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Park Finder - Residential

Buying a new residential or leisure home is not something you do every day, and we completely understand how important it is to find a quality home in the right location and at the right price. From our base in the heart of East Anglia, we work with many of the most beautiful parks in the UK, so we can also help you find the best possible location for your home too.  

If you'd like to find out more about any of the parks on our list please just drop us a line, quoting the reference number where possible, and we'll tell you more and put you in touch with them.  

South West
103RBCornwallNestled deep in the outstandingly beautiful Tamar Valley. This residential park is 4 miles from Callington and 7 miles from the ancient stannary town of Tavistock.
104RBCornwallThis residential park is only a few miles from the famously beautiful Cornish coastline. Just 10 minutes walk from the centre of Camborne and within easy reach of Redruth, Hayle, Penzance, this park has easy access to the various social clubs of the nearby towns.
105RBDevonJust 3 miles from the magnificent River Exe estuary, 4 miles from the historic cathedral city of Exeter and within walking distance of the West Country Showground; this residential park is in the perfect location to see all that Devon has to offer.
106RBDevonSituated amongst mature woodland on the outskirts of Bovey Tracey, a small Devon town with good shopping facilities, this park features a large lake and stunning views of Dartmoor?s rolling hills. A garage is included next to each home on the exclusive new development area at this residential park.
107RBDorsetOver the next few years this park is set to transform from delightful quiet holiday park into a prestigious development of around 100 residential park homes. This park nestled on a 14 acre setting in the Purbeck hills with views of the stunning Dorset countryside and is only 15 minutes walk from the town centre of Swanage, a quintessential seaside town on the Isle of Purbeck which is part of the Jurassic Coast.
108RBDorsetWithin walking distance of the delightful Dorset market town of Sherboune, a historic town famous for its public schools, Castle and Abbey. This residential park is just as close to Sherbourne Golf Club as it is to Sherbourne town centre and has easy access routes to London, Exeter and Yeovil (which is just 6 miles away).
109RBDorsetA well established retirement park just 6 miles away from the great variety of attractions of the famous seaside town of Bournemouth. This park is within walking distance of a doctors surgery, a post office, a library and a variety of local shops.
110RBDorsetA select established residential park approximately 1 mile from the town of Ferndown with a golf course also within walking distance. This park is a short drive away from the quaint villages and famous ponies of the beautiful New Forest.
136RJRDorsetA tranquil residential park with the countryside on its doorstep and the Dorset coast just 5 miles away. This park benefits from a regular bus service to the lovely towns of Poole, Bournemouth and Christchurch and each home has its own garden. Nearby, one can easily find the local bowls club and golf course or venture around the many attractions that Dorset has to offer such as Nothe Fort, Durdle Door, Chesil Beach or even Jurassic Kayak Tours. This outstanding park also scooped the Ferndown in Bloom award for the best communal grounds.
137RJRDorsetA small, peaceful residential park in the Dorset countryside with a really friendly community.When you want to get out and about there are six golf courses, Castle Point Shopping Centre and beautiful river walks all close by with a regular bus service running into Bournemouth? from the entrance of the park.?
138RJTDorsetA relaxing countryside residential park set in a beautiful spot on the river Stour, only a two minute walk from a local bus stop that can take you into Bournemouth and Winton. The park is just half a mile away from the local Co-op and post office or a few minutes by car from Castle Point Shopping Centre.
139RJRDorsetThis residential park is perfect for lovers of the seaside, just a short stroll away from the spectacular Dorset coastal path which forms part of the 95 mile Jurassic Coast. The popular Georgian seaside town of Weymouth is close to the park providing a wonderful selection of shops, cafes, beaches and other attractions including an annual carnival and dragon boat race.
140RJRDorsetA residential park situated on level ground just outside the popular seaside town of Weymouth, which has everything from shops and restaurants to a beach and Brewers Quay. Stunning sea views are just a stones' throw away as the park is adjacent to the Dorset Coastal Path, which stretches all the way to East Devon.
141RJRDorsetWith the Dorset Coastal Path on its doorstep, the sights and sands of Weymouth nearby, this park is set in the charming village of Chickerell.
112RBHampshireThis retirement park is set in the midst of the New Forest National Park near Southampton Water. The nearby villages of Dibden and Marchwood provide easy access to amenities including a supermarket, post office and doctor's surgery. Milk and newspapers are delivered daily and regular calls are made by a mobile library and a hairdresser. Buses stop near the park entrance and the historic city of Southampton is less than 6 miles away.
