Our guide to Liskeard holiday cottages

With Bodmin Moor to its north and a setting at the head of the Looe Valley it goes without saying that Liskeard is gorgeous, and as it's also a traditional market town with a history that's visible throughout it's a fantastic destination for those keen to experience 'real Cornwall'.

The town hosts a livestock market on Tuesdays, and the restaurants and cafes that line its streets serve up the finest local produce they can get their hands on all year round. From the kind of hearty pub food you'll need after a long walk in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to more elegant restaurants perfect during a rural retreat for two, Liskeard has something to suit every taste.

The Plough

Set in a period building and surrounded by beautiful Cornish countryside, The Plough provides a wonderful place to stop and enjoy a scrumptious meal and local ale after a busy day exploring the local area. The pub has been beautifully refurbished in a charming, shabby-chic style, and once inside you’ll be warmly greeted by the friendly staff. You’ll be spoilt...

Carnglaze Caverns

Although South Cornwall has an abundance of beautiful natural spaces and attractions to visit, few are as intriguing and fascinating as Carnglaze Caverns. In this former slate mine you’ll be taken 150 metres into the hillside and 60 metres below ground where you can explore enchanting caves, learn how the mine worked and end up at a truly mesmerising underground...
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