|Minimum Stay||1 - 7 nights|
Bedroom one has a double bed and bedroom two has a set of bunks and a single.
All bed linen is provided and the beds will be made up for your arrival. Bathroom with power shower and wash basin and separate toilet.Large fully equipped kitchen with full size electric cooker, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, microwave.There is also a washing machine and separate tumble dryer just off the kitchen. Huge open plan Lounge/dining area with log burning stove, TV with Digibox, . Large doors out on to south facing patio.
There is a washing machine and tumble dryer .
The dining table seats 6 comfortably. Logs and coal can be purchased from the owners of the Park.Bed linen is provided but not towels and the beds will be made up for your arrival. The property and linen are cleaned at the end of a booking. A cot and High chair are also availble
Your bungalow is located on a private park in the beautiful Tamar valley The wooded surroundings provide a setting of such peace and quiet that it is difficult to imagine you are just minutes from the A38 which gives you easy access to the whole of Cornwall and Devon. The bungalow has recently been refurbished and consists of two bedrooms-one with a double bed and the second with a single bed and set of bunks. All bed linen is supplied and the beds will be made up for your arrival. The huge open plan living area consists of a fully equipped kitchen with hob, microwave, dishwasher and oven as well as loads of work surface and storage. There is a fully equipped laundry with washing machine and tumble dryer.. The kitchen then runs into the dining area with table and seating for 5 persons. The living room area has two sofas with again seating for
5, TV with freeview box and log burning stove to make for cosy living on those cooler evenings . Outside you have your own south facing patio with picnic table and plenty of room to soak up that Cornish sunshine or just to watch and listen to the local wildlife. The is an allocated parking space just at the side of the bungalow with additional parking at the entrance to the Park
Richard and I (Rebekah) now live in France. Prior this we lived in Cornwall and had owned a Holiday Park with 14 bungalows, before we decided to have a complete change and move for the sun, food, wine and slow pace of life. We have not been disappointed. We love living in France and love the challenge of speaking french. We wanted a village location so that we had neighbours and at the very least, a bakers. We chose the house because of its location, grandeur and because it has a lovely relaxing feel -just what you need for your holiday.
We are very lucky to still have our ties in Cornwall and have kept two of the bungalows at Notter Bridge. Having lived there for 10 years we know the park and the area very well and know that it is a great location to access all of Cornwall and Devon.
Rebekah Cooke purchased this cottage in 1998
Originally we bought the whole park as it is an ideal location to access Cornwall and Devon and the huge variety of different attractions that both have to offer. The park itself is tucked away in a very peacefull valley giving it that 'get away from it all' feeling but is actually very easily accessed from the A38 and equally is great for getting to places. Plymouth is 10 miles away with all the facilities you would expect from a modern city whilst retaining it historical background. You can access the rugged coastline of North Cornwall and easily get to key places like the Eden project, Bodmin Moor, and Lands End.
Not only do you get the total peace and quiet on the Park but you can enjoy all the other facilities that are provided on site. These include the heated swimming pool (during the summer months), tennis, football, badminton, and play area for the younger members of the family.
The bungalows have a fully equipped Kitchen and you have your own laundry facilities within the bungalows.
From spring 2014 WiFi will be available free of charge in your bungalow
Not only this but you have the chance to enjoy the countryside at its best with the park having been awarded an award for conservation for at least the past 5 years.
We had a brilliant week, the cottage is a great base for exploring both Cornwall and Devon. We were only in the cottage of an evening and found it to be nice and peaceful. The facilities on site were good, the swimming pool and children's play area were a stones throw away and were great for our little one. We were often the only ones using the pool and play area but it was quite quiet when we came as it was before the the summer holidays. The cottage itself had all we needed and was a comfy place to crash after a hectic day of exploring & building sandcastles on beeches!
Would definitely book again!
Anna, Kirt & Elodie
We had a lovely week at Notters Bridge, lovely quiet holiday park with good facilities and location. Bungalow spacious and tidy, really good value for money, comfortable bed and modern kitchen and bathroom. Would recommend for a family or couple, open air swimming pool, tennis court and play area offer something for everyone.
it was a very pleasant and quiet site ,which is what we wanted.Although the site owners could do with a course in customer service,the man spoke but it was as if he could not be bothered,his wife however totally ignored us on several occasions,I am surprised that they still have a business!!!!!!!!!!!!
We spent a week at this tranquil park there are only 23 bungalows so you can imagine the silence if fact the only noise we were woken up to was the birds, we had a lovely time here, its a bit off the beaten track so a car is a must, we saw lots of wild life, rabbits, squirrels,loads of different birds in fact one evening we saw a couple of pheasants walking round the park, if in the area again we will come back
we rented this chalet as an overflow for our family to stay over Christmas period we chose this location as it was close to our home it was quick and easy to book the chalet was spacious and well equipped good value for money
It certainly a great place for families to stay and enjoy this part of Cornwall close to A38
We had some issues that were quickly sorted by Rebekah
highly recommend staying here
We travelled from Northern Ireland by ferry and car to Notterbridge, Saltash ,Cornwall. Your first impression on arriving is a very Scenic,peaceful and relaxing place and it turned out to be as we thought.The detached bungalow we stayed in was of a very high standard with all the white goods that you would require for a self catering holiday. You have access to the park though a electronic safety barrier and you are issued with a pass key when you arrive to book in.My wife and I had a great time and would highly recommend a stay there for a couple or a family.The park is situated approximately 3 miles to the south of the Devon Border and ideally suitable to explore the south of Devon and all of Cornwall. We will be back to explore more of Cornwall,Mr & Mrs W.Kennedy June 2013
There are numerous beautiful Cornish beaches only 10-15 minutes drive from the park including Downderry and Whitsand Bay. Or you can easily get to the north coast and visit the dramatic coast line of Cornwall and Devon including Padstow and the surfing capital, Newquay.
A car is essential to maximise your enjoyment of your holidays. Supermarkets are at about 1 mile.
Nearest town is Saltash 3 miles. Nearest supermarket is Waitrose, 1 mile. Other Supermarkets are easily accessible within 10 miles. Plymouth is 7 miles.
The eden project is less than 30 minutes drive.
There are many local pubs and restaurants proving good food for all budgets the closest being the Notter Bridge Inn just 5 minutes walk down the lane. Because of the location of the park it is easy to get on either the A38 or A30 to visit the many sites places of interest that Cornwall has to offer. These include The Eden project, Minack Theatre, Lands end, Lost gardens of Heligan, Lanhydrock House, Pendennis Castle, Tintagel, Padstow, all the picturesque fishing villages of Cornwall such as Mousehole, St Ives and the Tate Gallery just to mention a few. There is also the whole of Devon to discover with the rich maritime history of Plymouth to discover. The whole area is steeped in history with places ranging from the wilds of the Moors to the very cosmopolitan location of Plymouth and Exeter.