Owners of a residential care home say they are being forced to close because their business is not “financially viable”.
The Plas Parciau residential care home in Old Colwyn, which cares for 13 residents, is to close this week, the Daily Post reports.
North Wales Housing Association, which owns the building and the surrounding land said they are “looking into a number of options for what will happen next.”
Owen Ingram, interim chief executive at North Wales Housing, said: ““We have considered a number of options, but none are affordable or viable in the long term.
“North Wales Housing owns both the building and the land and is looking into a number of options for what will happen next.”
The closure is the third in Conwy in the last few weeks following on from the shutting of Plas Isaf Residential Home in Rhos on Sea and Colwyn Bay’s Furze Mount.
Plas Parciau gave residential care support for the over 40s living with dementia, Alzheimer’s, learning disabilities, mental health conditions and sensory impairments.