113RBHampshireThis residential park is situated near the River Hamble, in the village of Warsash. A supermarket and post office are within walking distance, together with a library, health centre and opticians. There are many places of interest to visit in the local area, including New Forest, the Isle of Wight, Winchester, Salisbury and Southampton.
142RJRHampshireA friendly residential park set on the edge of Alderholt village, surrounded by the fields and woodlands of the Hampshire countryside. Bournemouth, Salisbury and Ringwood are all nearby with the latter only 3 miles away. There are plenty of woodland walks to enjoy and local village shops, a doctors surgery and a pub are all an easy walk away from the park.
143RJRHampshireThis residential park is set on the outskirts of the ancient market town of Ringwood. Lakes, woods and parks can all be found a short walk away and a short drive will take you to the New Forest National Park.
144RJRHampshireSet in an established residential area close to the charming rural market town of Ringwood, with Ringwood Forest and the New Forest National Park just down the road. This residential park is just a quick walk from the shops, restaurants, sport centre and library of Ringwood. The town also has its own bowls club and cricket club.
145RJRHampshireThis residential park is located in the village of Cove which is between Farnborough and Fleet.? The residents are all wonderfully green-fingered, having won a number of local and national gardening competitions, so you can expect to be greeted with a sea of beautiful greenery whenever you're at the park. Just down the road from the park is Farnborough, a large town with restaurants and a re-developed shopping centre. One of the UK's biggest Marks and Spencer's is also just a short drive away in Camberley.
146RJRHampshireThis residential park is set on the outskirts of Tadley village, just 10 minutes by car from Basingstoke and 14 miles from Reading. The park is a stone's throw away from a conservation area and close to Pamber Heath with a golf course on the other side of the village.
111RBSomersetA well established residential park about 8 miles from the ancient country town of Bristol. There are excellent amenities close by, including a medical centre and shopping facilities. Buses from the park run regularly to Bristol and the is easy access to the M4 and M5 motorways. Bristol has a great variety of shopping and entertainment centres, and an extensive history with places such as Cabot's Tower, the SS Great Britain and the Clifton Suspension Bridge all available to visit.
147RJRSomersetThis residential park is located on the fringes of the picturesque village of West Camel, surrounded by beautiful countryside and a short drive from Yeovil or Sherbourne which both connect directly by rail to London Waterloo. This park has convenient access routes to the West Country to the South and London via the A303.
175RSomersetA pleasant retirement park situated on the outskirts of the attractive market town of Ilminster in Somerset. Milk and newspapers are delivered to the park daily and a bus service runs near the park to Ilminster, Chard, Taunton and the Dorset coast. There are many places of interest in the local area including the historic county town of Taunton, the famous caves of Cheddar and the coastlines of Dorset, North Somerset and South Devon which are only a short drive away.
176RSomersetSet in the beautiful county of Somerset, this retirement park has easy access to famous attractions such as the stunning gorge and cave systems of Cheddar and the historic county town of Taunton. The nearby market town of Ilminster provides excellent shopping facilities, a health centre and a library and a bus service runs from near the park into Ilminster then on to Chard and the Dorset coast or in the opposite direction to Taunton. Milk and newspapers are delivered to the park daily.
177RSomersetA delightful retirement park situated only 3 miles from the pleasant town of Yeovil which has excellent shopping facilities and a good rail service to London and the South West.? The surrounding Somerset countryside features many interesting places to visit such as Cheddar gorge and the nearby village of Montacute, with its outstanding Tudor house and beautiful grounds. Milk and newspapers are delivered daily and a local superstore is only a few minutes drive away.
178RSomersetSituated just a short drive from the historic county town of Taunton, this retirement park gives easy access to the facilities of Taunton and to the beautiful Somerset countryside. Buses stop close to the park going into town and the M5 is just a few minutes drive away making all of the South West easily accessible. A local grocer and post office are within walking distance and the park has its own licensed clubhouse which is run by the residents who have a strong community spirit.
South and South East
118RBBedfordshireThis residential park is situated in a quiet woodland setting in the heart of Bedfordshire. It?s a well established retirement park within easy reach of the M1 and attractions such as Woburn Abbey Safari Park, Whipsnade Zoo, and the Shuttleworth Aircraft Museum
163RBedfordshireA 3rd generation family run park set in the heart of an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Dunstable Downs, in Bedfordshire.??
