Three Brothers' Business Comes Of Age

Issue 103

Ord House Country Park, nestled in the Border town of Berwick, celebrates 21 years of hospitality under the stewardship of the Maguire family. As children, brothers Billy, (38) Gilbert (36), and Nathan (25) were raised amidst the hustle and bustle of the family business, learning the ropes, doing everything from delivering gas bottles to unblocking drains.

This unique upbringing, and the business know-how passed on by their father and grandfather, Billy Senior, and Billy, have stood them in good stead. Now, with the trio at the helm of the Country Parks business, a new chapter in the Maguire’s family history is unfolding.

Maguires Country Parks, based in Darlington, now owns eight parks, from Berwick, north Northumberland, down to Topcliffe, North Yorkshire, offering a combination of luxurious holiday homes, residential park homes and pitches for touring holidays.

Spanning 44 acres of picturesque landscape, Ord House Country Park offers a diverse range of accommodation, from touring pitches to holiday caravans and residential lodges. “Every area has its own personality,” says Gilbert Maguire. “There’s a tailored experience for everyone who comes: We have weekenders, seasonal visitors, second homers. Even those who want to move to the countryside full-time in our fully licensed residential areas”.

The Maguire brothers have kept the family feeling at Ord House Country Park, with longstanding team members embodying their commitment to excellence: “Some of them have been with us the whole 21 years”, emphasises Gilbert. “Their passion and dedication make every visit memorable for our customers and we appreciate the hard work they put into making the park home for so many people.”

Looking ahead, The Maguires Country Parks Group and Ord House Country Park show no signs of slowing down. Expansion plans are underway, with new developments and more residential opportunities on the horizon.

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