Clifford Bridge Park


Dartmoor National Park

Dartmoor is often described as the last wilderness in Southern England, characterised by its distinctive granite tors and high moorland, rising to 2000 feet in places. However, not as well known - except to regular visitors - are the deep wooded river valleys providing a haven for wildlife and as picturesque as any in all England.

One such is the upper Teign Valley and Fingle Gorge, much of it under the protection of the National Trust. This is the location of your new holiday home!


Clifford Bridge

Miles of trout fishing and superb walking from your doorstep; numerous golf courses, horse riding & pony trekking and not least, a fine selection of quality eating establishments are within easy reach- and in the summer months, a heated outdoor swimming pool.

Devon and Cornwall

The historic cathedral city of Exeter is only a twenty minute drive away. If you wish to venture further, easy access to the dual carriageways of the A30 and A38 enable much of Devon and Cornwall to be easily reached within ninety minutes.


The bustling Riviera resorts of Torbay are around forty-five minutes away, as is the beautiful South Hams. Clifford Bridge Park also provides access to the Cornish resorts; these include the fine surfing beaches at Bude which can be reached in just over an hour. Similarly, the holiday resort town of Newquay is within one and a half hours driving distance.