Little Cotton Caravan Park
Little Cotton Caravan Park is a family run caravan park for families, located only a mile and a half from Dartmouth town centre, yet still surrounded by green fields.
An exceptionally well tended park with breathtaking views across the countryside towards Dartmoor makes Little Cotton an ideal spot to relax on a summers evening with a barbecue.
The park covers 7.5 acres of level and gently sloping ground, comprising of 2 open plan fields, with a centrally located toilet and shower block, a separate tent area and separate dog walking area.
Little Cotton is the ideal site for visiting the very picturesque town of Dartmouth with its winding streets, excellent family shopping and excellent pubs and restaurants.
Little Cotton has 95 touring caravan / motor home pitches, this includes 30 hard-standing pitches; plus additional tent pitches, all of which are level or gently sloping.
The site is kept in excellent condition throughout the season to make your stay as trouble-free and enjoyable as possible.
An additional feature of our site is the ability to be able to leave your vehicle parked on site and use the Park & Ride bus service into Dartmouth.
Customers are able to purchase bus only tickets from reception; at a reduced rate and use the bus for unlimited journeys on the day of purchase.
The Park & Ride site is adjacent to Little Cotton and access is via a sheltered gateway through the hedge; as shown.
Park facilities include a superb Award Winning Shower / Toilet complex comprising spacious showers and individual vanity cubicles as well as full baby changing facilities, disabled facilities, a dishwashing area with specially deep sinks, laundrette style washing machines, large tumble driers and an ironing board.
The park also boasts a well stocked self service shop selling;
* Caravan and Camping Equipment
* Beach Accessories
* Fresh Dairy Produce
* Fresh Bakery Produce ( High Season Only )
* Frozen Food
* Camping Gaz and Accessories
* Calor Gas (all sizes) and Accessories
* Freezer service for ice packs
Other park facilities include;
* Electric Hook-Ups
* Chemical Waste Points
* Public Telephone
* Battery Charging
* Park & Ride Next Door
* Hard-Standing Pitches Available
* Car Parking Next to Units
* Level & Gently Sloping Pitches
Dartmouth is renowned as a holiday centre and is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty with superb scenery, blue-flag beaches and the magnificent River Dart with the Paignton to Dartmouth Steam Railway running along the river bank.
A major tourist attraction to historic Dartmouth is the Britannia Royal Naval College situated on a hill above Coronation Park.
The Royal Avenue Gardens are a focal point of the town, holding Music Festivals, Fetes and other organised events during the summer.
At the head of Dart Estuary you'll find the magnificent defensive fortifications of Dartmouth Castle, an English Heritage site.
Foss Street is a pedestrianised precinct with many small specialist shops and cafes.
These continue across Duke Street into Anzac Street, towards St Saviour's church.
Just off Foss Street is the Old Market, an unusual building opened in 1828. Markets are held here on Fridays and Tuesdays. Shops in the Old Market are open all year and throughout the week.
The River Dart is one of the most spectacular estuaries in the British Isles, in terms of scenic beauty, natural wildlife and also historic interest.
RiverLink offer pleasure boat cruises on the River Dart or coastal cruises to Torbay or Salcombe.
RiverLink also offer a Round Robin experience. This is a unique circular tour offering sight-seeing trips by pleasure boat, steam railway, ferry and bus.
The area abounds with superb blue flag beaches, one of the very best being Blackpool Sands which is 3 miles down the coast. The water is clean and clear, with the beach being cleaned daily.
Water sport equipment is available to hire.
Slapton Sands, Salcombe and East Portlemouth are also close by.
Little Cotton is the ideal spot for exploring the beauty and history of the South Hams. The towns are steeped in history; you'll find shopping a refreshing experience; art and antiques to locally produced food and crafts.
The town of Totnes with its Castle and Elizabethan Market (every Tuesday in the summer) is half an hours drive away.
Kingsbridge, Salcombe and numerous coastal villages are all within easy reach.
For a taste of the more boisterous life the delights and attractions of Torbay are just up the coast.
Paignton and Torquay offer amusements and entertainment galore for all the family including theatre, shows and funfairs.
So you can choose between a leisurely stroll through the old town's narrow streets, shopping and browsing around the market, a trip on the river, a nostalgic ride into the past on a steam train, sampling the good country food in pubs and restaurants or just lazing the day away on the beach.
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This page was last updated: 29 July 2013