= Park Homes
= Leisure Lodges
Canvey Island, Essex
Kings Park has a shop, laundrette, post box and social club all on the park, a multitude of day to day needs are catered for on residents' doorsteps. The 24 hour security team are always on hand to look after the park. The magnificent lake in the middle of the park is a favoured spot in which to indulge in a bit of fishing or wildlife spotting.
Within walking distance of shops and amenities, yet just a few steps from the countryside and lovely walks to the beach. Dovercourt has fantastic transport links to the rest of the world. It is less than one hour to Stansted International Airport and just 90 minutes by rail to central London while the ferry to the Netherlands, continental Europe and the world beyond is virtually on our doorstep. With award winning beaches, a beautiful seafront, good shopping and excellent restaurants, The Bay of Dovercourt and Harwich is an unspoilt and wonderful place to relax.
A small peaceful site situated within 2 miles of Suffolk's Heritage Coast, Abbey View Lodges offer 6 luxuriously appointed pine lodges surrounded by unspoilt countryside and a view of Leiston Abbey ruins. Abbey View Lodges act as a fantastic base with easy access to the heritage coast and only a few miles away from some of the best known destinations in Suffolk. Leiston is an ideal location to enjoy wildlife, music, arts and crafts.
Beetley Grange Lodge Park's superb location means you can relax and unwind in perfect peace and quiet while you enjoy the best of both worlds in terms of coast and countryside. You can be safe in the knowledge that, with no sub-letting, you will know who your neighbours are. Friends and relatives are welcome to visit and stay over. There are also exclusive social events just for our owners to enjoy, like cheese & wine evenings, BBQs and days out.
Blueleighs is an attractive park in all seasons, overlooking open countryside & backed by the ancient Great Wood. Visited by an abundance of wildlife & often so quiet all you hear is bird song, but only three miles away you have the thriving town of Ipswich with its busy shopping centre. The park is cleverly landscaped in a unique design, which breaks away from the traditional uniform appearance, giving Bluelieghs a character of its own.
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Situated in the rolling countryside of North Essex, the Braintree District is perfectly placed to explore the highways and quiet byways of the county. For runners, walkers and cyclists there are many nature reserves, parks, published walks and rides available. Braintree Golf Club is a short drive from the park, as are numerous other sporting facilities such as lawn bowling, fishing, horse riding and even gliding! Doctor's surgery- less than 1 mile, dental practice- less than 1 mile, post office- less than 1 mile, nearest shop- less than 1 mile, nearest supermarket- less than 1 mile, nearest bus stop- park entrance, nearest train station- less than 1 mile
Chapel Barn Lodges can be found set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, just a mile and a half from the town centre of Aldeburgh just off the B1122 and within walking distance of the sea at Thorpeness. Occupying seven acres of landscaped ground, the lodges are set around a small lake against a background of newly planted woodland and pasture
Sizewell Common, Leiston
Family owned and managed holiday park nestled between popular Aldeburgh and Southwold with direct access to beautiful, unspoilt private beach frontage. There are pitches for touring caravans, tents and static caravan holiday homes all set in a beautiful, peaceful location.
The village of Caddington is located to the West of Luton and caters for the majority of day to day needs with local shops, bus services, public houses and meeting places all available. Bus Stop – 400 yards, Supermarket – 400 yards, Petrol Station – 1.2 miles, Doctors – 400 yards, Post Office – 400 yards.
Southend on Sea, Essex
Southend-on-Sea is a popular seaside resort, within easy reach of London, an airport and local day to day amenities. Local attractions include a planetarium, Peter Pan's Adventure Island, Hadleigh Castle and Country Park, Belfairs Park and nature reserve and the Southend museum and discovery centre. Bus Stop – 400 yards, Supermarket – 0.8 miles, Petrol Station – 0.9 miles, Doctors – 700 yards, Post Office – 400 yards.
