Park homes on an award winning park near Berrynarbor in the beautiful countryside of North Devon.     

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Park Home Living… A better way of life.

Park Home living offers the best of both worlds, a beautiful country environment, with the advantages of easy modern day living. A high standard of living with low running and maintenance costs, make Park Home living very attractive to retired and semi-retired people, allowing more time to enjoy hobbies and holidays, in fact life in general.

Berrynarbor Park is a peaceful tranquil residential park for the over 50's, and offers an attractive and affordable opportunity of living in one of the most desirable residential locations in North Devon. Located at the head of the wooded Sterridge Valley, terraced into the hillside and landscaped with established trees and shrubs, it is set against a background of magnificent Devon scenery in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The Park occupies 9 acres, and has a further 18 acres of hillside pastures, ideal for walking or excising the dog, and from where you can look across the Bristol Channel to south Wales.

Park homes in summer Park homes in spring


The village of Berrynarbor has won various awards including Best Kept Village, it is a 10 minute walk from the Park, and has a shop, Post Office, Ye Olde Globe village pub, church and bus service. Ilfracombe and Combe Martin are within 4 miles, and the regional centre of Barnstaple is 10 miles away.

Release Capital

If you are a property owner at the moment, moving to a Park Home could release capital otherwise tied up in conventional bricks and mortar. By selling your current property and investing part of the proceeds in a Park Home, the rest will be available either for a nest egg for the future, or to allow you some of those luxuries which would otherwise be out of reach, such as nice holidays or perhaps a new car…

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Security and Peace of Mind

All homes at Berrynarbor Park are sited under the 1983 Mobile Homes Act, which offers security of tenure and a right to resell. We are members of the two trade organisations:- British Holiday & Home Parks Association (BH&HPA), and the National Park Home Council (NPHC) which is a division of the National Caravan Council (NCC).


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History of the Park

Berrynarbor Trailer and camping park was originally developed in the early 1950’s by Mr and Mrs Smith, who created the entrance lane, terraced the park into the hillside, laid the original roads and established a touring caravan and camping park. Over the following years static caravans were introduced.

The original park

In 1980 the park was purchased by the Kemp family. Brothers Ian (Mole) and Simon, together with their wives Kate and Sue continued the development increasing the number of static caravans, as well landscaping and maintaining the park to a very high standard. In the early 1990’s planning consent was given to replace static caravans with permanent resident park homes (formerly known as mobile homes). After a slow start during the recession of the early 90’s, the redevelopment started taking shape through the mid 90’s.

The original caravan park The old caravan park

In the late 90’s the Kemp’s decided to take early retirement, in 1998 the park was purchased by the current owners, Paul and Teresa Crockett. Paul and Teresa actively promoted the Park Home development, and through the 2000’s the transformation of the park from a holiday to a residential park gained pace, and by the time the recession hit in 2008, only a couple of residential pitches remained unsold. During this same period additional landscaping was undertaken, including the building of a wildlife pond at the park entrance and the planting of a large number of shrubs. This and other works have formed an active part in the parks involvement in the David Bellamy Conservation Scheme, which Paul and Teresa enrolled in 2000.

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