Ranksborough Hall, Rutland

Properties at Ranksborough Hall

Omar Sandringham 45x20 Ranksborough Hall


Omar Sandringham 45x20 Ranksborough Hall




Preown Tingdene 35x12 23 Ranksborough Hall


Preown Tingdene 35x12 23 Ranksborough Hall




Residential Park (find out more here)

What Features Does Ranksborough Hall Have?

Residential for over-50s
Newly Built Homes
Countryside Location
10 Minutes to Oakham
Close to Melton Mowbray
Landscaped Grounds
Hot Tub Holiday Lodges
Tranquil Site
Residential & Holiday Sites


Royale Ranksborough Hall is in Rutland, the county is home to some of the most stunning countryside. Thousands of people head out here simply to take in the wonderful surroundings and to explore England at its natural best! Plenty of people, too, choose to retire out in Rutland, where there are plenty of quaint, peaceful villages and market towns. What's more, there are park properties and estates opening up in the area all the time, some of which we're proud to present to you right here. The park homes on the park, which is based in Langham are well-connected to a variety of local sites of interest, towns and countryside walk/ It is a park home with everything you could ever wish for. Read on to find out why this park could provide you with the park home of your dreams.

About Royale Ranksborough Hall

This is a gated site with a difference. Built into the splendorous Rutland countryside, the estate offers spacious luxury properties for anyone desiring to retire to the heart of England. The park bungalow properties here are carefully curated and looked-after, and have been designed to offer maximum ease of living and comfort. You'll find a wide variety of homes available to look at and explore across landscaped gardens which are carefully cared for around the clock. The park has been developed as a peaceful, secure park where likeminded people can live amongst one another in harmony. All properties here are completely furnished and have their own garden spaces. That means you simply need to find your ideal property and move here at your leisure! Langham is a beautiful part of the country which goes unexplored by so many people. If you're thinking about retiring to pastures green, why not consider making a beeline for Rutland?


Oakham, a popular market town nearby, has plenty of shops, restaurants and cafe facilities for you to travel to and from on a regular basis. There are regular buses which link here; however, you can also drive easily between the site and other towns and sites of interest. We'll explore what's available to you in the local area a little further down. Whether you want to sit back and relax, or prefer to go walking or cycling through Rutland's lush and seemingly endless countryside, there is plenty here for you to get into. Let's take a look at what you can expect from the area once you've moved in.

What's Nearby?

Rutland is home to many local sites of interest and attractions. What's more, the park estate is well-linked to main roads and public transport, which means you'll be able to get out and about to explore the nearby area at your leisure. And why not? Here's a brief look at some of the more popular and intriguing sites based near and around the park. Oakham is in very close vicinity to the park estate, and as a popular market town, there is almost always something exciting to get into here. It's a proudly historic town, with many local buildings having been carefully preserved over centuries past. Anyone interested in archaeology will also be intrigued by some of the major discoveries that have been made here, and Oakham Castle is a majestic landmark showcasing the best of ancient Norman architecture. It's free to visit the Castle, and it's even been used as a wedding and celebration venue from time to time. Visitors to Oakham will also likely be interested in taking in the local markets. These take place on Wednesdays and Saturdays, and you'll be able to sample local food, drink and produce as you wander through the stalls. There's a Farmers' Market, too, which takes place every third Saturday of the month. Here, local farmers will share with you the pick of their crops, and you can take home some of the best in local produce. You should also make a beeline for the Rutland County Museum, based right in the heart of Oakham itself. The museum hosts an amazing selection of exhibits and tours, and you'll be able to learn more about life in Oakham during its founding years. You'll even be able to see how the crime was handled here centuries ago. You can still see stocks in the main square!

Rutland Water

Rutland Water Nature Reserve is only a short drive from Royale Ranksborough Hall. It's one of the most popular nature reserves in the country, let alone in the county area. The Reserve is home to various wonderful species of flora and fauna, all of which you can spot during gentle walks through the open centre. The Reserve covers around 1000 acres in totals, with several visitor centres and tours which will help you to get up close and personal with local nature. The Reserve itself has actually been recognised as a European Special Protection Area and is home to waterfowl numbering more than 25,000. It is a birdwatcher's dream! Even more so, given the fact that there are several nature trails and birdwatching hides for you to use at your leisure. You'll also find conservation projects taking place here throughout the year, encouraging visitors and school groups to get involved with protecting the rare and endangered wildlife who call the Reserve their home. What's more, the Reserve makes for an absolutely stunning walk, and by making this site your home, you'll be able to come and visit whenever you like! If the idea of getting back to nature really appeals to you, you'll want to retire somewhere nearby.

Barnsdale Gardens

Barnsdale Gardens are stunningly curated across eight acres of plant paradise. Described on their official website as a 'theme park for gardeners', this curious collection of fauna is carefully managed, and welcomes thousands and thousands of visitors each year. There are garden tours to help guide you through the collection, as well as lovely tea rooms on site where you can refresh amongst beautiful blooms. If you do choose to move nearby, you can even become a Friend of Barnsdale Gardens, and actively help its upkeep and growth. It truly is a unique collection and one which lovers of all flora will want to explore at their leisure. Once you've explored the wildlife at Rutland Water, why not take a trip to Barnsdale Gardens to take a look at some stunning flowers and greenery?

