Tamar View Holiday Park
About Tamar View Holiday Park
Tamar View Holiday Park is a tranquil, scenic destination located in Cornwall, close to the border with Devon, in the tranquil hamlet of St Ann’s Chapel. An ideal place for a rural escape, this resort boasts spectacular views across the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and is within easy reach of the rugged charms of Dartmoor National Park. You'll also find yourself conveniently located to take a day trip to explore Cornwall and Devon's south coasts.
We offer an exclusive property for peaceful breaks in this superb location. Enjoy a stay in a comfortable modern 2-bedroom caravan, sleeping up to 4 guests, with plenty of room to unwind and stunning views from the decking area outside. Whether you're looking to see the sights, get active hiking or cycling, or just sit back and relax in unspoilt surroundings, Tamar View makes for an ideal destination.
Things to Try
Tamar Valley AONB
This holiday park overlooks the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, so you won’t want to miss out on a chance to explore the gorgeous scenery which surrounds the River Tamar, dotted with fascinating towns and villages as well as historic buildings and mining sites.
Dartmoor National Park
Just a 20-minute drive from Tamar View is Dartmoor National Park, with its landscape of wide open moorlands, plunging river valleys, and incredible tors. Visit its amazing heritage locations and witness wildlife including rare bird species, as well as herds of Dartmoor ponies.
The National Trust property of Cotehele is a Tudor house with its own quay on the River Tamar. Take a peaceful walk around the beautiful grounds and gardens or head to the house itself, which is open to the public and hosts collections of original furniture, armour, and tapestries.
Immerse yourself in history with a trip to Morwellham Quay, a former copper ore port on the River Tamar which is now a living museum with live demonstrations and characters. Jump back in time to the 1860s and visit a Victorian farm, an underground mine, and a nature reserve.
Create Incredible Memories
For Food and Drink
Nearby Tavistock has plenty of tempting eating options, including traditional British breakfasts and lunches at Bob's East End Café, contemporary dining at Taylors, and quality pub food at the Cornish Arms. Of course, plenty of great cafes are also scattered throughout the Tamar Valley area and Dartmoor National Park.
The historic port city of Plymouth is not far away. You can spend some time exploring its rich maritime heritage, enjoy the open green space of Plymouth Hoe which overlooks the waterfront, or visit more modern attractions such as the Drakes Circus shopping centre or the National Marine Aquarium.
Endless country landscapes await you with plenty of opportunities to get active with bracing countryside hikes and scenic cycling trails. Dartmoor offers a huge range of trails, and just over 3 miles from the holiday park you’ll find Tamar Trails, compromising over 15 miles of dedicated mountain biking trails.