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Just a few miles in the opposite direction brings you to the stunning beaches of the South East Cornwall coastline, and its beautiful towns and smuggling villages.


And right in the middle is Liskeard itself, a destination in its own right.


The bustling town offers a host of


excellent hotels, cafes and restaurants for refreshments and accommodation; a brilliant museum where one of the favourite exhibitions has focused on the toys of yesteryear; the historic Stuart House, which once sheltered King Charles I; and a fascinating range of shops which include antiques and curios, antiquarian and new books, superb Cornish-made arts and crafts, fantastic Cornish-produced food and much more.


Liskeard also has one end of one of Britain's most famous and best-loved rail lines, the Liskeard to Looe Branch line, winding its way through the scenic beauty of the Looe Valley to its seaside destination.


There is plenty of short-term car parking space available around the town centre.


The town is also on the main railway line, with the station being a few minutes’ walk.


NEW MENU COMING SOON Daddio’s Tel. 01579


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www.everestliskeard.co.uk EVERY SUNDAY


BOOKING AND ORDERING


3 course banquet night


£9.95 per person 4 days Sun to Weds


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Webbs House, Pike Street, Liskeard, Cornwall PL14 3HW


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Lunches 11am-2.30pm Tuesday - Saturday Evenings 5pm - 10pm Every day.


Book Your Table Now On: 01579 344555 18 Pike Street, Liskeard PL14 3JE


Email: daddiosliskeard@gmail.com Web: www.daddiosliskeard.co.uk White Horse Inn 01579 345024


SERVICING • REPAIRS • MOTs • WELDING TYRES • DIAGNOSTICS • BRAKES • CLUTCHES STEERING • SHOCK ABSORBERS • CAR SPARES & ACCESSORIES • AIR CON SERVICING


Barn Street Liskeard PL14 4BL


email: taylorsliskeard@supanet.com Car Wash Available 24 Hours


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A Family friendly pub serving traditional ‘pub grub’ all day. • Weekend entertainment


• Large sunny beer garden


01579 340395 The Parade, Liskeard


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For all your freshly prepared Pastries, Bread, Savouries and Cakes


Fresh pasties now available at lunchtimes at our bakery unit


Your favourite local bakers


Unit 2, Doublebois Industrial Estate PL14 6LE


The Parade, LISKEARD 01579 342159 16 Cornish Visitor Guide - Spring 2017


4 Pondbridge House, Pondbridge, Liskeard, Cornwall PL14 3AB. Next to Hot Wok Chinese


Opening Hours: 5.00pm - 11.00pm 7 Days a Week


(including Bank Holidays) FREE DELIVERY


01579 343666 / 07910 717552 www.gurkhatandooriliskeard.co.uk


within 2 mile radius on orders over £15 Over 2 miles £1.00 per mile


www.cornish-visitor.co.uk Liskeard to Looe branch line


A branch line from Liskeard runs down the picturesque Looe Valley to the seaside.


Liskeard has several churches with the large parish church of St Martin’s providing a prominent landmark in the town. The church was built in the 15th century on an original Norman site.


At the Foresters Hall there is a


tourist information office and an interesting local museum. Liskeard was granted its charter by Richard, Earl of Cornwall, the brother of Henry III in 1240.


Since then it has always been an important centre for agriculture and during the mining boom in Cornwall it was also a key player in that industry, being a ‘coinage’ town.


The


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