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Pinehurst a Prestige Residential Park Home Development
Pinehurst Road, Westmoors, Ferndown, Dorset BH22 2BW
It’s a beautiful park and has won a string of awards to prove it, notably for its manicured grounds. It’s in a beautiful place; West Moors, in East Dorset, just outside Ferndown, 10 miles from Bournemouth and surrounded by heathland and woodland.
The park is quite close to the Holt Heath National Nature Reserve, which has miles of easy walking trails. It’s a great place to see the iconic New Forest ponies, for heather and gorse and a variety of butterflies. Birdwatchers will enjoy looking out for curlews and Dartford warblers, in particular.
With the Dorset coast just five miles away, Pinehurst Park is one of those special places that gives you the best of both country and coast within easy distance.
Exploring South Dorset
South Dorset has so much to offer as a place to retire, relax and explore.
Spoilt for choice!
If you’re looking for a slightly slower pace fantastic beaches and miles of unspoiled countryside with the added wealth of historic castles, fantastic houses and gardens to explore then this will suit you.
Time to relax and refuel
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 eateries all over the area.
West Moors is well-served with facilities
You have the benefit of a selection of shops within walking distance or you can travel a little further to Bournemouth which has a fantastic range of shopping areas on offer – whatever your tastes! Some big high street names.
Fryer Field & Pavilion
Managed by the Parish Council, these are available for use by all. The Pavilion is used for regular meetings of the Council, and also has facilities that can be hired for functions and classes.
This is the ‘village hall’ and is located close to the church and school on Station Road. It has a large car park and a wide range of facilities available for all classes & size of functions. See their web site for more details and availability.
West Moors Library
Although there is a large lending & reference library in nearby Ferndown, West Moors are fortunate to have our own library centrally located here in the village: on the corner of Moorlands & Station roads it offers the usual book lending facility.
Special qualities of Moors Valley
Pinehurst Park is only a 15-minute drive to the famous Moors Valley.
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 is 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 can be seen on the woodland floor.