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The Barton Homes Group is a family run business with 35 years’ experience of managing high quality residential parks. Our parks across the country are well run and carefully maintained havens of peace, convenience and security, providing a sense of community and comfort for like-minded retired and semi-retired clients.
All our homes are luxuriously furnished and situated in picturesque, well-maintained positions in desirable, tranquil locations, often with stunning panoramic views from your very own garden, patio, decking or veranda.
Each park has excellent transport links to important conveniences and local amenities. Bus stops can be found close to all our park entrances and our friendly staff and resident Park Managers are always on hand to ensure you have everything you need.
With residential parks in carefully chosen locations in Devon, Somerset, Lancashire, Cumbria and Yorkshire, whatever your taste and plans for retirement we have the perfect residential park home waiting for you.
Willowgrove is a beautiful holiday park in Preesall, Lancashire only a short walk to the shops and facilities of the seaside town of Knott End-on-Sea.
At Willowgrove we offer one of the widest choices of modern luxury caravans, lakeside lodges and holiday homes for sale in Lancashire.
Badger Hill is an exclusive, award-winning park at the heart of Yorkshire’s ‘Golden Triangle’. In an enviable location between an area of outstanding natural beauty and the amenities of Knaresborough – the park enjoys the best of both worlds.
West Bay enjoys a truly breath-taking location on the Somerset coast just 400 metres from Watchet town centre and harbour. The park homes on this idyllic coastal park are of an exceptionally high standard with many boasting unhindered panoramic views of the Somerset and Wales coastlines.
Bittaford Wood park has a magnificent rural setting on the edge of Dartmoor National Park. This area of Devon is one of the most stunning parts of the country. Surrounded by secluded woodland, residents of Bittaford Wood have become accustomed to seeing deer wandering in the park.