Chalet / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 5

Key Info
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • Pets welcome

This superb holiday home is one of the largest chalets at Norton park. Little Bridie is an ideal place to relax after a day's activity. Bedroom 1 enjoys an en-suite bathroom with shower, wash basin and toilet; the bedroom has a double bed with ample storage cupboards in the room. Bedroom 2 also with an en-suite bathroom with bath, shower, wash basin and toilet; the bedroom sleeps 3 has a single bed and a bunk bed. The property benefits from a bright sunny kitchen/diner, which is well equipped for your cooking needs. There is a comfortable lounge with a two seater and three seater sofa. Each room has an electric convector heater.

Outside is an enclosed outdoor patio area with table, chairs and garden bench for you to relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings.

A cot is not provided, please bring your own travel cot. Allocated parking for 2 cars. Pets accepted with prior consent. BED LINEN AND TOWELS ARE NOT PROVIDED ALTHOUGH THIS CAN BE ARRANGED AT AN ADDITIONAL COST.

Dartmouth is a beautiful historic harbour town with fascinating architecture, interesting and quirky shops, fabulous restaurants, cafes and pubs and the Flavel arts centre theatre. There are interesting galleries with local artists work and a castle close buy with a cafe overlooking the estuary and sea, while away the hours watching the sailing boats come in and out of Dartmouth. Why not take a guided tour by boat along the river Dart to Totnes and pass by many areas of interest including Agatha Christie's home. Or take a boat trip out to other coastal towns, such as Torquay (you may see dolphins and seals on your journey). Dartmouth is served by two ferries, upper and lower (car and foot passenger) to take you over to Kingswear, from where you can travel to Brixham, a lovely fishing harbour and town. Access coastal walks with secluded coves and sandy beaches. We provide some walking maps for residents use during your stay.

From the ferry at Kingswear why not take the Dartmouth steam railway, experience a fabulous journey, taking one of the steam locomotives on the one and only line linking Dartmouth to the English Riviera.

Spend the day exploring Torbay before making your return trip to Dartmouth, taking in some of the exceptional views of the Torbay coastline, the river Dart and surrounding areas.

Why not drive along the coast from Dartmouth taking in some truly breathtaking scenery; along the way are Devonshire villages, Slapton Sands, (used for military training during WW2) there is a nature reserve, restaurants and walks if you are feeling energetic to Beesands and Hallsands.

Further afield is Bigbury on Sea, with surf school and cafe it has a stunning sandy beach (one side is dog friendly) leading to Burgh Island which has a distinctive art deco hotel featured in some of the Piorot series. It also hosts the Pilchard Inn for refreshments and lunches before walking back to the mainland. There is a sea Tractor which can ferry you back and forth when the tide is in.

Why not take a look online for more information about the above suggestions.

Size Sleeps up to 5, 2 bedrooms
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 en suites
Will consider Long term lets (over 1 month)
Access Car advised
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player
General TV
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron
Utilities Cooker, Microwave, Fridge
Furniture Double Beds (1), Sofa Beds (1), Bunk Beds (1), Single Beds (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 4
Outdoors Balcony or terrace
Access Parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users
Further details indoors

Towels and bed linen are not provided.

Power Supply: An electric slot meter accepting £1 coins

is mounted in the utility cupboard located between the kitchen and bathroom 1.

The Devon region

Devon has such a diverse and beautiful natural environment combined with a mild climate that it's not hard to see why visitors return here year after year.

Two coastlines offer miles of sweeping golden beaches featuring some top surf spots and dramatic cliff-top walks, the Dartmoor and Exmoor National Parks provide perfect opportunities for getting active in wild, unspoilt open expanses and the quintessential rolling Devonshire countryside is an idyllic patchwork of fields, farms and overgrown hedgerows teeming with wildlife.

Charming towns, old villages and busy fishing harbours are just the thing for sampling a traditional British seaside holiday.

There are picturesque gardens, castles and stately homes to explore, and exciting cities mix great shopping with a fascinating past.


Dartmouth is truly a magical place - a wide variety of architectural styles. A town where history is alive, where shops are unique, charming, quirky and individual, where organic and local produce is proudly represented by a host of top quality restaurants and cafes, where a warm welcome is offered by those who will host your stay and a place where every pub holds out a hand of greeting. Dartmouth is a town where folk still take time to stand in the park and chat, sip a coffee on the sunny embankment or laze under the cherry trees and listen to music from the bandstand.