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Saltmarshe Castle Park

Bromyard, Herefordshire

Saltmarshe Castle Park

Bromyard, Herefordshire
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designated_parking Designated parking
warden_on_site Warden on site
visitor_parking Visitor parking
retirement_park Retirement park
Bar Bar
play_area Play area
dogs_allowed Dogs allowed
Club House Club House
Residential (owned) Residential (owned) (30)
restaurant Restaurant
Cats Allowed Cats Allowed
electric_heating Electric heating
fishing Fishing
Driveway parking
shop Shop
Part Exchange offered

Hairdresser on site

Leisure centre
Bus stop
Doctor's surgery

Located in peaceful and breath-taking woodland setting, this stunning and brand new residential development at Saltmarshe Castle Park offers you the ultimate in peace and tranquillity for you to enjoy the best of your retirement!

Created in the grounds of Saltmarshe Castle – a former country house and estate – the park definitely is a unique retreat and a true gem in the heart of Herefordshire, approximately 2.5miles north of the town of Bromyard and with south facing views over the Bromyard Downs and Malvern Hills.

Saltmarshe Castle Park also features many thriving on-site amenities including a hairdresser/salon, cafe and community clubhouse. All maintained and managed by park residents for park residents. 

If you would like to know more about this lovely park, why not visit our website by clicking on the link at the top of the page. Alternatively, if you would like us to send you a brochure, please use the brochure request facility.

We hope it won't be too long before we are welcoming you to Saltmarshe Castle Park!

Wyldecrest Parks
David (Sales)
Stourport Road
Licensing Authority
Herefordshire Council
Council Tax Band
Minimum Age
These details were last updated on 17th January 2022

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We caught up with the lovely Mr. Martin & Mrs. Josephine who moved into their lovely park home bungalow last month in the beautiful Saltmarshe Castle Park. They started looking at a park home in the middle of last year & came to look at Saltmarshe Castle Park. They liked what they saw & bought the 40 x 20 square feet Hazlewood Park home. Let’s hear it from Ms. Josephine about her move to a park home We have settled into the park very well. It’s almost 3 weeks since we moved here but we have felt very welcomed & look after since we have been here Q. What made you move to a park home? Two reasons actually. We wanted to downsize to a more manageable – bungalow style home. We also wanted to be in the Herefordshire area as our daughter lives nearby. Q. How did you search for a residential park? We searched online & whichever way we tried – the biggest name which kept jumping at us was Saltmarshe Castle. We looked at it online & it looked very interesting. We knew someone who lived in the park & they couldn’t recommend it enough. We then decided to visit the park. Q. What did you like about the park? Well, we liked everything about the park. The scenery, the countryside was beautiful. We also loved the fresh country air & the views from the park & our home are breath-taking. We saw what we liked & decided what we really wanted was a lovely bungalow. Stairs are a waste of space & we definitely wanted to downsize. We did see some other parks around the area but none compared to Saltmarshe really. We also looked at some regular bricks n mortar bungalows & apartments but they were expensive & the finances just didn’t make any sense. We loved the option of having a brand new home in a stunning residential development. Q. How did you decide the home? We loved the show home which was a Willerby Hazlewood park home bungalow. We fell in love with the home so we bought it as it is. We did alter the color scheme a little bit to our taste & to make it our own! I used to live in Suffolk & worked in a doctor’s surgery for 29 years! It was a tough job but very rewarding. I have retired now & I feel happy & relaxed in my new home & have made a circle of friends who will be friends for life now.
- Mr. Martin & Mrs. Josephine 15 January 2020
e had come across Wyldecrest on the internet. We basically booked a cottage central to 5 other parks to visit all of them to get a feel for the areas and to see which we liked. When we visited Saltmarshe Castle Park we were blown away. This park was 200% the best out of all we have ever seen” Mr & Mrs. H who have recently moved into our Tower Court development on Saltmarshe Castle Park (They don’t want to mention their complete names due to some personal issues) Where were you living before moving into the park home? We were living in Lincolnshire, in a bungalow. Our Bungalow had 3 bedrooms and was quite a decent size. We have 3 children who are all grown up now & have moved out. We didn’t have any pets. How did you hear about Wyldecrest Parks? We had come across Wyldecrest on the internet. We basically booked a cottage central to 5 other parks to visit all of them to get a feel for the areas and to see which we liked. When we visited Saltmarshe Castle Park we were blown away. This park was 200% the best out of all we have ever seen. What made you pick Saltmarshe Castle Park? We absolutely fell in love with the location, environment of the park. How beautiful and quiet the park is and how you have everything you need. We also fell in love with Bromyard. First impression was that it’s a funny little old fashioned place. Couldn’t believe that it had a theatre, shops basically everything you need only minutes away without it being too much. Sapey Golf Club has different evenings on and Sunday lunch, we are booking in for the Motown evening which we are very excited for. What were the top reasons for moving into a park home? We wanted to downsize as it was just us two and a large garden and house was just getting too much for us to maintain. The reason we decided on a park home was due to us going on holiday in one and I fell in love with how easy and immaculate they are, so I rang the owner and asked if it was for sale (it wasn’t) so from then we decided we wanted to move into a park home. We also loved the fact that they are fully-furnished and ready to move in. What were the most important factors which needed to be right when you chose the park & the home? Safe environment, Quiet, with friendly people on park! Saltmarshe ticked all these boxes as we have experienced extremely friendly and helpful staff, the maintenance team are very helpful and polite. And everyone who lives/stays on park is so friendly; we go for a walk every night and end up chatting away with someone. How was the transition period/process for you? How long did the whole moving process take? Very easy really, the Sales Manager David Masters was very informative. Our house was put on the market and luckily sold the next day, so we sold in January and moved into our park home in May. Every question I had was answered straight away and the process was just very smooth. What is the best part of living in the park? There is a lot to do in the park and we actually don’t have to leave to start enjoying it. There are tea rooms, restaurant here and lots of activities are held every day. And we are also big lovers of National Trust and English Heritage so we are so pleased that we have those to explore locally. Along with the Sapey Golf and Country Club for the entertainment evenings and the Sunday Roasts we love as its minutes away. Saltmarshe also offer a bus service to take us into Bromyard and that then can take you to Hereford which is absolutely fantastic. Any not so good parts of living in the park? Well nothing really, apart from wanting the balcony area done before we moved in so we could use straight away however as this wasn’t completed and we moved in. However since then I have realised I needed to change to plan of the balcony anyway as the original balcony decking area I wanted would have restricted our beautiful views so I have now opted for glass to keep our beautiful view so for this I am grateful it wasn’t done before we moved in J Was a sense of community living important when you chose the park lifestyle? Yes very much so! We love having people around us that are younger as it makes us happy. We love seeing the children, the families as it creates a lovely atmosphere. Everyone just seems to be so friendly. What made you choose this home? My biggest wish for our park home was open plan living, and windows down to the floor as the views are too beautiful to miss and I love the fresh countryside air. This home ticked all those boxes with the move in and nothing to do. This meant we had less work to do and more time to spend together and enjoy each other.
- Mr & Mrs H 29 May 2019

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