Retirement Homes

Roseland Parc is one of Cornwall’s best kept retirement lifestyle secrets – tucked away in the pretty village of Tregony at the gateway to the spectacular Roseland Peninsula and just a short drive from the cathedral city of Truro and tourist attraction of Falmouth. 16 Nare House is a two bedroom ground floor apartment and it is just one property which is currently for sale at Roseland Parc - click here for details

Built around a stunning palm garden, the mix of cottages and apartments, some with split levels, provide independent living in an idyllic setting. If you have any questions or would like to find out more about Roseland Parc then please do not hesitate to contact us and we can arrange to meet you and to show you around. Click here to contact us

Although residents live in a range of one and two bedroom independent living retirement apartments, the focus for village life tends to be the main clubhouse with its impressive facilities exclusively for residents’ use. They include a swimming pool, fitness suite, hairdressers, library with internet access, restaurant, bar, lovely sun terrace and a minibus is available for outings. 

Pat Hodson

Meet Pat Hodson, a Roseland Parc resident "Roseland Parc offered me independence and freedom."

Pat Hodson lived in a two-bedroom cottage overlooking the sea in Fowey.  She had a large garden with open fires but when her neighbours offered to buy her property, she decided to take the opportunity and move to a less demanding and more secure environment.

“I looked at other retirement village providers in Cornwall but felt that Roseland Parc was beautifully located in Tregony and was well designed with lots of space, lovely gardens and offered easy access to the Roseland Peninsula, Truro, and St Austell.

“Although I loathed to leave the sea I realised that my old property needed too much maintenance and I wasn’t getting any younger,” said the 88-year-old, who bought a one-bedroom apartment. “Here at Roseland Parc, the staff are cheerful and friendly; they organise events and functions for residents and we are able to go to St Mawes and Truro on a regular basis.  The local bus service is also excellent.  The restaurant and leisure facilities are great and all in all it is just a lovely place to live,” she added.

Roseland Parc has a swimming pool, gym, hairdressing salon, library, restaurant, bar, landscaped gardens and putting green. Pat likes the independent living element to Roseland Parc.  She walks dogs for neighbours; enjoys reading from the library and is keen on crosswords and watching television. She grew up in Blackpool and when Marks and Spencer re-located their national headquarters there to avoid the wartime blitz in London, she followed her family members to working for the retail giant.  She eventually moved back to London with M and S after the war. Having married and divorced and with no children, Pat retired at the age of 54 and moved to Fowey to follow her love of the sea where she lived until her latest move to Roseland Parc.

“The other lovely thing about living at Roseland Parc is that I can lock up my home and go on cruises knowing that the place is being looked after by the lovely team here,” she added.