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Postbridge, Postbridge, Dartmoor National Park, England
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All reviewscar parkworth a stopice creampost officethe main roadsunny daytourist info centrelovely place for a picnicpretty spotphoto opportunitycouple of hoursnarrow stonelovely locationshort walkbeautiful areafor saletoilet facilities
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Park your car take a picnic and chill by the stream and on a hot day take beach shoes and take a dip in the water you do need shoes of some kind beach shoes are best i think.You can get some great pictures here...More

Thank PlymouthAngela
Reviewed July 9, 2018

A delightful place on a sunny day. The clapper bridge is easy to cross, and it is very easy to gave a paddle in the river. Lovely!

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Reviewed July 8, 2018

Went there for the day with our family and young grandchildren. It was during the hot spell and it was lovely. The grandchildren paddled in the stream with their nets and buckets and had a great time. Lots of butterflies, dragon flies and ...… midges,...More

3  Thank SukayM
Reviewed June 27, 2018

We stopped off with my English Springer spaniels as part of our walking holiday over Dartmoor. There is a visitor centre public WC and small shop which appears to sell most things. There is a large carpark adjacent to the visitor centre which accommodates coaches....More

Thank John G
Reviewed June 20, 2018 via mobile

Park your car for free on the side of the road or pay to park in the visitors centre. Beautiful walk by the river. Fabulous view from the bridge. Lots of wild life & plants to see.

Thank louise u
Reviewed May 28, 2018 via mobile

Good place to stop with the kids. There were a lot wading and playing in the water (current, slippery - saw one fall and come up laughing) but not too deep and lots of families with parents around

Thank Ron C
Reviewed May 23, 2018

Definitely worth a visit if you're journeying around Dartmoor and are in the area. If there's any sun - any at all - there are likely to be other people here. I happened to visit on both a lovely sunny day and a cloudier day,...More

Thank TobyE23
Reviewed May 19, 2018

We are very big fans of Dartmoor and often chuck a picnic in the car and go exploring on a sunny weekend. We love the desolation and largely untouched nature of this ancient landscape. SatNav doesn't work terribly well and there are some very narrow...More

Thank Andrew T
Reviewed May 13, 2018

There's lots of nice places to sit by the river in Dartmoor and this is another one. Luckily it was a nice sunny day so we sat by the river and had an ice cream, which was much needed after a lovely walk around near...More

Thank sksnls
Reviewed April 6, 2018 via mobile

Visited here over Easter. The original bridge was built to enable horses to cross the river. The Bridge is a great feat of work. Opposite the Bridge is a post office which offers gifts and great ice cream.

Thank John W
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Response from Jeanwats0n | Reviewed this property |
Apparently there has been some form of bridge in place for aeons. I agree with the above comment.... probably 13th or 14th century for the stones there now. And some times the stones were washed away by bad storms and... More
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