About the Park
Pavenham Park in Bedfordshire is located at the edge of the delightful village of Pavenham. It is ideally situated for those wishing to enjoy the calm and tranquility of the countryside yet still retain an easy access to the essential day to day amenities. The park is surrounded by open countryside and residents can watch the abundant wildlife as well as enjoy leisurely walks by the River Great Ouse which runs along the bottom of the park. Designed exclusively for park home living for the semi retired and retired. Over the years Pavenham Park has undergone a redevelopment programme to make it one of the most sought after park home developments in Bedfordshire. A selection of plots within the existing development are now available for reservation.(45+)
The small village of Pavenham which is home to a first class golf course, is located just ten minutes drive north of Bedford, nestling in the Ouse Valley. There is a bus stop directly outside the park entrance to provide easy access into Bedford itself where there are a host of excellent transport, shopping and entertainment facilities. There is plenty to explore further afield with many walks, museums and other cultural activities including the attractions of Woburn Abbey and Odell Castle.
From Bedford proceed North on the A6 towards Rushden and Kettering passing through Clapham. After leaving Clapham take the turning left sign posted for Oakley and Pavenham. At the crossroads in Oakley, turn right towards Pavenham approximately one mile sharp left hand bend, the park entrance a quarter of a mile along on the right hand side just next to the bus stop.