Cornwall boasts some of the most beautiful locations in the UK. With its crystal coastlines and fresh countryside providing. An ideal spot for plentiful parks for your park home. Cornwall is world-famous for its glistening coastline, picturesque beaches and historic fishing villages. It has a famous food scene, as well as acre upon acre of rolling hills, greenery and woodland. Perfect park homes are abundant for sale throughout Cornwall, and we are here to ensure that you choose the right park for you.
On average, park homer owners stay on a particular park for 16.5 years. So it’s best to make sure that the park you choose is exactly what you need. This is why they offer the perfect opportunity for a new standard of living. One that is relaxed, homely and luxurious. Residential park homes, naturally come with a ready-made community of like-minded individuals. Where you can enjoy both serene peacefulness and active social life.
This post will showcase the very best parks in Cornwall. We are taking into account the most valuable assets that they have to offer. Such as individual park facilities, as well as location, their proximity to towns, villages, country walks, attractions and coastlines. Cornwall has such a lot to offer. With this guide, we aim to give you the chance to pick and mix from the most beautiful parts of such a beautiful county.
Suppose you are on the hunt to find the very best residential parks in Cornwall for your park home. Then this is the guide for you. Answering all the questions that we can to help you make that all-important decision.
When investing substantially in a park home, your park home must reside in an ideal park. One that best suits your needs provides that year-round holiday feeling. There are so many beautiful parks in Cornwall, as well as up and down the country. But what aspects in terms of surroundings, facilities and accessibility are most important to you? It has to be the ultimate location. Catering to your tastes and what you consider to be most important.
Here at Sell My Group, we have been hard at work researching the very best residential parks that Cornwall has to offer. We go out of our way to recognise the most trusted parks. Those with the highest excellence amongst our listings. We have launched Recommended Park to provide all the information we can on these. As part of this scheme, parks also earn and show the Sell My Group Recommended Park badge.
Below we have collated our highest recommended parks in Cornwall. If you would like to book a viewing of any of these parks. Please do not hesitate to contact us on email: email@example.com or ring: 03333 445014:
Glenleigh Park has community at its heart. Home to many close-knit residents who always enjoy welcoming more. Retired residents are the most crucial consideration at Glenleigh Park. The park is set in some of Cornwall’s most beautiful plains. Boasting breathtaking views of St Austell and green parkland.
Glenleigh Park prides itself on a luxurious residential experience. It is benefitting from easy access to a multitude of nearby attractions. Including glorious countryside, coastline and historic sites. The park also offers a full licence for permanent residences. It is situated in the perfect location to explore the best of what our country has to offer.
The park is owned by parent company Wyldecrest Parks. Wyldecrest have a wealth of experience in managing residential community parks. Wildecrest Parks pride themselves on keeping their grounds and facilities well maintained.
Glenleigh is in a part of Cornwall that is popular amongst tourists, and it’s easy to see why. That said, the park is incredibly private and at a distance from any public access. The park itself mirrors this, offering both community experience and peaceful seclusion.
The park is exclusively available for residents over the age of 50. Meaning that its community is of like-minded individuals. All of whom benefit from a gentle pace of life.
Glenleigh Park’s location is paramount, nestled in the Cornish countryside. It is near the Roseland Heritage Coast. As well as being positioned perfectly for both walking routes and seaside attractions.
Glenleigh Park borders the Lost Gardens of Heligan. It is also close to Polgooth, Hewas Water and St Mewan. The green coastal reaches of Trenarren and Pentewan are nearby too. Glenleigh’s nearest town is St Austell, which benefits from lovely local restaurants and shops.
There are very accessible travel options via the A390. Following it will take you to many of the local hotspots. There is also a local train station in St Austell. The station provides access to the broader Cornish landscape.
Glenleigh Park is towards the Eastern edge of the Cornish coastline. Only moments away is the Eden Project, which is accessible through main roads. The project consists of massive Biomes. The Eden Project also houses the biggest rainforest in captivity. As well as being an educational charity, where the living world can be explored and discovered. The Eden Project hosts exhibitions, events and summer concerts. All as part of a year-round events programme. Not too mention its breathtaking indoor rainforest.
