Bush Park How To Find Us

Bush Park is on the western edge of Dartmoor in Devon, England, next to The National Trust's White Lady Waterfall and Lydford Gorge.

If travelling in either direction on the A30, look out for the A386 turning to Tavistock. Take this and then turn off it into Lydford village. Continue through the village and past the castle & the main entrance to The National Trust's Lydford gorge.

One mile further on, soon after passing over the second of two disused railway bridges, you will reach the White Lady Waterfall entrance at the other entrance to Lydford Gorge. We are the first house on the right a few hundred metres up the hill after the car park.

From Tavistock town centre take the road from Bedford Square between the National Westminster and HSBC. Seven miles later you will be at our gate.

Bush Park is an ideal base from which to explore most of Devon and Cornwall (More Info). For walkers we are within 300m of the moor and the gorge.

For cyclists following the Dartmoor Way or the Coast to Coast Route 27, we have cycle storage, workshop facilities and a mechanic.

If you want to find us on the Ordnance Survey maps we are at grid ref. 497 833 on Landranger map 201 or named at the same reference on Explorer map 112. If exploring Dartmoor using the Outdoor Leisure Map 28 we are within 200 metres of the inn and car park shown at 502 832 on the left hand margin.

To see an on-line map there is a link in the text below. If not using broadband, the map takes a while to download so click on the link below to start it & a new window will appear in front. Click on the one behind to bring it back to the front while the map downloads. When you have finished reading the page, minimise it to reveal the completed map behind. Choose either this link to a map showing both Okehampton & Tavistock or this for a more detailed map. On either the red arrow points to Bush Park. Use the + and - signs below the map to view at different scales.

Alternatively try this link to an aerial photo that you can change to a map.

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