The village of Martlesham Heath is ideally situated for easy access into the town of Ipswich which boasts excellent shopping and entertainment facilities, along with historic sites, buildings and 12 medieval churches. Suffolk itself has many attractions including the Heritage Coast with its largely unspoilt coastline much of which is protected by the National Trust. A superstore and retail park are within easy walking distance of Falcon Park and there are rail and bus links from Ipswich to further afield. Bus Stop – 600 yards, Supermarket – 900 yards, Petrol Station – 700 yards, Doctors – 0.6 miles, Post Office – 0.6 miles.
There are many walks and public bridleways in the area, as well as museums, art galleries, three golf courses and the famous Woburn Abbey. There are many areas of outstanding natural beauty and attractions. Doctor's surgery - 2 miles, Dental practice - 1 mile, Post office - 1 mile, Nearest shop - 1 mile, Nearest supermarket - 2 miles, Nearest bus stop - Park entrance, Nearest train station - 3 miles
Homestead Lake Country Park is a family owned lodge park offering peace, quiet and tranquility. The park is beautiful, set in 26 acres of open parkland with 3 lakes offering fishing or even just sitting at the waters edge to relax or enjoy a barbeque. We have a wide range of birds and wildlife and varied breeds of ducks, many of which have been hand reared… All our lodges have large veranda’s so that you can sit back, relax and enjoy a glass of wine whilst taking in the views…
Hyde Park is a superb, gated, new development of twenty three luxury park homes which has been designed and completed to a very high standard.
The Park is located north of the historic cathedral city of Ely, in the town of Littleport, with most everyday amenities within easy walking distance. Ely has a host of amenities and attractions. The City lies on the Great River Ouse where you can enjoy a relaxing boat trip or riverside walk, or experience the thriving art gallery, an array of shops, a weekly market and some fine restaurants.
A regular bus service runs daily from Littleport to Ely and Cambridge. The nearby train stations also offer direct routes into Cambridge and London's Kings Cross.
Carters Boat Yard, Buckden, St Neots, Cambridgeshire, PE19 5QT
Millside Residential Park is ideal for those looking for peaceful and relaxing surroundings situated in beautiful rural Cambridgeshire countryside alongside a tranquil riverside setting this truly is an outstanding park.
A unique development of only 21 plots with the option of a mooring on the River Ouse. Each is thoughtfully sited to provide space and seclusion by taking advantage of the features of this attractively landscaped site.
Located in the thriving and historic Village of Buckden located on the A1, midway between Huntingdon and St. Neots. Millside Residential Park is convenient for all local amenities and is just a short walk to the private leisure facilities at Buckden Marina.
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Bedford town, with its busy shopping centre, has the delightful river Ouse meandering through its centre and provides many delightful walks along the riverbanks. The popular indoor shopping centre and ski slope at Milton Keynes is within easy driving distance of the park, as is the famous Billing Aquadrome with its range of activities from fishing to funfairs. Doctor's surgery - 2 miles, dental practice - 1 mile, post office - 1 mile, nearest shop - 1 mile, nearest supermarket - 2 miles, nearest bus stop - 1 mile , nearest train station - 3 miles
Puckeridge Park, Tollsworth Way, Puckeridge, Hertfordshire SG11 1UP
Puckeridge Park has a thriving community spirit and is surrounded by rolling hills and fields in Hertfordshire, making this a tranquil haven to settle in for retirement. The park is situated very close to local shops with a good selection of pubs, clubs, societies and sporting opportunities. They are also pleased to announce their new development for 20 park homes. The park is a gated community and each home has private block-paved drives and landscaped gardens.
Pine View Park is set amidst the beautiful county of Bedfordshire, close to the villages of Ampthill and Maulden. Pine View Park is established and developed to a high standard to provide today’s retired and semi retired with the ease and comfort that is deserved. The park boasts well landscaped areas surrounded by a stunning view of the river Flitton valley, which combine to create a peaceful and relaxed living environment.
Roydon Marina Village sits within the northern end of the Lee Valley Regional Park, ‘London’s biggest open space’ meandering for almost 30 miles along the leafy banks of the River Lee, from Ware in Hertfordshire, through the London Olympic zone, to the Thames at East India Dock Basin. Roydon Marina Village is a unique combination; it is the perfect playground offering a 5 star marina, luxury lodge accommodation and facilities in a picturesque rural setting with the buzz of London only 30 minutes away.
