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Only services that are currently available during COVID-19 are listed in the directory.

In line with Government advice, most groups and organisations in the city have had to take the unfortunate decision to suspend face to face and group work activities. Please telephone or email the contacts listed for the group or organisation if you are interested in their work to check what alternative arrangements might be available.

Covid-19 UPDATE...

New admissions

Our homes are now accepting new admissions. All new residents are being asked to take a test for the virus – ideally prior to admission, or at the beginning of their stay. Residents will be cared for in isolation during the first fourteen days of their stay, and will be supported under our Fourteen Day Promise. This promise ensures new residents do not feel isolated and includes support for daily video or phone calls with family, an enhanced in-room dining service, family involvement in care planning and a personalised lifestyle and activities programme agreed upon arrival.

Situated in the Morningside area of Edinburgh, Morlich House is a well established part of the community and well connected to the city centre.

The personalised support we offer is very much led and guided by our residents.

We have 23 ensuite bedrooms and a variety of lounges that are available in which to sit and socialise or just relax. There is a bright conservatory if you enjoy a light room, or want to look out onto the garden.

Services offered at Morlich House...

Care homes for older age

Accommodation you can feel at home in.

When you come to live at Morlich House, we invite you to make your room as much like home as you can. You are welcome to bring your own furniture, pictures and ornaments.

Beautiful surroundings

Our garden is large, with a path to walk around and benches in various places to stop and sit.

Just outside the main house we have a 1950s street. It has a 1950s living room and kitchen, and also a period sweet shop, post office, post box and phone box. This provides a unique place to reminisce, or to socialise in a rather different environment.


Entertainment in Morlich House is occassionally provided by singers, musicians, choirs , story tellers and the occassional theatre group. The mobile library also visit monthly.

Tuesday morning worship is a regular feature of life at Morlich House. Our local pastoral care team arranges this. Once a month Communion is held and anyone who chooses to attend is welcome to do so.

There is a visiting hairdresser and Outings are arranged on an individual basis. Service Users enjoy various activities in Morlich House including quizzes, discussion groups, internet, reminiscence, board games, arts & crafts, poetry afternoon, big screen film shows and a weekly session with the Ageing Well 50+ group who lead a keep fit and social group.

Visit us

You are very welcome to visit Morlich. If you have any questions about Morlich House, please get in touch.
65+, 60 - 64
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11 Church Hill, Morningside
EH10 4BG

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Contact Details
Contact Person: Glen Brady
Contact Telephone: 0131 447 3239
Contact Email:
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This record was last modified on: 18 August 2020