325 Hecate Street, Nanaimo, BC V9R4J9
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My Dad and his partner are very happy at "Oak Tree". They are both self sufficient and delighted they don't have to cook or clean. The neighbourhood has a park with benches and playground in case visitors come with young children. Beautiful giant deck with views of the ocean.
My mom is thoroughly enjoying her time there and enjoying friendships she is developing. She lived with us in a suite, in our home, for 26 years. It took six to seven months for her to adjust to her new surroundings and feel completely comfortable at Oak Tree Manor.
Very depressing atmosphere! No outside access from rooms and claims to accept pets, but admin was discouraging and negative. The rooms are tiny and dim and the dining room doubles as the only common area - no wonder it's so cheap and has vacancy.
Response from Oak Tree ManorNovember 2, 2018
I recall this tour, a rainy day in April in Nanaimo BC, rain forest, everything is dim. We do have some suites with balconies. Our suites range in size from 361 sq ft to 989 sq ft, with everything in between. We most definitely allow small pets, on our first floor only. Is that negative? We're affordable, by design, not cheap, and so cannot have all the bells and whistles. Common areas? You may have missed our beautiful outside deck, with a 180 view that is breath-taking. The 63 folks that call OTM their home like it just fine. I can be reached at [removed] for questions. The Manager
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