Tamar View Holiday Park has beautiful panoramic views of the rolling Cornish hills from its prominent hilltop location in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty! This holiday park enjoys stunning views of Tamar Valley, Plymouth Sound, and the surrounding countryside.
Trains run over the picturesque Tamar Viaduct to Plymouth, a historic seaport offering various shopping and restaurant options. In addition, the Tamar Trails provide opportunities for cycling and visiting National Trust heritage sites such as Cotehele, Morwellham Quay, Lydford Gorge, and the mines at the centre of Poldark's country.
You are within easy reach of the quaint market town of Tavistock, which is an excellent location for visiting Dartmoor National Park. In addition to its award-winning golf course (designed by Jack Nicklaus), the local area offers superior leisure facilities accessible to everyone. You are also only a 30-minute drive from the coast, so you can take full advantage of the delightful sights and sounds that the coast and countryside offer in both Devon and Cornwall.
Within walking distance of St Ann's lies The Rifle Volunteer, which offers real ales and good food and spectacular views!
There are many paths and trails and through the Tamar Valley, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), that lead to the region's many natural wonders and historic tin mines and welcoming pubs and boutique shops in the rural villages.
In Devon's unique and stunning area lies the Tamar Trails Centre, which serves as the hub for a network of trails and outdoor activities. In addition to being a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the mining landscape also forms part of the Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape World Heritage Site. In addition to a cafe, heritage centre, and facilities, the venue offers outdoor activities suitable for family and group trips in Devon and Cornwall.
Located on the River Tamar, Calstock has an impressive viaduct that crosses the valley. It is a perfect place to begin a walking tour of the valley, taking in the breathtaking views and tranquil scenery. Next, you can take a boat trip on the Tamar River from Costahele, where there are beautiful walks and gardens.
The Morwellham Quay living museum is another exciting place to explore. It is a restored port that used to ship copper ore down the river in the past.
With a wide range of holiday homes for you to choose from, you will be able to rest well and enjoy watching the landscape transform through the seasons. From caravans and lodges to the quaint Tamar Cottage, the holiday park offers a variety of pet-friendly accommodations for people with pets and families alike.
Tamar View Holiday Park
St. Anns Chapel