Queens View Harbor Care Home officially opened last week.
The Troon nursing home unofficially opened to residents on July 22, but due to coronavirus restrictions, they were unable to fully celebrate the occasion.
Last Friday (November 12), home director Michelle Somerville was joined by SNP MP Dr. Philippa Whitford and residents to cut the ribbon for the new home.
The purpose-built house on Templehill houses 19 service users.
With a state-of-the-art cinema room, hair salon, nail salon and expansive views of Troon Marina, the house can accommodate any type of service user.
At the official opening of the house, manager Michelle Somerville said she was delighted with the job done and was extremely proud of the house.
She said: “The house is purpose built and it is in an idyllic location.
“The people who live here are already taking advantage of the facilities we have there.
“We have a bar, several lounges, a cinema, a café and much more.
The cafe is ideal for visiting families and they can come and make their coffee, sit and get together with family.
“The house is built on three floors and this allows us to take care of the users of the services with a truly personal approach.
“The people of Troon have been wonderful and very welcoming to the members of the community and I want to thank them for that.
“I want to warmly thank everyone who helped make this happen. ”
Dr Philippa Whitford helped cut the ribbon, and she was also delighted to see the hard work that had gone into making the house happen.
She added, “I want to thank Michelle for inviting me to view the house and for officially declaring it open.
“When you see it, you can see how it took a lot of work to make it what it is, and everyone involved should be incredibly proud.
“I wish all users of the service the best of luck during their stay here and I am sure they will receive all the support they need.”