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Leisure and Resort Developments

Leisure Resort Development

Afan Valley Resort - Wales

The Afan Forest Resort is a 485 acre leisure site located inland midway between Swansea and Cardiff in the heart of the Afan Valley. The site has dense woodland areas and spectacular elevated views of the Brecon Beacons, The Presells, Black Mountains and also the South Wales coast line.

 

Why Afan Valley ?

The site has full outline planning permission for a major leisure development, including 240 holiday log cabins (uplift to a potential 750), two 100 bed hotels (budget and luxury), 18 hole golf course, 140 houses/retirement homes (with possible uplift to 280), mountain biking opportunities, leisure complex and health spa.

 

The site is also adjacent to a European award-winning national mountain biking facility.

Afan Forest Park receives over 60,000 visitors per year!

 

A final phasing plan for the next five years has already been agreed and the first phase will comprise approximately 200 log cabins and a 100 bed budget hotel.

 

A stunning holiday destination for all the family to enjoy...

The location is internationally renowned for mountain biking and has a variety of outdoor pursuits, including walking, horse riding, kayaking, fishing and climbing to name but a few. The development is set to become a much needed feature within this fine area of leisure & tourism.

 


Leisure Resort Development

Kersewell Resort - Scotland

The Kersewell Resort is a 469 acre leisure site including a small farmhouse and outbuildings centrally located between Glasgow and Edinburgh on the edge of the Pentland Hills.

 

Why Kersewell ?

The site benefits from full planning permission for leisure/retirement development and 12 permanent housing plots, with possible potential uplift on housing to over 200 units. The leisure/retirement development planning approval includes up to 750 holiday lodges, a 200 bed hotel, golf course, leisure facilities, fishing lodges and full equestrian facilities. A Section 75 phasing plan for the next three years has now been agreed with the Council. Kersewellsits on a gentle sloping site with a southerly aspect and has natural flowing streams and river to enable an onsite lake.

 

There is a true sense of freedom about Scotland that you don't get anywhere else in the world. It really is the most spectacular country to explore and cycle around - and the Kersewell Estate is the perfect base for me and my friends. We work in the city in London but we play and breathe in Scotland. - Angela, 28, financier, cyclist, explorer, romantic.

 

What does Kersewell offer holiday makers? Our superb location could not be better. There are two major cosmopolitan European cities close by, namely Edinburgh and Glasgow - and hundreds of fascinating visitor attractions within 30 miles of the resort. A rich heritage is showcased at thousands of visitor sites and attractions, from stone circles and burial chambers to castles and battlegrounds to ruins and museums.

 

Full of geographical, historical and cultural contrasts - the perfect location for a family resort...

Without question, our resort is a superb base to explore Scotland's Clyde Valley and central belt. There is no other resort in the UK or Scotland that offers you the same value for money,  breadth of choice or sheer excitment.

 

Holidays

Imagine having total freedom to entertain, engage and educate family, friends and colleagues, no matter what their tastes. Imagine a safe, friendly, warm and inviting resort. An impeccable service and the highest environmental standards, located at the heart of Scotland's affluent central belt, one of the most atmospheric and popular tourist destinations in the world.

Golf

At the heart of the development is an 18 hole championship golf course designed by two times major winner Sandy Lyle and leading golf architect Scott Macpherson. The course will be constructed by David and Eric Sammels of Edinburgh Landscaping, the team currently preparing Gleneagles for the 2014 Ryder Cup. Sandy Lyle needs little introduction to golf fans.

Scotland

Scotland's capital, Edinburgh, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the country's largest tourist destination. The city combines the best of traditional and contemporary worlds. Attractions include Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh Zoo, the Palace of Holyroodhouse, Our Dynamic Earth, the Royal Mile and the annual Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo. The Edinburgh International Festival is one of the world's biggest annual arts and cultural gatherings.