As previously mentioned, the location of Glenleigh Park benefits from both spacious countryside and coastline. The park is incredibly close to the most beautiful beaches and bays. Both Porthpean and Carlyon Bay are within easy reach of the park.
Botanists and Ecologists will enjoy Pinetum Gardens. The gardens are set across 30 acres. They are home to a vast array of intriguing trees and plants. A peaceful oasis in the heart of St Austell. Where you can relax and take in the greenery and the lakes.
St Austell is also home to a Brewery, that offers residents the opportunity to see the brewing process in a historical context. The region is home to a few museums including the Shipwreck Treasure exhibit and Wheal Martyn Mining Museum.
Only slightly further afield, you will find the famed Heritage Coast resorts of Cornwall. Residents can journey towards Godrevy and Penwith.
Meadowlands Court in the North corner of Cornwall, in Bude. The park prides itself on being a cultivated community. That is tranquil, peaceful and provides safety and security for all of its residents. Meadowlands is only available for residents over the age of 45. This makes Meadowlands Court the perfect retirement residence for people who want to make a coastal escape part of everyday life.
Meadowlands Court is famed for balancing luxury and class to the highest degree. As a gated community, the Meadowlands Court keeps its community incredibly secure. It is enabling you to enjoy your retirement, on the coast, in the country and peacefully. On your doorstep is a readymade community of like-minded people enjoying all the benefits of the Cornish countryside. Also on your doorstep is a whole host of Cornwall’s most loved attractions. A harmonious oasis in the middle of one of Britain’s most beautiful counties.
Meadowlands Court and its peaceful community lie between country walks, sandy hills and beautiful coastlines. It is within easy access to picturesque seaside towns and villages as well as countryside retreats.
The park, itself, is as beautiful. The park is boasting meticulously landscaped gardens that feel like the ultimate in peaceful luxury. What’s more, Meadowland, allows pets meaning your whole household, furry and otherwise, can come with you.
There is a reason why this beautiful part of Cornwall has been so popular amongst holidaymakers for generations. It is full of historic towns and fishing villages. That offer enviable food and classic cream teas. As well as it’s the world-class coastline, turquoise sea and sandy beaches. All of which is so easy to explore from the luxury of Meadowlands Court
We have listed some of the very best options of what you can expect to be surrounding you in Meadowlands Court. The park benefits from being extremely well-connected; there are so many things to see within easy access.
Meadowlands Court is in Bude. A town famed for golf, sailing and fishing. It is a traditional market town that has won the prize for Best UK Coastal Town in recent years. There is the opportunity to explore Widemouth Bay. A beautiful Blue Flag beach, renowned for its surf and glorious rock pools. Nearby, you will find Tintagel Castle a fascinating, heritage ruin thought to have been home to King Arthur’s Round Table. Only a short drive aways is Healey’s Cornish Cyder Farm where you can try some traditional scrumpy and cider.
Only slightly further afield you’ll find the traditional fishing village of Port Isaac. One of the most relaxing and historic spots on the Cornish coast. Similarly, the famous resort of Newquay is only a stone’s throw away. Famed for its surf and sense of adventure, Newquay also has a full programme of festivals and events.
Meadowlands offers the perfect balance between tranquil seclusion and access to some of the most famous sights of Cornwall. It makes for a luxurious sanctuary that exists right in the heart of the countryside and coastlines. You will never be short of things to do, trips to the coast, world-class food and country walk. But you can also choose peace and quiet and a friendly community on any given day.
Meadowlands is a growing community of retirees amongst those that have loved this area of Cornwall for generations. You would never have post-holiday blues again if you moved to this glistening coastline.
There are properties currently available on Meadowlands Court. Why not take a look and see if any of them take your fancy?
St. Dominic Park is nestled in a beautiful valley, not far from the historic town of Callington. The Park is wrapped in the beautiful and expansive countryside and accessed through a private walled drive. It benefits from being surrounded by woodland, large green fields and glistening streams. Whilst being only a fifteen-minute drive from the city of Plymouth.
St. Dominic Park is home to retired and semi-retired residents all enjoying country life. It is home to residents from all manner of backgrounds. They have chosen to live in this area of Cornwall from many corners of the country. An ideal place to live for anyone looking for their perfect residential park home in Cornwall.
