Located in the stunning countryside overlooking Bodmin Moor, Trevadlock Hall Park is a residential development for over 55's which offers residents stunning views of the countryside. Located in Cornwall, this retirement park is the ideal place to enjoy the best of Cornwall's attractions during your golden years.
Trevadlock Hall Park consists of well-spaced 52 homes over the 7 acres of the parklands. There are a large number of houses with purpose-built garages and generous plots.
Residents gather socially in a group called the Crafties, and the nearby village of North Hill has several social clubs and societies for those of a more mature age. Therefore, Trevadlock Hall Park is the ideal place to relocate if you are looking for a tranquil and picturesque park - with the bonuses of being pet-friendly and close to bustling towns.
It is also within walking distance to Lewannick, a small village with a shop and post office, and it is only 6 miles away from Launceston, a market town once known as the gateway to Cornwall, and just over the border from Devon. There are also supermarkets, banks, and health facilities in the town.
There are many attractions within the area, such as Carnglaze Caverns, where you can take a self-guided underground tour of the former slate mine and explore the underground lake. You can also walk along the River Fowey in the nature reserve and see the Golitha Falls, where cascades and waterfalls await.
There is a daily bus service to Launceston, and the A30 provides an easy route through Cornwall and Devon, as well as Exeter to the east. Bude and Looe, both seaside resorts, are within an hour's drive. Besides Bodmin Moor, the Dartmoor National Park is also within easy reach.
The nearest station to the park is in Liskeard, on route to Plymouth and Penzance.
Trevadlock Hall Park