Beechwood Park hosts February Open Weekend, giving customers a range of ways to move in - creating homes for a great later life!
Brio Retirement Living will open the doors to its Beechwood Park in Stow-on-the-Wold, on Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th February – welcoming guests to look around one of the area’s most vibrant later living communities.
The two-day event will give visitors a chance to look around the one, two and three-bedroom apartments which are available to buy, rent, or part buy, part rent. All two and three-bedroom bungalows at Beechwood Park are now sold – with the development welcoming the new owners.
All of the homes here come with their own outdoor space as well as access to landscaped gardens; there is also an extensive range of facilities including a contemporary wellness suite, hobby room, roof terrace, landscaped gardens, fitness suite and outdoor exercise trail, plus the popular Slate & Grain brasserie, bar and coffee lounge.
Guests are encouraged to bring friends and family to join them during their visit to share in the experience and can simply book their chosen slot online here or via phone on 01451 885494. All visitors will be welcomed by the friendly, professional team at Beechwood Park and treated to refreshments as they experience and hear all about the homes and array of facilities on offer.
In addition to viewing the homes, visitors are encouraged to test drive the facilities, meet homeowners living at Beechwood Park and will be invited to ask any questions on any subject from understanding the wellbeing and care options on offer to the buying or rental options available.
Sales and Marketing Manager at Brio Retirement Living, Jess Nicoll, explains: “Beechwood Park is a fabulous place to enjoy modern retirement as it should be, and what better place to do that than the picturesque Cotswold village of Stow-on-the-Wold. We want to open our doors not just to showcase what’s on offer, but to also give people considering a move into a new home for their retirement a chance to look around during a weekend when they can be joined by friends or family.
“We have listened to customers and are making homes here accessible and affordable with a range of options including rent and purchase, as well as a ‘try before you buy’ option – a great way to ensure homeowners are happy from the very start of their retirement journey.”
Homeowners will also benefit from Brio colleagues on site 24/7, a team who can help with everything; from pet care, providing meals, to the collection of prescriptions, to attending medical appointments or a friendly face saying hello each day. Beechwood Park also works alongside a trusted care provider that offers a discreet and tailored personal care package if required.
Jess concludes: “The well-thought-out provision of amenities that provide those living at Beechwood Park with a safe and secure environment in which they can live life to the full, is really important to us and our homeowners. This is an inclusive community which provides so much to ensure a happy and fulfilled retirement and all based in beautiful surroundings. We can’t wait to share everything that’s on offer here.”
Visitors can also enjoy the great location of Beechwood Park which is just a short walk from the market town of Stow-on-the-Wold and its galleries and museums, gourmet restaurants, bakeries and tearooms.
Brio Retirement Living is offering visitors dedicated time slots from 10am – 12 noon, 12 noon – 2pm or 2pm – 4pm, leaving plenty of time to explore what the beautiful area of Stow-on-the-Wold has to offer too. The open weekend is to be hosted on Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th February 2023.
Brio Beechwood Park is our beautiful community of one, two and three bedroom apartments, and two and three bedroom bungalows in the pretty market town of Stow.
Located just a few minutes’ walk from the town, Beechwood Park features 106 homes, with a range of exciting facilities, including a wellness suite, our exclusive Slate & Grain brasserie, bar and coffee lounge, a community hub, roof terrace and much more.Discover Beechwood Park