Notter Bridge Holiday Park is a stunning holiday park on the River Lynher surrounded by woodland and a river setting. This park features private fishing lakes and an environment that boasts a variety of wildlife.
The waterfront is accessible via a private slipway that accommodates canoes and dinghies. Buzzards, Kingfishers, and Herons are among the various species of birds found in the park, and you might even see an otter wandering around the park's beautiful and private woodland walkways. The holiday park is a recipient of the prestigious David Bellamy Gold Conservation Award.
Notter Bridge Local attractions
There are many attractions to explore in both Cornwall and Devon, and Notter Bridge Park is ideal for exploring all there is to see there. 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.
St Mellion, an award-winning golf course near the area, offers excellent leisure facilities and is only a short drive away.
An inn next to the park called The Notter Bridge Inn serves up good food and real ales.
There are excellent clean sand beaches at Rame Head, Freathy and Tregantle that are well worth visiting. You can also explore further along the coastline on foot on the South West Coastal Path, which provides directions and maps on public footpaths along this breathtaking coastal stretch. Those interested in exploring the popular seaside destinations of Looe, Polperro, or the picturesque Fowey will find them easily accessible within just a short distance.
Experience the West Country market town of Tavistock, filled with delicious local produce and boutiques! In addition to being the birthplace of Sir Francis Drake, Tavistock is also known for its annual Goosey Fair. The remodelled Wharf is now a bustling entertainment area with live concerts, a theatre, a cinema, an art gallery, and a piano bar. Despite its small size, the town retains an old-fashioned market atmosphere with a covered market and farmers' markets where visitors come from miles away to sample local foods.
A holiday home in Notter Bridge Park allows you to explore Dartmoor National Park and escape the stresses of modern life. Take some time of the day to sip real Dartmoor ale, and savour freshly baked farmhouse bread and farm-fresh cheese while watching free-ranging Dartmoor ponies. Explore the long ruins of stone huts and tombs built during the Bronze Age, and take a walk along the border of hill forts and castles.
Take a well-deserved break in the pretty village of Widdecombe-in-the-Moor, which is known for its annual Widdecombe Fair. Chowell Farm offers horse riding facilities for both novices and experienced riders. All rides are escorted.
You can own a holiday home at Notter Bridge Park with a range of standard and luxury caravans that suit various budgets.
Notter Bridge Holiday Park