Living in Wolverhampton - Allens Caravans
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Looking for a change of scenery or to relax your pace of life? Join us at Pendeford Hall, our Wolverhampton residential caravan park. Boasting an appealing nature reserve, many fishing opportunities and scenic routes if you fancy a stroll, this is arguably one of the best residential caravan parks in Wolverhampton for those who have recently retired.

The park is situated on the spot which was once occupied by Pendeford Hall itself; the historic estate which carried the same name as the park. Dating from the 1600s, the Hall remained an important landmark in the area until its eventual demolition in 1968. With such a rich history, it’s clear to see why this area remains a favourite for those looking to enjoy the residential lifestyle.

Pendeford Hall is ideally situated – it is only two miles away from the closest doctor’s surgery, dental practice, supermarket, post office and train station and just one mile from the nearest shop. There is also a bus stop conveniently located on the site and it’s only a short distance from Telford and Wolverhampton. For our residents’ peace of mind, Pendeford Hall has a full-time manager available on site for all your concerns or questions and all our new homes are covered by our Gold Shield Warranty.

When you move into our Wolverhampton residential caravan park, each home plot comes with a personal parking space and a private garden to call your own. The residential homes themselves are beautifully made and equipped with all modern conveniences, including a fully-functioning kitchen, full-size bathroom, double-glazed windows and lush comfy carpets. The park itself is full of green spaces and spectacular floral displays and there are several facilities onsite to keep you busy, including a large pool and community country club.

Things to do Near Pendeford Hall

If you’re planning to relocate to this residential park or you’re interested in what the city of Wolverhampton has to offer, take a look at the list below to see what leisure activities meet your needs and desires. Alternatively, click here to view our full range of luxury holiday parks!

Wolverhampton Art Gallery

The Wolverhampton Art Gallery is complete with fun and informative interactive displays as well as artworks that played a significant role in history. The exhibitions are regularly updated and allow you to open your mind and get in touch with your creative side through the means of intricate and thought-provoking paintings, sculptures, drawings and much more. The gallery also has a gift shop where you can pick up little trinkets and novelty items as a reminder of your trip in addition to a café to enjoy a cup of coffee before you leave.

Ledene Golf Centre

The Ledene Golf Centre has been designed as a mini replica of a full-size golf course without taking away any of the fun and idyllic views. With several bunkers, plenty of greenery and 18 individual putting holes, the experience is second to none. You also have the freedom of taking your time to complete the course without feeling rushed or stressed so you can relax and enjoy the course’s gorgeous greens and plant life.

The Bratch Canalside

If you want to take the time to move away from the galleries and golf centres to enjoy a lovely walk complete with unparalleled scenery, a visit to the Bratch Canalside is a wonderful way to do so. With the finishing touches of local wildlife and an attractive selection of plant life, during your walk, you can gaze in wonder at the bridge, where the bricks whisper decades of fascinating history or count how many different wildlife species you come across.

Bantock House

Looking for the perfect place to take your visiting family? Bantock House has something for everyone. After carefully being restored to its full Edwardian glory, Bantock House is a museum set amongst some incredible formal gardens and 43 acres of gorgeous parkland. In the museum, visitors will see excellent examples of both Victorian and Edwardian architecture, including a refurbished late Victorian Billiard Room. There are numerous interactive exhibitions for young children through Bantock House and the Courtyard Café is open throughout the day for tea, coffee and refreshments.

Family Days Out

If the family are coming down to visit, why not make a day of it and head out for a memorable family trip at one of the many attractions in the area. Get a taste of history at Northycote Farm and Country Park, a stunning Tudor farmhouse with plenty of space for walks. Alternatively, Bantock House and Museum will provide the perfect day out, offering beautiful views and years of history.

Countryside Walks

For those who prefer to stay closer to home, there are plenty of opportunities to get out and about, enjoying the countryside in the area surrounding your residential park homes. There is numerous country walks around the area, with some easily accessible from the park itself – right on your doorstep! There is also a nearby nature reserve, meaning that the park is ideal for those who fancy a quiet afternoon spent having a relaxing walk, taking in the sights and spotting wildlife.

Of course, this is only a small slice of the many great activities available to our Pendeford Hall residents. There are plenty more areas and places around the park to explore, so get in touch for more information about Pendeford Hall or our residential park homes in Wolverhampton.

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