Sheltered Housing & Accommodation Bere Alston
Bere Alston is a small town in South West Devon, England. It has a long and varied history, with evidence of habitation from the Iron Age. It is largely a rural community, with a population of about 4,000 people. Its main attraction is the Bere Ferrers Railway Station, a Grade II listed building which is still in operation today. Other notable landmarks include the Parish Church of St. Andrew and the Coach and Horses Inn.
Bere Alston is a popular destination for retirees and older adults, offering a variety of senior housing options, including sheltered living and retirement villages. It also has several medical facilities and pharmacies, as well as a range of community events and activities. Additionally, the town has good public transport links to nearby towns, making it an ideal place to live for those seeking a slower pace of life.