Midway between Bury St Edmunds and Thetford, Rymer Point Park is perfectly situated to take advantage of the attractions of both these bustling market towns. Bury St Edmunds in particular has many attractions including the Abbey, Cathedral and famous Theatre Royal. The Norfolk Broads, the UK's largest protected wetland, as well as Norfolk coastline are also within reach of the park. Doctor's surgery- 3 miles, Dental practice- 6 miles, post office- 5 miles, nearest shop- 5 miles, nearest supermarket- 7 miles, nearest bus stop- 3 miles, nearest train station- 6 miles
Saxon Park is one of Wyldecrest Parks latest additions, set within the Suffolk countryside this park has great potential, already being very well known in the area, this park has a variety of park homes ranging in size & design. Saxon Park is also offering the chance to be able to acquire 22” wide homes which are becoming very popular, but few parks have the space to be able to provide them. The area & the location of this park is ideal, having been designed as a retirement park everything has been set out for easy access for the residents.
Searles Leisure Resort and Country Park has an owners exclusive area of luxury lodges overlooking their 18 hole golf course with new and pre owned lodges from 120k. The development is in walking distance to the beautiful sandy beaches of Hunstanton and the town centre. As an owner you benefit from a private heated outdoor pool and free use of the 9 hole golf course and discounted fees on the 18 hole course. Fine dining is provided at the outstanding Heacham manor hotel, a converted 16th century manor house adjacent to the golf course, a courtesy vehicle is available to pick you up and take you back to your lodge. If it is entertainment you are looking for the facilities at Searles leisure resort are also available for you and your family to enjoy, being just a short walk away from the lodges.
Lower Stondon, Bedfordshire
A short walk away from the park is the village centre of Lower Stondon with a small number of shops & other facilities. A bus stop close to the park takes you into Hitchin or Bedford to provide you with a comprehensive range of retail & other service outlets. Hitchin train station supplies you with the main North East line giving regular services into London’s Kings Cross Station. Bus Stop – 200 yards, Supermarket – 1.6 miles, Petrol Station – 400 yards, Doctors – 700 yards, Post Office – 600 yards.
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A short walk from the park is the beautiful River Cam and the famous Fens, which offer a wide choice of recreational and competitive sporting and leisure activities. Whether you enjoy walking, cycling, angling or bird watching, the unique environment of the Fens promises an exceptional experience. Alternatively, keen sailors will be catered for by the local Waterbeach Sailing Club that was established in 1899.
Doctor's surgery- less than 1 mile, dental practice- 4 miles, post office- less than 1 mile, nearest shop- less than 1 mile, nearest supermarket- 3 miles, nearest bus stop- park entrance, nearest train station- less than 1 mile
Sitting in perfect rural isolation on the banks of the River Waveney in Norfolk, you'll be amazed to discover the range of facilities at our award-winning Holiday Park and Marina.
The Park features some of the most stunning views to be found anywhere in the Norfolk Broads National Park, giving you the chance to relax and watch the abundant wildlife as well as the comings & goings of boaters.
Upper Sheringham, Norfolk
Woodlands Caravan Park is of one of the residential mobile home parks situated in a pleasantly wooded site in the most historic and beautiful conservation area of Norfolk. Being close to Sheringham and Cromer it is also within easy reach of the Norfolk Broads to the East, Norwich to the South and whole of the Norfolk Coastline including the bird sanctuaries of Blakeney Point, Cley and Salthouse and beautiful, wide, uncrowded beaches.
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With a Homeseeker park home you can benefit from a range of further optional money and energy-saving features offered by some parks that will not only help save the environment but also the money in your pocket! These features include:
A water-butt system that collects rainwater from your roof for 101 uses such as watering the garden, washing your windows and car or giving your dog a drink.
A plumbed-in systems that recycles water from your shower and hand basins for use by your toilet flush system.
In the right location this eco-friendly system utilises renewable energy stored in the ground to provide one of the most energy-efficient ways of heating your Homeseeker park home. The only energy used by ground source heating systems is electricity to power the pumps which nevertheless deliver three or four times more thermal energy (heat) than is used in electrical energy to drive the system.