160RBerkshireA spacious and well-established residential park set in 100 acres of beautiful woodland near Bracknell in Berkshire. The park itself is like a village with a community centre, hairdressing salon, beautician and chiropodist on site. The stunning Windsor Castle, Ascot Racecourse, Legoland and numerous golf clubs and gardens can all be found nearby.
119RBCambridgeshireA retirement park on the outskirts of the cathedral city of Peterborough and a 5 minute walk away from Parnwell Centre. This park also has easy access to the many fenlands and waterways of Cambridgeshire.
120RBCambridgeshireA retirement park near the historic Cambridgeshire town of St. Ives. This Park is surrounded by beautifully tended gardens, with a fishing and boating lake and a river in easy reach.
158RCambridgeshireA well established, family run, residential home park that has been in the same ownership since 1968 and is situated off the high street in Cottenham village. Cottenham has a wide variety of shops and facilities including a medium sized Co-op, a post office, a chemist, a doctor's surgery, a dentist, butchers, bakers, green grocers, curry/ fish and chips/ chinese takeaway places and two social clubs. The university city of Cambridge is only 5.5 miles away and a bus service runs from Cottenham to Cambridge every 10 mins.
121RBEssexThis residential park is has a delightful setting on the banks of the River Crouch and with four yacht clubs within a mile of the park, this place is paradise for those who love sailing and fishing. Buses stop nearby bound for Southend, Basildon and Chelmsford. Southend has seven glorious miles of seafront, a plethora of water based activities available and the longest pleasure pier in the world with a railway. For those that would rather keep their feet on dry land there?s a first class golf course, the antiques village of Battlebridge and shopping facilities at Hullbridge all within easy reach.
122RBEssexThis residential park is situated in the attractive riverside village of Althorne, overlooking the River Crouch. Sailing, fishing and a boat marina can be found locally along with several good golf clubs. This park is very popular with retired or semi-retired people who want to lead an active life.
123RBEssexSurrounded by trees and hedgerows and within easy reach of Chelmsford and the excellent commuter service to London, this family orientated residential park combines the convenience of easy access to the city with the simple pleasures of living in the heart of the Essex countryside.
124RBEssexA delightful residential park on the banks of the River Crouch. This park has Hullbridge?s shopping facilities and a first class golf course within easy reach. There are four yacht clubs within a mile of the park and easy travel routes to Southend?s spectacular seafront which has water sports, Sea Life Adventure Centre and the longest pleasure pier in the world with a railway.
114REssexThis? tranquil, 70 acre residential park is situated adjacent to Canvey Heights Country Park which boasts the highest point on Canvey Island and overlooks the Thames Estuary. The park has security on duty all day, all night, all year round and an experienced team of gardeners along with a residents social committee that work tirelessly to maintain a beautiful and friendly environment with plenty of fun activities. The Mainland is easily accessible with Basildon a 15 minute drive away and London within an hours' drive.
159RHampshireLocated in the village of St. Leonards just outside Ringwood, a historic market town on the Dorset-Hampshire border, this residential park is just a few miles from the New Forest National Park. Ringwood is home to Ringwood Brewery, which brews Old Thumper along with several other ales and owns several of the more traditional pubs in the local area. Various amenities can also easily be found in Ringwood, including shops, restaurants, a sports centre and a library. The town also has a bowls club and a cricket club.
125RBHertfordshireThis retirement park is situated on the edge of Borehamwood, just 3 miles from Barnet and 12 miles from Marble Arch. Buses stop outside the park going to Borehamwood, Barnet, Edgware and Burnt Oak with tube stations at Barnet and Edgware. There are good local sporting facilities including golf and swimming.? Newspapers are delivered daily on the park and a mobile library calls every fortnight.
126RBHertfordshireA small retirement park conveniently situated near Welham Green station with a good bus route to Hatfield and Potters Bar. This park has many interesting places to visit and easy means of doing so. Places of interest include Hatfield House which is one of the finest Jacobean houses in the country.? Hatfield itself is a charming old town with an excellent shopping centre. The local area is also home to several golf courses and a leisure complex. The park has newspapers and milk delivered daily and a mobile library calls at the park every fortnight.
127RBKentSurrounded by fields and overlooking the Royal Cinque Ports Golf Course, this residential park is only 150 yards from the beach with easy access to The Chequers Pub and Restaurant.? The park is midway between the pleasant seaside town of Deal and the Cinque Port of Sandwich, one of the finest examples of a preserved medieval town, both providing excellent local shopping and a wide range of other facilities.
