Your questions answered on residential park home ownership at Glendevon
Can I live on this resort?
Yes, you can! Glendevon is a residential resort, therefore you can buy your dream lodge and live in it all year round!
Can you live on a holiday park?
Generally, you cannot live in a holiday park resort as they are not considered to be permanent residences. That said, you can find residential country parks such as our Glendevon country park that will allow you to live there. Essentially, there are a variety of holiday parks and resorts across the UK that can be residential, just for holidays or even both!
What is a residential park?
A residential park is a place where you have a right of permanent residence, allowing you to live there. If you’re looking for permanent lodges for sale in Scotland, our Glendevon country park is the perfect place to live, kick back and relax!
Where is Perthshire?
Perthshire is located in the heart of central Scotland. Just 49 miles away from Edinburgh, Perthshire is the perfect location if you’re looking for a residential lodge that isn’t too far away from all of the action - there certainly is a lot to explore around Glendevon!
What to do in Perthshire Scotland
Being one of the largest historic counties in Scotland, Perthshire has much to offer. With its scenic landscapes and nearby attractions, you won’t fall short of things to do! Here are just a few things you can do in Glendevon, Perthshire to get you inspired:
Explore the glens, reservoirs and stunning moors of Perthshire on foot - Perthshire truly is a beautiful area to discover, and it is ideal for long walks and avid explorers. Known as the ‘Big Tree Country’, Perthshire is the perfect place to escape to and embrace nature at its very finest.
Outdoor activities - If you like adventure, Perthshire has it all. From off-roading trails, highland safaris and adventure skills courses, you can find outdoor activities to please any adrenaline junkie!
Visit art galleries and historical places of interest - Rich in history, there’s plenty of places to visit in Perthshire. Why not visit The Black Watch Castle and Museum to learn more about the elite battalion of the British Army or discover beautiful public artwork along the River Tay Public Art trail.
Whilst you wait... just think about being in your swimmers, the sun's out and the smiles are big