Ideally situated for holidays in Cornwall, as well as being great for exploring Devon thanks to its location on the border of the two counties, Notter Bridge Park boasts a scenic woodland setting alongside the gorgeous River Lynher.
Perfect for owning your own holiday home for endless holidays in Cornwall, or renting one for a short break here, Notter Bridge nestles in a sheltered valley surrounded by forested areas. On-site fishing lakes as well as the river itself make an ideal way to pass the time for keen anglers, who can expect salmon and sea trout on the end of their lines.
It's perfect for a boating break, too, with a private slipway on the river for taking a boat, canoe or kayak out for easy access to miles of navigable waterways. Wildlife lovers looking to get close to nature during their holidays in Cornwall will also find the park thriving with life, with kingfishers, herons, otters, and buzzards all having been spotted nearby.
Notter Bridge Park is set on level ground and has been carefully laid out with hard access roads and landscaping to maximise the natural setting. Plenty of its accommodation enjoys outdoor decking and faces the river for scenic holidays in Cornwall.
Notter Bridge has an 11-month season (1st March until 31st January) and dogs are welcome. Wi-fi access is provided.
The park has a gated entrance, reception, information centre, and laundry facilities. The Notter Bridge Inn is situated opposite the park entrance café, and there is a convenience store, supermarket and garage close by.
Everything you need for relaxing holidays in Cornwall is available on-site including:
- Sky Freesat
- WiFi Internet
- BBQ areas
- Salmon and trout fishing
There's plenty to do nearby during your holidays in Cornwall, with many attractions in Devon also within close reach:
- Plymouth: the large open space of the Hoe, the waterside neighbourhood of the Barbican, and naval ships and installations
- The Eden Project with its two amazing biomes full of plant life (approx. 40 mins away)
- Tamar Valley and Dartmoor National Park
- National Trust properties of Cotehele, Lanhydrock, Edgcumbe, and Antony
Based on 2 review(s)
south west 12 Jun 2008
I spent months looking for the ideal park to locate a dream home holiday retreat and by chance came accross notter bridge ( maybe fate) been there six months now and truly believe in miricales. PEACE, QUITE and TRANQUILITY what more could i ask for.
somerset 07 Jun 2008
A place for peace and quiet, needed to get away from it all and relax and found it here.
Not far from the town but once we had our supplies we didn't want to leave anyway.
Ideally placed for trips to Looe and other days out, may even take up golf !