St. Dominic Park is famous for its proximity to National Trust landmarks. Including Cotehele Mill and Quay, and Tamar Valley. It is also very close to the historic market town of Tavistock and Dartmoor National Park. It is close to all the famous beaches of East Cornwall. As well as South Devon, Salcombe and Dartmouth.
Twinbrook Park was once a holiday park. It has been redeveloped, to an incredibly high standard and into an exclusive residential community. High-spec, modern development is to be expected at Twinbrook Park. All of the beauty of Cornwall is within easy reach. Including, it’s famous coast and never-ending countryside. Twinbrook Park is the perfect place for retirees to experience the very best of Cornwall and comes with easy access to both Maenporth and Falmouth villages.
Twinbrook Park is part of parent group Turners Parks. Who are highly experienced and reputable within the industry. They pride themselves on providing a unique neighbourhood within its residential properties. Providing a real sense of community in an atmosphere built from all the best bits of holidaying in Cornwall.
If you are looking for a residential park home in Cornwall, we suggest Twinbrook Park. The park is a spacious and ample Park with coastal views. It is close to some of Cornwall’s best attractions. Benefitting from having park managers onsite, ensuring that residents are always secure. Twinbrook Park is providing a relaxed and safe experience. With luxurious facilities and plentiful amenities for your use.
The park is providing residential homes exclusively for the over 50’s and offering retirees the opportunity to live in a park home in Cornwall glorious countryside . Residents may also bring a pet with them to their new home.
Twinbrook Parks holds its relaxed environment paramount. Whilst being in the perfect location to access the beautiful towns, villages, coast and countryside that Cornwall has to offer.
Twinbrook Park is on the edge of the Lizard Heritage Coast. In the heart of Cornwall’s East coast. Glendurgan Garden, with its wooded greenery, is only moments away from the park. With glorious walks down the Helford River also very close. The park benefits from being a stone’s throw from local towns and villages, such as Swanpool, Falmouth and Maenporth. With shops and amenities in easy reach of your residence. Twinbrook forms part of Cornwall’s lesser-known coastline. This makes it a tranquil and unique experience. With access to an array of local pubs and restaurants. Not to mention, Falmouth’s famous beaches and the quintessential seaside towns.
Twinbrook Park is the ideal for location for potential residents. Worth an interest in historic sites, Heritage Coast walks and museums. St Mawes Castle is close by offering visitors the opportunity to see an artillery fort of Henry VIII. The Ferry is also nearby, enabling people amazing views over the famous harbour. Falmouth’s National Maritime Museum is a beautiful place to visit for those interested in learning more about the sea. Through interactive exhibitions and events.
The Lizard Heritage Coast is a large green expanse that offers incredible views, coastal and country walks. It includes the specified green zones of Lizard Point, Trebah Garden, Kynance Cove and The Loe. With the opportunity to head to Flambards Theme Park for any family visitors.
Only slightly further afield, residents will find Heritage Coast locations such as Penwith, Godrevy and Roseland. As well as St Agnes with its beautiful green coastlines.
Almost totally surrounded by sea Cornwall sits with the blue of the Atlantic ocean wrapping around its coastline for 300 miles. This dramatic coastline is only part of what makes Cornwall so unique. Cornwall’s picturesque fishing villages, famed gastronomy (not to mention the pasties and cream teas) beaches and watersports make up this glorious coastline.
Bodmin Moor, for instance, offers the best of British wilderness with its prehistoric remains, walking routes and panoramic skyline views. The natural landscape of Cornwall as a whole also feeds a thriving art scene. Whilst, it’s coast is responsible for Cornwall’s multi-award-winning food scene. The region has a firm place on the food scene map with a multitude of Michelin star restaurants and highly regarded food producers.
The best piece of advice that we can give you is to do your homework on all of the residential parks that take your fancy. You may choose either a new or used park home, but whichever you should visit as many parks as you can. Visiting these parks personally will ensure that the home you choose is everything that you envisage. We hope that you find the dream park home in Cornwall. Take a look at all our Cornwall residential parks here.