Caddington Residential Park offers rural lifestyle living while never being far away from the action. Boarded by the Icknield Way, which leads to the Dunstable Downs, Caddington Park is ideal for those who enjoy fresh, clean air and country walks. It offers a peaceful, slow pace of life exclusively for the over-45s. Perfect for the retired or semi-retired looking for a secure, tranquil environment to relax, Caddington Park is within easy reach of Luton. With its wide range of shops, services, leisure facilities and other amenities, historic Luton, mentioned in the Doomsday Book, caters for every need. Closer to the park, residents will find amenities, including a supermarket and a pub, just a 10 minute walk away. A hospital is also nearby. Benefiting from excellent travel links, the park is 30 minutes away from London by car. A regular bus service runs from the park into Luton. Located on the edge of the Chilterns, Luton offers plenty of opportunities for those who enjoy taking in breathtaking views and sweeping, unique landscapes. The Dunstable Downs, for example, is the highest point in Bedfordshire and a great place for walking and picnics. Local attractions include Whipsnade Zoo, the largest Zoo in the country, and, for a spot of golf or a pampering, there is the Luton Hoo Hotel Golf and Spa Resort. Caddington Park is pet friendly. Residents are allowed two animals per property. The park benefits from super-fast broadband, and central heating is powered by LPG gas. Leave the M1 at junction 11 and head towards Dunstable on the A505 over the traffic lights. At the roundabout take the first left signposted Luton A5065 passing a supermarket on the right. Proceed to the next roundabout and Caddington Residential Park is signposted as the first turning left. The park entrance is at the end of the drive.