128RBKentA large, family friendly residential park well placed for commuting to Rochester, Chatham or London. Nearby is the M2 which gives access to the Channel Tunnel and Channel ports.? There is a general store on the park, with local shops less than a mile away and excellent shopping centres in Rochester and Chatham. Milk and newspapers are delivered regularly. Schools, doctors, a post office and a dentist are nearby and local sporting facilities include a swimming pool and golf courses.
129RBKentA well established park in the heart of the Kent countryside, 1.5 miles from the centre of Tonbridge, with many fascinating places to explore locally and excellent sporting facilities including a nearby golf course. Tonbridge has a great shopping centre, a post office, a library and a doctor. The park has easy rail access to London and the Channel and a short drive to the M25 and M20 motorways.
117RBSNorfolkThis residential park is situated near Gorleston and Great Yarmouth with regular buses from the park entrance. Residents can easily get out and about to visit the various attractions the area has to offer, including the Norfolk Broads and Pleasure Beach. Each of the 44 homes in the park has its own garage and driveway and there is additional parking for visitors.
162RNorfolkA small, family owned residential park in the heart of the Norfolk Countryside. This park provides easy access to such attractions as the Dad's Army Museum, Elveden Estate, Thetford Forest Park and is just a modest distance from the city of Norwich with its vast wealth of architectural beauty and history. The city is home to 31 surviving medieval churches, a huge 11th century cathedral and a castle (also 11th century) with a keep that is clearly visible from much of the city centre.
116RBSSuffolkSet in a peaceful suburban area less than two miles from both the picturesque town of Oulton Broad and the popular seaside resort of Lowestoft. This residential park is nestled in the midst of the Norfolk Broads and offers easy access to local shops, restaurants, swimming pools and a fitness centre.
164RSuffolkOn the edge of the historic town of Bury St. Edmunds. A town known for having beautiful floral displays and architecture throughout. This park has excellent access to all that the town has to offer, such as its museums, art gallery, festivals and shopping while still being right on the edge of the Suffolk countryside with easy access to the coast.
165RSuffolkA quiet retirement park set in a superb woodland setting in the heart of rural Suffolk. This park is situated just one mile from the village of Stanton which has good shopping facilities together with a selection of sports and social clubs. A regular bus service goes from the park to the surrounding villages and towns and the historic market town of Bury St. Edmunds is nearby with its famous cathedral, abbey ruins and floral gardens.
172RSurreyA well established retirement park situated between woodland and open parkland close to the village of Warlingham. There is a regular bus service to Croydon and Caterham with access to the M25 only 6 miles away and central London only 15 miles away. Newspapers, milk and bread are delivered around the park and a mobile library calls on a regular basis.
173RSurreyThis residential park is one of the largest parks in the country with a strong community spirit and a thriving social club. A regular bus service runs from the park to the nearby towns of Chertsey and Staines which both provide excellent shopping facilities. A health centre and golf course are both well within walking distance of the park and the M25 is only a short drive away. The local area has a wealth of attractions to explore including Windsor Castle, Runnymede and Thorpe Park.
174RSurreyA superbly landscaped retirement park fronted by 3 acres of meadow running alonside the River Bourne and within easy reach of the lovely village of Row Town.? Addlestone, which has excellent shopping facilities, is just 2 miles away with a regular bus service between it and the park and the M25 is just 1 mile further. Local tradesmen provide an excellent service for the delivery of bread, milk and newspapers and the mobile library calls monthly.
168RSussexThis retirement park has a thriving social club where tea dances, darts, snooker, and keep-fit sessions are held. The coast is just across the road with excellent sea fishing and boating facilities nearby. A nearby bus service runs to Shoreham (1 mile), Worthing (3 miles) and Brighton (6 miles). A mobile library visits the park every week and the nearby town of Lancing provides a good selection of shops, a doctor and a post office.
169RSussexThis thriving retirement park has excellent links with the well known market town of Hailsham which is just one mile away with a regular bus service stopping at the centre of the park. Hailsham has a weekly market, supermarket, leisure complex and medical centre. The seaside town of Eastbourne is just 8 miles away with its seafront, pier, bandstand, floral gardens, Sovereign Centre Leisure Complex and theatres. The park is also conveniently located for visiting Hastings, Brighton and Newhaven where the Cross Channel Ferry runs to Dieppe.
170RSussexA prestigious retirement development with breathtaking views and its own coastal walk on the outskirts of Newhaven at West beach overlooking the English Channel. This park benefits from an unusual rural and coastal location adjoining the cliffs overlooking Newhaven's West Beach and harbour entrance. The park is ideally situated for exploring the beautiful East Sussex countryside along with stunning coastal walks, fishing and boating and the towns of Brighton, Lewes and Eastbourne are all close by.
