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Pease Bay is an award winning beachfront holiday park on the Berwickshire coast popular with families and older people alike, as well as surfers and outdoor enthusiasts from around the country. It is a peaceful location but never dull with an abundance of activities and attractions within easy reach.
A holiday home at Pease Bay gives you the opportunity to unwind to the sounds of the sea and enjoy the famed panoramic sea views of this magnificent coastline. With a restaurant, takeaway, bar, children’s play area, woodland walks and an award winning beach literally on your doorstep you can choose to do as much or as little as you wish. There are plenty interesting of places to visit within a short drive, from the pretty coastal resorts of Dunbar and North Berwick in East Lothian, to Berwickshire’s fishing harbours at St Abbs and Eyemouth. The fortified and fought over town of Berwick-upon-Tweed is just across the border into England. Further south you can explore the fine sandy beaches and historical attractions of Northumberland and to the North is Scotland’s cosmopolitan capital city. Both can be reached in under an hour giving you lots of choice on how to spend your leisure time.
Show homes available to view and for sale: Tarragon 44x20 arriving in October. The Cassia 36x20 is now available to hire for your holidays.
Nestling at the foot of the Lammermuir Hills in Scotland, near the stunning East Lothian coastline, Thurston Manor offers you the chance to share special holidays and short breaks with family and friends, that you will remember for a lifetime. Once a country estate visited by kings, Thurston Manor now offers tasteful holiday accommodation and superior facilities that will change your view of holiday parks forever. You don't just have to take our word for it either, as we have received many prestigious, National Tourism Awards, including VisitScotland's 5 Star Holiday Park Award and the ultimate accolade, the AAA 5 Pennant Award.
As a holiday home owner at Thurston Manor you can choose to do as much or as little as you wish. Our inviting indoor swimming pool and leisure facilities offer space to relax or work out. There's fishing, walking, riding and most watersports, including surfing and diving right on your doorstep. There are also historic places of interests and attractions in abundance, in East Lothian and neighbouring Berwickshire, and for those seeking the bright lights of the metropolis, Edinburgh is only 25 miles away, with its world class theatres, restaurants and shops.
South Bridgend, Crieff, Perthshire
Situated on the banks of the River Earn, with beautiful mountain views, Braidhaugh Park is only a 10 minute walk from Crieff town centre, where you will find a selection of traditional shops, artists’ galleries and restaurants. Fishing, golfing and walking are just a few of the many activities on offer in the local area and our park shop has an information area, full of local places to visit.
Show homes available to view: Two Olympia 40x14 lodges
West Cavers, Hawick
There are many walks and public bridleways in the area. The Historic Borders town of Hawick is only 2 miles away with all the local amenities you would expect. The park is situated on a private estate amongst 70 acres of woodlands. There are many areas of outstanding natural beauty and attractions. Doctor's surgery - 2 miles, Dental practice - 2 mile, Post office - 2 mile, Nearest shop - 2 mile, Nearest supermarket - 2 miles. There is shooting, fishing, golfing, riding and many more outdoor activities on your doorstop.
Courthill Parks is a quiet, friendly, family run Residential Retirement Park, in a quiet country setting for 41 Park Homes, with a full Residential License, for all year round living. Local attractions include walking, golfing and fishing. Historic landmarks such as Caerlaverock Castle, Sweetheart Abbey and the magnificent Drumlanrig Castle & Country Estate are also just a few miles away. A regular bus services can be found at the Park entrance.
This is an exclusive residential park home development situated in the beautiful grounds of what was the Cunninghamhead Mansion House, situated three miles from the town of Irvine and the wonderful Ayrshire coast, the park is ideally located for those who want peace and quiet and yet still like to be within easy distance of local amenities. The Ayrshire coast is famous for it's golden sandy beaches and around Irvine can be found some of the finest. What’s more, Irvine Harbour is home to the Scottish Maritime Museum and the Harbour Arts Centre, as well as local inns and restaurants.
East Renfrewshire, Scotland
Dales View Park offers residents a peaceful way of like away from the bustle of towns. The park is set on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales with breath-taking views over the countryside yet within easy reach of all amenities.
