while in an environment surrounded by their peers.

1 Bedroom Independent 

2 Bedroom Independent 

Supportive units that include a housekeeping service, PSW support, a dinner meal service, grocery service, medication pickups, and much more to help seniors remain living independent.

Studio Supportive 

1 Bedroom Supportive 

Double Occupancy 

2 Bedroom Supportive 

Double Occupancy 

Seniors Supportive Housing Project

Peninsula Manor is a brand new facility, officially opening its doors in October 2018. Bringing the project to life took many years and several committed parties, including the Town of Marathon, North of Superior Healthcare Group, CVG Builders.

The Marathon project was very much focused on developing new affordable housing for seniors who by and large do not require advanced, twenty-four-hour care.

View the complete design file for the Marathon Seniors Supportive Housing Project.

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