171RSussexAn award winning park that has been skillfully landscaped to preserve its idyllic woodland setting on an estate just one mile from the village of Turners Hill. Buses bound for Crawley and East Grinstead pass the entrance to the park and there is easy access to the M23 which provides road links to London, the South Coast and Gatwick Airport. The park has its own general store and licensed club and local sporting facilities include golf, squash, fishing and swimming.
198RSussexA peaceful retirement park set on level ground in West Sussex less than half a mile from the sea. The park boasts stunning views across open farmland to Arundel Castle and Cathedral and is within walking distance of a local Tesco superstore.
North West
129RBCumbriaLocated within the village of Gosforth, a regular winner of the Best Kept Village Competition that takes pride in the appearance of its buildings and gardens, this residential park is surrounded by the outstanding natural beauty of the Lake District National Park.
180RLancashireThis residential park is set in the small Lancashire market town of Garstang. In town you will find a great range of shops, including supermarkets and florists, along with several churches for a variety of faiths. The local area provides golf courses, fishing, birdwatching and beautiful fell, river and canalside walks. There are two bus stops near the park which make Garstang, Preston, Blackpool and Lancaster all easily accessible.
179RLancashireA beautiful residential park set in ancient woodlands just 3 miles from the city of Preston. The Capital Centre Retail Park is only 1 mile away with 10 pin bowling, a multiplex cinema, restaurants and shops.
161RLincolnshireThis residential park is surrounded by beautiful lakes and woodland near the small port town of Boston in Lincolnshire. The park has wonderful amenities including a licensed bar, laundrette, and state of the art shower facilities with under floor heating.
130RBLincolnshireA retirement park built on an open-plan, level site near the village of Allington with a post office, shop and public house only a short walk away and a doctor's surgery. conveniently located nearby. The delightful market town of Grantham is only 4 miles away and offers a wide variety of shops, fine country houses, gardens open to the public, a museum and the Arena UK Multi-Function Event Centre. All homes on the park have a car parking bay or garage, either detached or lock-up and a resident manager ensures the park runs smoothly.
_NorthumberlandA residential park set within the grounds of a 14th century castle in Northumberland, with views of Hadrian's Wall, Thirwall Gap and the South Tyne Valley. The Lake District, southern Scotland and the Northumberland Coast are within one hours drive. There is a shopping centre two miles away in the town of Haltwhistle.
156RDerbyshireA leafy, spacious residential park spread across 10 acres in the beautiful Peak District. At 1,100ft above sea level, this ranks as the highest residential park in the country and Englands highest pub, The Cat and Fiddle is just four miles away. Buses stop at the entrance six days a week and will take you half a mile down the hill to Buxton, a bustling tourist town with a theatre and a collection of shops and restaurants.
_HertfordshireThis residential park is situated close to the village of Northchurch near Hemel Hempstead. The park is set on the hill on the South side of Chesham Vale with an outstanding view of the surrounding countryside and easy access to a rail service to London. There are regular local buses to Hemel Hempstead and Aylesbury.
157RLincolnshireA quiet and very well-run Lincolnshire mobile home park situated opposite the entrance to a railway station which provides regular services to Sleaford, Lincoln, Grantham and Nottingham. Excellent for anyone who wishes to travel the country on a whim or just loves trains. The park is also just 4 miles from the market town of sleaford and 5 minutes walk from a large village for those who feel like exploring a little closer to home.
_LincolnshireSet on a 25 acre estate which includes 7 acres of natural ponds in the heart of the glorious Lincolnshire countryside. This residential park is just 2 miles away from the pretty riverside market town of Barton-upon-Humber and within easy reach of the coast.
_NorthamptonshireSet on the outskirts of Blisworth Village, in Northamptonshire, this residential park is well placed for access to outdoor leisure activities including fishing rambling and boating centred around the nearby Grand Union Canal. The village of Blisworth? provides for all your basic needs with a supermarket, newsagent, an excellent group medical practice and a regular bus service to Northampton.
_NottinghamshireThis residential park is surrounded by fields and farmland and within easy reach of Nottingham city and the National Water Sports Centre and Country Park, which provides facilitites for rowing, sailing and windsurfing. Nottingham is a very green city, with two shopping centres, a castle with a museum and the river Trent providing for fishing and canal boat enthusiasts.
