At Huntington Manor, we strive to surround senior residents, entrusted to our care, with beauty. Beautiful and loving care begins with quality caregivers.

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Poway, CA 92064
14755 Budwin Lane
(858) 748-3381
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Huntington Manor Gardens

The sights and sounds of birds singing, or watching fruits and vegetables flourish in our gardens give our residents a “Window to the world” and stimulates their minds. Often it brings back memories of one’s youth, and our residents truly enjoy reminiscing about nature in all forms.




Therefore, Huntington Manor Assisted Living facility is uniquely beautiful outside, as it is within. Huntington Manor boasts beautiful lush grounds of horticulture and rose gardens, family-style interior décor, private bedrooms, over-sized bathrooms and three homemade nutritious meals are served daily. We take pride in offering our residents fresh, home-grown seasonal fruits and vegetables directly from our gardens. Seasonal fruits and vegetables such as squash, corn and strawberries are hand-picked for ripeness and prepared by Owner and Executive Chef Philip Butzen, in beautifully presented nutritious meals. Our flock of hens produce freshly laid eggs for our meals and are appreciated by our residents.

Recent Blog Posts

December 24, 2019

Christmas Dinner on December 25th.

December 21, 2019

We had the opportunity to host family and friends here at Huntington Manor for our annual Christmas party.  Many residents got to spend some time with loved ones, listen to holiday music preformed live, and enjoy a delicious Christmas dinner!   Our residents had so much fun, and was filled with carols and sleigh bells and Christmas cheer all around.  We had so much fun hosting this special get together.


October 14, 2019

Welcome to the wonderful world of epiphyllums. Here're a few photos of these spectacular and precious flowers. The oak tree in Huntington Manor looks beautiful. Epiphyllums have started to open. Epiphyllum are often called "Orchid Cactus" due to their large bright blooms and growth habits. 

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