Welcome to 'Snuggler's Rest', our cosy and charming getaway in South Devon.
Our lovely south facing self-catering chalet is situated just a mile from the historic and attractive old naval town of Dartmouth, in the heart of the South Hams. Much of this area falls within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which includes some of the UK's best award-winning beaches. Our closest beach is the gorgeous Blackpool Sands, less than a 10 minute drive away. There is something for everybody in the area, whether you are a family with children, walkers exploring the area or a couple looking for a romantic break.
Located on Norton Park, a rural 22 acre site, it has great views from most directions, some looking towards the River Dart, others across rolling countryside. The site has lawns around the chalets with space for outdoor picnics and barbecues and is perfect for children to play safely away from any traffic. Close by is a large Sainsbury's, with a petrol station and cash point, and there is also a Lidl. A bus runs from the entrance of Norton Park to Dartmouth and Totnes every two hours. A Park & Ride facility to avoid congestion in Dartmouth operates throughout the summer months and is located next to the town's Leisure Centre and swimming baths about 1/4 of a mile from Norton Park.
Styled with an Ocean/Beech feel to a high standard, Snuggler's Rest is a warm and cosy home from home.
Each chalet on Norton Park has available parking for one car with ample additional parking available in the overflow car parks.
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Snuggler’s Rest has a no pets policy.
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How to get to Snuggler's Rest:
By Car - From the M5 at Exeter, follow signs for Plymouth (A38). At Buckfastleigh, follow the signs to Totnes (A384). Then follow signs to Dartmouth (A381). After reaching Halwell, turn left, following the signs to Dartmouth (A3122), you will pass the 'Sportsman's Arms' on your left and then Norton Park is one mile further on, on your left.
By Rail - Great Western run a service from London's Paddington station to Totnes. Virgin Trains also run frequent services to Totnes from most major UK train stations. From Totnes there are Buses to Dartmouth with a stop outside Norton Park or you can take a taxi.
By Coach - National Express operate coaches to Dartmouth throughout the year and several independents run services during the Summer season.