132RBOxfordshireA well established residential park situated in a small village approximately 2 miles from Cowley and 4 miles from Oxford city centre. This park is on the bus route Cowley and Oxford, both of which have excellent shopping facilities. The historic city of Oxford is of course famous for its architecture and its university while Cowley offers an excellent selection of sports activities, including swimming and squash. Golf courses can also be found around the outskirts of Oxford.
_OxfordshireThe retirement park is located alongside the river Thames, close to the university city of Oxford and the beautiful cotswolds. A number of boat moorings are available for residents and the small market town of Wallingford is just 1.5 miles away. A local bus service is available just outside the park and mobile library visits the park every 2 weeks.
155RShropshireOverlooking the river Severn with spectacular views of the Severn Valley Railway, this residential park has beauty on it's doorstep. The park is surrounded by the gorgeous Shropshire countryside and just a few miles away from the historic town of Bridgnorth.
181RStaffordshireA residential park set in the pleasant village of Coven in Staffordshire with plenty of amenities within walking distance including a local baker, a greengrocer, a post office, a chemist, a newsagent, a co-op, a fish and chip shop, a pub and a doctors surgery. There is also a golf complex just outside the village.
133RBGlamorganThis residential park is situated on the grounds of a former manor house in the historic town of Llantwit Major. Many of the original trees remain and there is a beautiful ornamental pond with a fountain and a variety of fish. Milk and newspapers are delivered to the park daily, with weekly calls by a local fishmonger.
154RBGlamorganJust 3 miles from the M4 on the foreshore of the Severn estuary, this retirement park offers pleasant level walking for many miles with a beautiful seascape backdrop. The Welsh capital, Cardiff is only 10 miles away and the city of Newport is just 6 miles away with excellent shopping facilities, coast and inter-city rail stations. Buses run from the front of the park to Newport every day except Sundays.
182RPowysThis retirement park is set within 24 acres of fine countryside in the heart of Wales. The attractive market town of Builth Wells, home of the Royal Welsh Show, is just three miles to the South and the majestic Cambrian Mountains are a short journey to the North.
183RPowysA small mixed residential and holiday park near the market town of Builth Wells, home of the Royal Welsh Show. This park is surrounded by beautiful countryside with the Wye Valley to the South and the Cambrian Mountains to the North. Nearby is Builth Road Station on the Mid Wales line from Swansea to Shrewsbury which provides efficient travel to more distant destinations.
185RDumfriesshireA quiet, family run retirement park six miles from Dumfries town centre with convenient bus stops at the park entrance. Residents have easy access to shopping facilities at Dumfries and Thornhill or to nearby historic landmarks such as Caerlaverock Castle, Sweetheart Abbey and Drumlanrig Castle & Country Estate.
184RMorayA long established residential park in the heart of Elgin. This park is set in a peaceful area just a twenty minute walk from Elgin city centre, with its shopping centre, shopping arcades and beautiful georgian architecture and a ten minute walk from the train station. The sea is just a few miles away and the is a wonderful, peaceful bay at the nearby town of Findhorn. Moray enjoys temperatures on average three degrees higher than the East or West coasts thanks to the gulf stream and those who love golf will be spoilt here as there are seventy golf courses in the region.
186RAngusSituated on the North shore of the Montrose Basin, this residential park is one mile from the historic town of Montrose. There are excellent transport links with a frequent bus service running near the park and a stop on the main London to Aberdeen rail line at Montrose. There are two links golf courses alongside the beach and the championship courses of Carnoustie and St. Andrews are both nearby. River, loch and sea fishing are all available locally and there are public bowling greens in the nearby area.?
North East
131RBLincolnshireThese retirement parks are situated in the pleasant village of Ingoldmells on the beautiful Lincolnshire coast. The village has good shopping facilities together with a doctor and a community centre which caters for the over 50's. A bus service goes from these parks to Chapel St. Leonards, Mablethorpe and Skegness, which is only 4 miles away.
187RYorkshireA multi award-winning residential park nestled in a lush wooded valley within walking distance of the pretty little village of Harden. This park is surrounded by the beauty of the Yorkshire Dales and the village of Harden provides shops, a post office, two pubs, and regular bus services to Bingley, Keighley and Bradford.
188RYorkshireA stunning residential park set on a gently sloping hill in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The picturesque village of Grassington is only two miles away offering a wide range of shops alongside a bank, dentist and doctors' surgery.
189RYorkshireSet in 40 acres of mixed woodland and open grassland just one mile from the picturesque village of Bramhope. This residential park provides easy access to Leeds, Harrogate, Bradford and the rural charm of the Yorkshire Dales.