Notter Bridge Holiday Park is set in 11 acres of peace and tranquillity, with direct access to the River Lynher and our private fishing lakes (licensed Salmon and Sea Trout). This beautiful riverside/woodland location is in a sheltered valley surrounded by a variety of natural wildlife. A private slipway for canoes and dinghy’s gives access to miles of waterways. It is a haven for all species of birds including Buzzards, Kingfishers, and Herons, and there is even the occasional visiting otter to be spotted around the park’s beautiful and private woodland walkways. Notter Bridge Holiday Park are proud to have a David Bellamy Gold Conservation Award.
Notter Bridge Park is centrally based to explore all that Cornwall and Devon have to offer. Looe, Cawsand and the beaches of Whitsand Bay are just a short drive away. The stunning Tamar Valley is picturesque and offers a variety of activities such as canoeing on the River Lynher. Local trains ride over the spectacular Tamar Viaduct to Plymouth, a historic seaport offering extensive shopping outlets and eateries. There are also cycling routes along the Tamar Trails and opportunities to visit National Trust heritage sites, such as Morwellham Quay, Cotehele, Lydford Gorge, and the mines at the heart of Poldark country.
The quaint market town of Tavistock (birthplace of Sir Francis Drake) is nearby and easily accessible for visiting Dartmoor National Park. The local area also boasts an award-winning golf course, St Mellion (a Jack Nicklaus-designed course) just a short drive away, along with its superior leisure facilities, open to all.
Adjacent to the park you will find The Notter Bridge Inn serving real ale and good food.
Notter Bridge Holiday Park