Lechlade Court, Gloucestershire

Residential Park (find out more here)

What Features Does Lechlade Court Have?

Near area of natural beauty
Excellent road links
Peaceful setting
Exclusively for Over-50s
Part-time warden on-site
Close to local amenities


Lechlade Court is a park is based on the southern edge of the Cotswolds and positioned in the busy market town of Lechlade-on-Thames, an area of natural beauty on the River Thames. Offering excellent road links and sitting within easy reach of other Cotswold towns and villages, the location of the park offers its residents the best of both worlds.

This is an exclusive development that is adjacent to St John's Priory Park. It is part of the Turners Parks Group who owns and manages over 38 residential parks in attractive locations across the country. Founded in 2009, they have successfully grown to become one of the largest park home providers in the UK.

About Lechlade Court Park

When you buy a park home, there are so many positives that you will enjoy, as well as purchasing your new home. This park offers a unique and peaceful setting that invites residents to relax, unwind, and begin to enjoy their best years. Its location is ideally placed for exploration of the local market town, and the excellent road links enable trips further afield.    

The park itself encourages a strong community feel, with many residents enjoying making and growing new friendships with their neighbours. The properties are all detached and enjoy small gardens to develop and maintain, which also lets residents bring a touch of their personality to their park home. This is a very well maintained park, and residents can feel secure in the knowledge that they will have a part-time warden on-site to support them with any queries they may have, as well as offer help and advice. 


As the name suggests, the market town has the River Thames at the heart of everything it does. Historically, it was vital as a trade route, carrying items such as cheese, coal, and wool which when the construction of the Thames and Severn Canal completed in 1789, meant the town was on the map. 

Today, the canal is for visitors enjoying leisure cruising and narrowboats, which brings a healthy amount of tourism to the town who enjoy strolling its cobbled streets as well as the various amenities and activities the small town has to offer. 

If you love to keep your garden in shipshape condition, the Hillier Garden Centre may become your new home from home. Selling quality plants and garden accessories, you will find everything you need and even have time to squeeze in a quick cup of tea in their restaurant. 

The town is also home to St. Lawrence Church, a beautiful church dating back to 1476. Steeped in history, this magnificent working church has an incredible spire that can be seen from many miles away; it truly is a treasure nestled within the town.

Are you a fan of the festive month of Christmas? Well the town is home to a Christmas shop that sells all sorts of festive items all year round. Keep an eye out on the high street, you can't miss it, and it is a fun experience to look around. 

The Local Area

Lechlade Court is in a beautiful location to explore the towns and villages of the Cotswolds nearby. There are so many to choose from and having them all within easy reach of the park, ensures you will be kept very busy! Don't forget, if you do not drive there are excellent transport links to all of the local towns and villages.  


Situated just over twenty minutes away, Cirencester is the largest market town known lovingly as 'Capital of the Cotswolds'. The town offers many attractions to visitors, including great shopping, indoor and outdoor markets as well as a selection of enticing restaurants. From Indian to Spanish Tapas or perhaps a good old classic pie and chips, there will be something for everyone. 

The history of the town can is everywhere while walking around the town, from awe-inspiring architecture to the Church of St. John the Baptist. Probably, the best place to experience the magic of this town's history is to visit the Corinium Museum. A place to observe the many treasures from the town's Roman past. If you are looking to explore the quieter side of the town, there are two large parks or why not explore Cirencester Abbey grounds?

Bourton on the Water

You certainly do not need to travel abroad to enjoy a magnificent waterway! Just pop to Bourton on the Water, a mere half an hour away. The impressive River Windrush runs straight through the centre of the village, which has earned it the name of 'Venice of the Cotswolds'. 

A surprising and quite magical attraction based here is Birdland Park & Gardens. Visitors can get up close to over 500 species of birds from owls to flamingos to penguins! A perfect day out to meet family or friends, and with so many restaurants and pubs locally, you will certainly not go hungry.

It will be a good idea to have good shoes when you visit this beautiful village. There are many walking routes available to the avid walker around the village and surrounding areas but don't worry; you will not be far away from one of the many inviting cafes for a well-earned rest. Be sure to call on the Visitor Centre who is armed with lots of maps and valuable information so that visitors experience the best of this popular village destination if you or a loved one is a car fanatic, the Cotswold Motoring & Toy Collection located here. The museum takes visitors through the journey of 20th-century motoring and creates a fun learning experience for young and old.


Next on your list of places to visit is the town of Burford. You will not be disappointed if you are looking to soak up some more history and character of a traditional Cotswold town. The main street, sloping gently down towards the river, is lined with ancient cottages and old houses. Intertwined with residential homes, visitors can roam off the beaten track, in and out of the many shops, café and pubs, all welcoming tourists and regulars alike. 

Tolsey Museum is the town's museum, housed in a timbered Tudor building, which is the perfect place to learn about the towns working and social culture.  You will see exhibits that show the extensive trade that was done in Burford, ranging from wool to clarinet making.  

There are many restaurants in the town to choose. Or perhaps, treat yourself to a night away in one of the B&Bs or hotels? Being so close to the park, Burford has such a lot to offer, and one visit will not be enough.  

Why choose Lechlade Court Park

Apart from the perfect location, when you buy a park home, you are also purchasing a guaranteed future of security. Not only will you enjoy a 10-year structural warranty on your property, but you will also receive service and support from the team on any issues that arise. Their ongoing after-sales support is second to none.

Working closely with the UK's leading park home manufacturers, the park invites buyers to view homes that are available with a wide selection of modern, comfortable homes already sited, landscaped, and ready to purchase. There is also the flexibility to design your own bespoke home, right down to a personal choice of soft furnishings. 

Lechlade Court is fast becoming the place for individuals and couples wishing to move from the hustle and bustle of towns to this idyllic setting. Here they can purchase a brand new, more affordable detached property for their retirement, while making the most of exploring all the jewels the Cotwolds has to offer. Why not get in touch with the team and start your best future today.


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