Looking for pet friendly retirement properties? Pets are welcome with us.
One of the most important questions our customers ask is whether they are able to bring their pets with them. The answer, of course, is yes – we understand that pets become members of the family and well-behaved pets are welcome at Beechcroft developments.
Most Beechcroft homes provide a terrace, balcony, private garden or a combination of these – which pet owners appreciate and our developments are located within easy reach of parks, green spaces and open countryside – so, as a dog owner you’ll have a good excuse to explore.
“I was pleased to discover Beechcroft welcomes pets – so many retirement villages don’t allow dogs and I have a six-year-old Cockapoo, named Coco. Of course, finding a home with a garden for Coco was a priority and, at Castle Gardens, I was able to buy a two-bedroom house with a private enclosed garden. Everyone seems dog friendly here; several of the neighbours have dogs and I have been for a few walks with one of them. Coco has settled down well. The first thing that came out of the removal van was her dog bed and she sat in the sunroom like a Queen Bee watching the removals.”
, Castle Gardens, Watlington
“Although Maryland Place is a delightful place to live, I wouldn’t have moved here if I couldn’t have brought Swanley with me. There aren’t many other pet owners living here at present but some of my neighbours have animals to stay for a week or two when friends and family go on holiday - and it’s nice for them to be able to do that.”
, St Albans
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