Living on the Norfolk Suffolk Border. Whether you have relocated to the area or have lived
here all your life, it really is a superb area to be. It is well worth taking time to explore and
take in every thing the Norfolk/Suffolk border has to offer
It is not hard to see why people choose this part of the country to reside. With miles of
beautiful country side, coastline and water ways there really is something for all. Add into
this the benefits of park home living and you will not be disappointed.
Great Yarmouth is a traditional seaside town situated on the Norfolk coastline. In years gone
by it was once a thriving fishing port for Herring but in recent years is now more of a tourist
destination. There is a long seafront running alongside is a well-maintained promenade,
ideal for long walks. You can take in the views of the two historic piers, golden beaches or
the hustle and bustle of the Pleasure Beach. It really has something for everybody and
delicious fish and chips are a certainty! A little way out of the town, new retail spaces have
been developed which is useful for any shopping needs.
Great Yarmouth is within easy reach from our multiple locations in the region. It is also the
point at where the Norfolk Broads meets the North Sea. There are approximately 200 miles
of stunning water ways consisting of shallow lakes rivers and dykes. There are plenty of
riverside pubs to visit. Why not charter a day boat and explore the sights for yourself at
leisure? You will be able to take in the scenery and wildlife.
Residential Park home living really is suited to this type of lifestyle, living in a close
community that naturally occurs in park life means you can venture off on your boat or in
your campervan and leave your home locked up safe in the knowledge your friends and
neighbours will keep an eye on it, or water your plants.
Park life has many advantages, and combining this these with a stunning location like the
Oulton broads gives an almost perfect life for your retirement.
Head a little furth down south into the county of Suffolk and you will come across the
historic market town of Bury St Edmunds. At the centre of the town there is the part ruined
Abbey and the impressive Abbey gardens next door. It really is an attractive place to
wander for an hour and you will not be able to miss the imposing St Edmundsbury
cathedral. The town centre is only a short walk away -take time to take in the charming
centuries old architecture. There are a lot of the usual high street names and independent
shops along with a twice weekly market which sells some of the stunning locally grown
produce that this rural region has to offer. Take time to get the ingredients for the perfect
soul food to share on a lazy afternoon barbeque with family or new friends. Welcome to