RoyaleLife makes itself at home at show - RoyaleLife

RoyaleLife makes itself at home at show

Visitors to The World of Park & Leisure Homes Show (7-9 June) will get the chance to explore some of the most luxurious bungalows on offer in the UK.

RoyaleLife, the UK’s leader in bungalow living, will be at the show and quite literally making itself at home by bringing some of its popular bungalow designs to the event. Visitors will be able to step inside a range of its homes, which all come fully furnished and finished to a luxury specification.

Among the bungalows available to explore will be:

  • Prestige
  • Omar
  • Stately
  • Tingdene

All four styles are two-bedroom and are available to purchase at a range of RoyaleLife’s luxury gated developments in some of the most sought-after locations in the UK. Current availability includes sites in Hampshire, Cornwall, Dorset, Kent and more.

Robert Bull, chief executive of RoyaleLife, said: “This is set to be one of the biggest events in the country for park and leisure homes and as the UK’s leader in luxury bungalow living, we’re looking forward to being at the centre of the action.

“It’ll give potential buyers a chance to see what life could be like living in one of our luxury homes.”

As well as the highest quality homes, RoyaleLife’s developments across the UK offer a range of exclusive facilities for residents. Amenities vary depending on location but can include gyms, swimming pools and coffee lounges. 

Robert added: “We know people will be bowled over by the homes they see at the show and we’d be more than happy to welcome them at one of our developments afterwards to see the additional facilities that make living the RoyaleLife so great.”

RoyaleLife will have an expert team of friendly staff on hand at the show, ready to talk visitors through its range of schemes that make buying a new home easy and stress-free. Among them is its Home Part Exchange Scheme, which allows people to receive 100% market value for their current home while also not having to pay stamp duty, agent or solicitors’ fees.