Fineshade Wood

Fineshade Wood makes for a marvellous family day out. It brings together all of the best bits of Rutland's brimming countryside, with acres of forest land and nature trails for people to walk through, cycle down and explore. It's a great day out for the kids, as there are plenty of activity trails and things to do on route. You'll also find cafe and restaurant facilities on site, which will be handy unless you'd like to bring along a picnic or two! There is a wildlife hide here, meaning you can take a break from the main trails to spy some of the area's famous animals. It's a bicycle-friendly resort, meaning that if you prefer to take in the lush surroundings on two wheels, you absolutely can. You'll even be able to hire cycles and trailer buggies if you need to!

Rutland Falconry and Owl Centre

If you've still not had your fill of local wildlife, make a point of visiting the Rutland Falconry and Owl Centre, based in Oakham. The RFOC has been operating for more than 20 years now, and it's a conservation centre for rare and threatened birds. There is also a host of other woodland creatures who are looked after here, too. It is a secure conservation unit, which means it is not only an active area of protection for many species, but is also a wonderfully fascinating day out for people of all ages. Fascinated by our feathered friends? You're going to want to visit the RFOC on a regular basis, where the staff will introduce you to some of the long-term residents.

Why Choose Royale Ranksborough Hall?

This is just one of the latest in a long line of perfect parks which have been popping up in Rutland. There is nothing quite like getting away from it all and retiring to a small corner of the countryside. That's why so many people have already registered their interest in purchasing a bungalow here. Moving means you'll be able to nestle into a community with is quiet, secure and which has scores of amenities on-site. Its links to nearby Rutland means there's a new adventure waiting for you each and every day. This is a park home site which is designed to offer complete and utter freedom of living. You're free to relax here and to enjoy the curated gardens, or to explore nearby Oakham and beyond.

Ranksborough Hall Park Rules

1. When undertaking any decoration of the exterior of the Park Home the occupier must use reasonable endeavours not to depart from the original colour scheme. In addition no external alteration or addition to the Park Home or plot is permitted without the prior written approval of the Park Owner (such approval not to be unreasonably withheld).
Wheels must not be removed nor the Park Home be re-positioned without prior written permission (such permission not to be unreasonably withheld).
2. In relation to the proposed sale of a home, only one For Sale stake is permitted on the pitch or home advertising the services of one or two Estates Agents and only one poster affixed to inside of the window of the home advertising the sale of the home is permitted.
3. Occupiers are responsible for ensuring that all and any installations on their pitch (which are not the responsibility of the site owner) and appliances within their mobile home and/or on their pitch (be they gas, electric or otherwise) comply at all times with the requirements of the Institute of Electrical Engineers and or other appropriate Authorities.
4. The occupier must not permit waste water to be discharged onto the ground. Where water is not separately metered or rated the use of hosepipes is forbidden, except in the case of fire.
5. The Occupier must ensure that all household refuse is deposited in approved containers which must not be overfilled. It is forbidden to fly tip rubbish or debris
anywhere on the park including the compound.
6. Radios, record players and other similar appliances and motor vehicles must not be used to cause nuisance to others, especially between the hours of 10.30pm and 8am. All residents and visitors must respect the privacy of others at all times.
7. All vehicles and drivers must comply with motor vehicle regulations. Drivers must drive carefully on the Park and not exceed the speed limit of 10mph. Parking is only permitted in authorised spaces. Roads must not be obstructed. Disused vehicles must be removed promptly from the Park. Prior written approval must be obtained from the Park Owners before parking commercial vehicles permanently. Trailers, caravans or commercial vehicles may be parked on resident’s driveways overnight for loading or unloading.
8. Storage sheds, fuel bunkers or other structures are only permitted with the prior written approval of the Park Owners (such approval not to be unreasonably withheld) and where permitted must be of an approved design and size.
9. The planting of trees and shrubs is subject to the Park Owners’ prior written approval of types and position (such approval not to be unreasonably withheld). Trees and shrubs may not be cut down, removed or damaged without the Park Owner’s prior written approval which will not be unreasonably withheld and gardens must be left intact when the Occupier vacates the pitch.
10.Washing lines are to be reasonably screened from public view.

11.1 No prohibited type of dog or dog dangerously out of control as defined or referred to by the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 as amended is permitted to be kept or
brought upon the Park or any part thereof.
11.2 Subject to the foregoing Rule 11.1 any pet must be kept securely within its owners mobile home except when under and within the direct control of its owner.
11.3 Any pet must not be permitted to cause a danger or nuisance to any other person whether by noise behaviour or otherwise nor to cause any damage to any
property upon the Park.
11.4 The pet owner must without unreasonable delay remove and dispose of safely and hygienically any faeces of such pet.
12.The Occupier is responsible for the conduct of children in his/her custody and of visitors.
13.The Park is specifically for the over 50s with no resident children.
14.It is forbidden to carry offensive weapons or other objects likely to give or cause offence on the Park.
15.Everyone using the Park is required to comply with the regulations of the Site Licence.
16.Access is not permitted to vacant plots and all building materials or similar must be left undisturbed.
17.No commercial enterprise or business activities may take place and the home is for residential purposes only.
18.No skate boarding ball games or similar is allowed on the Park.
19.Any extension carried out to a Park Home in breach of the Site Rules for the Park, the Site Licence for the Park, the Planning Permission applicable to the Park and the terms of the Written Statement must be removed prior to the sale of a Park Home.
You must not carry out any extension works to your Park Home save in accordance with rule 1 of the Site Rules and subject to you obtaining where appropriate any
necessary planning permissions as may be required from the Local Authority from time to time and complying with the terms of the Site Licence on the Park, the Planning Permissions applicable to the Park and the terms of the Written Statement.
20.No resident shall own more than one Park Home at any one time


Ranksborough Hall
LE15 7JR