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Torksey Lock, Lincolnshire
From Little London Park, you are only a stroll away from the nearby Torksey Lock and a canal system that gives you access to Lincoln and the rest of the country. Other local attractions include a couple of golf courses, a fishing lake and all the country walks you would want. The park also serves you well with a regular mobile library, a post box at the gate and a bus stop opposite serving Gainsborough and Lincoln. There is a pub within walking distance at Torksey Lock and a doctors’ surgery in Torksey village further up the road.
Alvaston Park is situated in a popular area of Derby close to the M1 and A6 main road and approximately two miles from the city centre. The park is adjacent to a public recreation area and close to the picturesque River Derwent providing opportunities for fishing and water sports. The Peak District National Park is a short drive away, bringing an area of outstanding natural beauty within the reach of park residents.
North Hykeham, Lincolnshire
Situated in the beautiful Lincolnshire countryside, Ambleside Park is ideally located to explore the Lincolnshire Fells and the Lincolnshire Wolds, a designated area of natural beauty. The coast is also just a short drive away as is the historic Cathedral City of Lincoln where you will find 2000 years of heritage and many fine specialist shops along its cobbled streets.
Ashbourne Heights Park is in a stunning location on the southern gateway to the Derbyshire Peak District just three miles north of Ashbourne and close to famous Dovedale, one of the natural wonders of the region. The 40 acre park has recently undergone an extensive multi-million pound refurbishment. It offers you the opportunity to purchase your holiday home from a selection of new fully furnished luxury leisure lodges
Adbolton Lane, Nottinghamshire
Greenacres Park is surrounded by fields and farmland yet within easy reach of Nottingham city. The park is also close to the National Water Sports Centre and Country Park with facilities for rowing, sailing and windsurfing and the close proximity of the River Trent will appeal to fishing enthusiasts. Access to the park is excellent with nearby major roads to neighboring towns and cities and the Ml motorway within 9 miles distance.
Fairfield Park is an exclusive new development for twenty nine luxury park homes for the retired and semi retired. Each park has been designed to provide every resident with a great degree of privacy, a larger than average plot, beautifully landscaped gardens and wonderful views of the surrounding countryside. The park has tar macadam roadways with kerbed edges throughout; all of our roads have discreet street lighting. We have an electrically operated entrance gate and a comprehensive CCTV system to provide you with added security and peace of mind
Northamptonshire is known as the county of 'Squires and Spires' for good reason as there are many historic buildings and country houses throughout the county. Hall Park, which is less than a mile from Kingsmead Park, has a lovely woodland area, perfect for long summer walks. For car racing fans, the world-famous Silverstone Grand Prix track is only 20 miles away from the park. Doctor's surgery- less than 1 mile, dental practice- less than 1 mile, post office- less than mile, nearest shop- less than mile, nearest supermarket- 2 miles, nearest bus stop- park entrance, nearest train station- 6 miles
Nr. Coningsby, Linconshire
The Park is situated in the small village of Dogdyke which boasts its own Marina with boat moorings, fishing, a restaurant and a friendly public house. The nearby village of Coningsby has a host of amenities for day to day needs from a bank to a hardware store and is within an easy distance of the Hamlet of Dogdyke. RAF Coningsby is a local attraction with it’s jets and features the Battle of Britain memorial site. Bus Stop – 200 yards, Supermarket – 2 miles, Petrol Station – 2 miles, Doctors – 2 miles, Post Office – 2 miles.
This lovely park has a shop and lakeside club on site along with lakeside and woodland walks, coarse fishing and an outdoor swimming pool(summer only). Pets are welcome and the park has a security barrier at the entrance. Doctor’s less than 2 miles, dental practice less than 2 milse, post office 1 mile, supermarket less than 2 miles, nearest train station 5.5 miles.
Radcliffe on Trent, Nottinghamshire
Radcliffe Park living is all about peace & tranquility. Selected & built in a beautiful area, Radcliffe Park is one of the finest parks located across the British Isles.
Radcliffe Park nestles on the banks of the River Trent & is only a 5 minute stroll into the heart of Radcliffe on Trent where you will find an abundance of local facilities including a doctor’s surgery, dentist, pharmacies, post office & a great number of convenience stores for all your shopping needs. The park also benefits from fishing rights, moorings and its own jetty on the River Trent.
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Located over 1000 feet above sea level at the junction of Eaton, Alsop and Biggin Dales, Rivendale is ideal for mountain biking, rambling and walking from trails and cycle ways leading directly from our site. The Tissington Trail – just 100 metres from our site entrance provides access to the “Trails Triangle” formed with the High Peak Trail and cycle way around Carsington Reservoir. Footpaths from Rivendale lead into the dramatic limestone scenery of the upper reaches of Dove Dale – about 11/2 miles away.
This exclusive development is situated in the heart of the National Forest in the beautiful village of Overseal, Derbyshire. This is a rural, countryside area yet is close to all of the Midlands cities and major networks as well as only 3 miles from the historical town and castle of Ashby-de-la-Zouch.
The location of the park lends itself to lots of relaxing country walks with bridal paths to meander along and breath-taking views to enjoy. There is a racecourse at Market Rasen, as well as several golf courses and fisheries in the surrounding area. Doctor's surgery- 1 mile, dental practice- 9 miles, post office- 1 mile, nearest shop- 1 mile, nearest supermarket- 9 miles, nearest bus stop- park entrance, nearest train station- 9 miles
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Tattershall Lakes Country Park set amongst stunning parkland, lakes and woodland. Located in the heart of Lincolnshire, nestled between the Fens and the Wolds. Facilities include a lake for jet-skiing, another for water-skiing and three lakes for fishing! There is an 18 hole golf course, indoor swimming pool and spa facility including hot tub or just enjoy a leisurely walk or bike ride around this fabulous 325 acre park.
Lincoln Cathedral, castle and museum are within easy reach of the park, as well as the historic Belvoir Castle, Belton House and Hartsholme Country Park. There is no shortage of walking for those who enjoy the outdoors, both in the immediate locality or just a little further afield. Sleaford town centre is home to an excellent library and an amateur theatre, as well as sporting facilities such as an indoor swimming pool, indoor bowls, flat green bowling and local golf. Doctor's surgery-1 mile, dental practice- less than 1 mile, post office- less than 1 mile, nearest shop- less than 1 mile
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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.