Bluebell Park is located in the village of Dunlop. The village 0ffers many amenities including post office, convenience store and has a train station. Meaning amenities such as these are all in less than a five-minutes’ walk.
Dunlop also features a Bowling Club, historical castles, a church, locally sourced restaurants, and friendly local pub- the Merito. Designed for comfort, space and convenience with each home featuring a block paved drive and landscaped garden.
Bluebell Park is pet friendly and enjoys a friendly village community spirit. The park has Victorian street lighting and a fishing lake onsite as well as beautiful walks amongst twenty-acres of woodland and natural setting.
Dunlop is in the county of Ayshire which is home to beautiful seaside towns which can all be easily accessed via bus routes. The towns of both Irvine and Troon take under half-an-hour when travelling via the car. Irvine is a lively coastal town with an extensive range of high street and independent retailers, alongside several supermarkets. Irvine also has a great collection of eateries including local friendly pubs such as The Ship Inn, high quality restaurants, cosy cafes and the delicious Vanilla Joes Ice Cream Parlour. Troon is a golfing hot spot with it being home to seven different courses. The town has a beautiful seaside stretch of sandy beaches, unique independent cafes, shops and boutiques and is home to Ayshires own fish market. The city of Glasgow is just over half-an-hour in the car from the park. Glasgow is a vibrant and dynamic city with a large collection of attractions, eateries, shops and parks.
Glasgow homes many beautiful establishments such as Glasgow Cathedral and the stunning Glasgow Botanic Gardens. The city features art galleries such The Gallery of Modern Art and many family friendly attractions including the Glasgow Science Centre, Loch Lomond Aquarium and the Snow Factor. The city is steeped in history and has fascinating architecture which can be explored through walking tours and city bus tours.