Pinehurst Park Homes

is a prestigious park home development at
Merino Way, West Moors, Ferndown, Dorset BH22 0BW

Pine Forest in Dorset

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Pinehurst Park Homes are owned and run by the Simmons family, who have been in the park home industry since 1959. They take pride in ensuring that their parks are maintained to a high standard as well as being safe and secure.

Henry Simmons has a great track record for looking after his customers, he also maintains strong relationships with the manufacturers to ensure that whatever your dream, Residential Park Homes can make it happen!

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Why retirement at Pinehurst Park Homes?

Pinehurst Park Homes is an established park home site with many varied styles of homes. A new development has been recently constructed at the Park with a selection of sizes and styles of Omar homes. Each home is sympathetically sited and fully landscaped to give you the individuality you are looking for, fully furnished to an exceptionally high standard complimenting the internal design of the home, and with its own drive, metal shed and a small garden area, providing you with a low maintenance outside space that you can just enjoy.

All homes have full security of tenure 12 months of the year.

Exclusively for the over 45’s. Quiet surroundings with like-minded neighbours. Don’t worry, children/grandchildren can come to visit!

This pet friendly site welcomes a maximum of two dogs per home.

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In a beautiful part of East Dorset, Pinehurst Park is close to the A31 with good road links to Southampton/London, approximately 15 miles from Bournemouth, 10 miles from Poole and 4 miles from Ferndown. There is also a bus service from West Moors village, and one closer to the Park, to Poole, Bournemouth and Ringwood. National Express travel to many parts of the country from Ringwood.

West Moors

West Moors is a village with a range of shops, mainly independent businesses, two pubs and a doctors’ surgery. There is also a small parade of useful shops nearby, which includes a bakery and café. Fryer’s Field Pavilion and the Memorial Hall are available for a range of classes and functions and there is a library situated within the village. Nearby Ferndown gives more choice of shops as well as a community centre offering a range of activities.


Only a 15 minute drive from Pinehurst Park, Moors Valley has a mixture of habitats including coniferous forest, deciduous woodland, lakes, ponds, rivers, meadow and heathland which, in turn, support a huge variety of wildlife. Throughout the summer months you will be able to see wildflowers along the path edges including Comfrey, Ragged Robin, Bluebells and Purple Loosestrife. They in turn help attract many butterflies, moths and other insects. Later in the year it’s the trees that hold the attention; the dog woods and maples especially give an excellent display of autumn colours and a great number of toadstools and other fungi that can be seen on the woodland floor.

Moors Valley run a number of various activities for children (and grandchildren) including a high rope walk and play areas, as well as hiring bikes for people of all ages to ride through this beautiful park with so much to see and do.


The Park is only a few miles from Holt Heath Nature Reserve which has miles of good walking trails, and the New Forest, which is within an easy driving distance, where the New Forest ponies can be seen as well as Dartford Warblers and Curlews and a variety of butterflies.


Bournemouth, with its extensive gardens and shops, and Sandbanks’ beaches are approximately a half hour drive away, as is Poole, recently rated to have the largest natural harbour in the world, where you can find a wide range of shops as well as enjoying a drink on the Quay in one of the quaint old pubs or a coffee in one of the cafes, whilst watching the comings and goings of the various boats and admiring the Sunseeker yachts being built.


If it’s history you’re interested in, there are many beautiful homes and gardens to visit as well as places such a Corfe Castle and Maiden Castle.
Dorset has a wealth of interesting towns and villages and “things to do” that will keep you (and perhaps your grandchildren!) happy for many hours.


After a day of fun and fresh air exploring, you’ll be pleased to know that there are many places to relax and refuel. Fresh fish and locally sourced produce appear in many eateries all over the area.

With its proximity to good road links, countryside and the coast Pinehurst Park Homes is one of those special places whose location gives the best of everything.

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Part exchange your home? >

Our Part Exchange scheme could help you move to a new park home in Dorset, without you first having to sell your old home*

Avoid all the stress of trying to sell your home on the market, managing and paying for estate agents, and worrying about house buying chains. It’s straightforward to make your Dorset park home move as easy as possible.

*Part Exchange is available subject to status.

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08000 30 20 10

Head Office

01202 891 400

Local Office

Call Karen on
07957 398 403

Sales & Viewings

Merino Way,

West Moors,



BH22 0BW