Dartmoor Bed and Breakfast, Lustleigh

A warm welcome, from Martin and Caroline, awaits you at Bridge Park and a touch of luxury too. Our bed and breakfast is situated on the edge of the beautiful village of Lustleigh.  Relax in our newly-refurbished en suite bedroom  with a lounge area, enjoy the comforts of a super-king bed and a lovely bathroom with bath and separate waterfall shower, bathrobes and high quality toiletries.

You’ll enjoy feeling independent but pampered with the privacy of your own entrance and seating area in the garden, superb views, flat screen TV and free wifi. In order to keep our guests safe we’re offering a substantial and delicious continental breakfast.

We also have plenty of private, off- road parking and a garage for bikes or motorbikes if required.


Lustleigh is the ideal place to base yourself when visiting Dartmoor. We’re 10 minutes from the A38 but an oasis of calm amongst nature. Walks of all descriptions can be started from our house and encompass woodlands, rivers and continue out onto the moor. We’re also on National cycle route 28. It’s not just for the amazing walking and cycling that people come to Dartmoor. There are many other activities here in the National Park. Lustleigh is an excellent stop off point when travelling down to Cornwall, visiting the gorgeous south Devon coast or just enjoying the endless and varied attractions that Devon has to offer.

Bridge Park bed and breakfast is the perfect place to stay when visiting some of Dartmoor’s main events here during the summer. We don’t know yet, which of these events will be held this year but hopefully some will be. Visit the renowned Lustleigh Show  or the famous Widecombe Fair  which is only a short drive away. For music lovers, the amazing Chagstock Music Festival is not to be missed and is also very close by. If art and crafts is your thing, you will love the Craft Festival held each year in our neighbouring town of Bovey Tracey. One of the largest of its kind in the country, it’s a great day out.

As we have just one room and some people are allergic to animals, we regret that we can’t accommodate dogs or other pets.


“I have never before, in my long and eclectic career, been gifted with such an abundance of natural beauty as I experienced filming
War Horse on Dartmoor”

Steven Spielberg

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