Welcome to Heather Bank Park and a whole new way of life, set in 18 acres adjacent to the Glennifer Brae Country Park, Heather Bank Park enjoys magnificent views over the beautiful East Renfrewshire countryside. The park is conveniently located in the rural countryside of Shillford Hamlet some 3 miles from Neilston and 5 miles from Barrhead. There you will find all the shopping services that you need, closer to hand there is a convenience store less than half a mile from the park entrance. This established park has been carefully developed and modernised over the last 3 years, to create a modern park in a stunning location. It is completely surrounded by countryside and away from main roads, ensuring a peaceful village lifestyle for residents.
Cupar Road, By Lundin Links, Fife
Letham Feus is situated in the East Neuk of Fife, near the sandy beaches of Lundin Links and central for the regions many golf courses, stunning coastal towns and historic sites. The park is blessed with breathtaking views over the Forth Estuary to the south and beautiful woodland to the north. Park facilities include launderette, play area and licensed bar. Letham Feus is the perfect place to relax and unwind.
We are a private park home estate of 86 homes, conveniently located on the South side of Aberdeen just 3 miles from the Bridge of Dee, just off the main A90 Stonehaven road. Marywell is a safe, secure and quiet place to live. We are well located for essential services with a regular doorstep bus service to Aberdeen.
Mill House Park is situated on the Southern fringe of the town of Crieff, on the edge of the Scottish highlands. Crieff is one of Perthshire's most picturesque and historic towns and is within easy striking distance of Scotland's rugged West Coast and the fishing ports of the East. Yet, in just under an hour you would be in the bustling, vibrant heart of Glasgow and enjoying the sedate elegance of Edinburgh.
If you're looking to discover the very best Scotland has to offer Park Village is the perfect location for you. This stunning park is situated on the northern fringe of the town of Crieff on the edge of the picturesque Scottish highlands, the ideal setting for anyone interested in nature. The varied climate in the area leads to a wide range of habitats and relatively sparse population makes the highlands the premier area in Britain, if not Europe for wildlife. Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre where you can admire a wide array of interesting animals and birds is right on the doorstep.
Devon Road, Clackmannanshire
Show homes available to view and for sale: Olympia 40x14 arriving in September
Set on the banks of the River Devon, Riverside offers the perfect retreat for those who enjoy a peaceful and tranquil break. The park offers an ideal base for fishing (free fishing on the parks section of the river Devon), hill-walking and bird watching, or an ideal base to explore and visit the many attractions which Central Scotland has to offer. Stirling is 25 minutes away, Edinburgh 40 minutes, Glasgow 55 minutes, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs under an hour away. Nearest amenities: Dental practice – 2.5 miles, Post office - 1 mile, Nearest shop - 1 mile, Nearest supermarket - 5 miles.
Just 8 miles from Cairngorm ski area this tranquil park is set in the beautiful ancient Caledonian pine forest and offers direct access to many walking and cycling trails to suit all abilities. Doctor's surgery - 3 miles, Dental practice - 3 miles, Post office - 3 miles, Nearest shop - 2 miles, Nearest supermarket - 2 miles, Nearest bus stop - Park entrance, Nearest train station - 2 miles
Located on the Fife Coastal Path, an award winning south facing park by the sea, to the north east of Crail. Within walking distance of the shops and the harbour. With uninterrupted views across the Firth of Forth, taking in the Isle of May, Bass Rock and beyond. Quiet family orientated park, ideal as a base to explore the many attractions Fife has to offer. Enjoy the coastal path with its varied wildlife and scenic views and excellent walks in either direction towards the Forth bridge or the Tay bridge. Facilities on park include an outdoor swimming pool, play area and games room.
St Cyrus Park is a private development of 82 holiday homes set in its own landscaped grounds in South-East Aberdeenshire, just north of the bustling town of Montrose. Here you'll discover how to make the most of your newfound lifestyle with plenty of opportunities for recreation and relaxation. Located next to the St Cyrus Nature Reserve the area is home to a wide array of rare wildflowers, birds and insects. With its golden sands, grasslands and towering cliffs this is one of the most spectacular coastlines to be found in North East Scotland.
Willow Wood Park nestles itself within picturesque and tranquil Lothian countryside in Scotland and yet, is situated close to the M8 motorway, which can transport you quickly to the delights of Edinburgh, just 18 miles away. One day you could be walking, fishing or playing golf in beautiful, un-spoilt, natural surroundings. The next, you could be discovering the rich diversity of cultural and historic attractions in Scotland’s capital, or indulging in a little retail therapy on Princes Street.
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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.