Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Liskeard, Cornwall
This is sparsely populated South East Cornwall. Botelet, between Herodsfoot and Couch’s Mill, forms a patchwork of ancient fields and a wet woodland, capped by the Neolithic Hill Fort of Bury Down. The farm, its buildings and tradition have slowly evolved and many historic farm practices have been kept alive for generations. Wild flower meadows are grazed by cattle and sheep.
People have stayed at Botelet since the original bed and breakfast in the 30’s, even slept in an old railway banana van in the 50’s. Today you can choose from a small selection of accommodation. Fend for yourselves behind 3’ stone walls in a farm cottage, sleep with nature in a Mongolian Yurt, camp in a wild flower meadow or take informal farmhouse bed and breakfast. Enjoy a non fussy healthy lifestyle amongst history art & natural beauty. Hanging lichen on the trees show the purity of the air. Mineral water is pumped from deep below the orchard.
Higher Trevartha Farm B&B
Nestling in a tranquil Cornish valley, amidst rolling hills and hedgerows abundant with primroses, foxgloves, campion and bluebells, is Higher Trevartha Farmhouse. This enchanting 17th century, Grade II listed farmhouse, has a wealth of olde-worlde charm, luxurious furnishings, a delightful walled cottage garden and a genuine warm and welcoming atmosphere created by your host Kathryn.
A selection of homemade cakes and a pot of tea awaits your arrival, for what we hope,will be a holiday to remember for many years to come.
The farmhouse has a choice of four bedrooms, including the romantic four poster room "Camel" and a cosy guests lounge to while away a relaxing evening with a good book, jigsaw or game or simply unwind and plan the day ahead. Guests visiting during the chillier months have the added bonus of relaxing by the traditional woodburner and savouring the delights of the log fire, whilst those wishing to share the magic of Christmas here at Trevartha, can also enjoy Kathryns beautiful handcrafted decorations and real traditional atmosphere.
For those of you who prefer to relax outdoors, our south facing garden with its gentle stream running through and landscaped pond, home to wild ducks and moorhens, is the ideal place to relax, catch the sun and simply watch the world go by.
With the long, warm Cornish summer evenings, our summerhouse, which retains the sun well into the evening, is a wonderful place to enjoy a glass of wine at the end of the day.
Higher Trevartha Farm B&B, Pengover, Liskeard. PL14 3NJ
Lampen Farm B&B
Situated in beautiful and peaceful surroundings on the edge of Bodmin Moor, Lampen is a delightful 16th century farmhouse offering spacious accommodation including lounge and garden for guest use.
The bedrooms are elegantly furnished, have en-suite shower rooms, colour television, hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities. All the rooms have lovely views overlooking the garden and surrounding countryside.
A traditional English breakfast is served in the dining room together with a selection of cerials, fruits etc.
Lampen Farm is only a few minutes walk from the picturesque village of St. Neot with its beautiful church noted for it's stained glass, most of which dates from the early 16th century. Situated in the centre of the village is a general store with sub-post office, a pretty tea-room and also a working studio pottery. The popular London Inn also has a well patronised restaurant.
Take a short walk to Carnglaze for a guided tour through the unique centuries old caverns created by local slate miners. See the famous subterranean lake with its crystal clear blue-green water or maybe visit the Holy Well which is an ancient site of historical interest.
Lampen is an excellent location for visiting the very popular and exciting Eden Project, the Lost Gardens of Heligan, the beautiful north and south coasts, the many National Trust properties plus of course spectacular Bodmin Moor.
Whether you stay is for just one night or for a more relaxing break, a warm welcome awaits you at Lampen Farm. We provide a courteous and attentive service ensuring your stay in Cornwall is a memorable one.
Lampen Farm, St Neot, Liskeard. PL14 6PB
Nebula Guest House
The Nebula is a modern and friendly home from homeGuesthouse in the quaint market town of Liskeard. A traditional English atmosphere will greet you in our grade II listed building. br / br / br / br / Relax by our old granite fireplace and have a drink from our residents licensed bar. Accommodation comprises of 5 large comfortable bedrooms with en-suite bath/shower rooms TV Hairdryer and tea and coffee facilities provided in the rooms. A large private car park to the rear of the Nebula Guest House is available for guests to use. br / br / br / br / Liskeard is ideal as a springboard to visit Cornwall. We are 5 minutes walking distance to the town centre of Liskeard where there is a choice of eating places and 15 minutes walk from the railway station. Places of interest are Minions and Cheesewring on Bodmin Moor Siblyback Lake Golitha Falls Looe Polperro Fowey the Eden Project the Lost Gardens of Heligan and the National Maritime Museum. There are plenty of coastal and moor walks to enjoy as well as many golf courses and a selection of sea and river cruises. Plymouth is 18 miles away and the north and south coast are within easy access. br / br / br / br / We endeavour to make your stay as enjoyable and relaxing as possible.
Come and stay with us in our 400 year old stone barn on the edge of Bodmin Moor near the village of Minions. Oak Barn was converted in 2003 to a contemporary open plan style to make the most of the light and space whilst retaining much of the character. It is named after the Darley Oak tree which is believed to be over 1000 years old and is situated opposite the front door. br / br / br / br / In December 2013 we installed solar panels onto our roof in order to reduce our carbon footprint. We recycle as much as we can and provide a separate bin in rooms to encourage our guests to sort their waste. We have now received a Green Acorn Award in recognition of our green policies. br / br / br / br / You will receive a warm and friendly welcome with complimentary tea/coffee and homemade cake on arrival. br / br / br / br / There are two rooms which are let as a suite There is one Kingsize room with its own en-suite shower room. There is another room which has been furnished as a private lounge for guest use only but can sleep a child or additional adult if required. br / br / br / br / Both the rooms have been decorated to a high standard to give a feeling of style and luxury living. Tea and coffee making facilities are provided. BT Infinity wireless internet access available on request. br / br / br / br / We endeavour where possible to source local Cornish products. Our sausages bacon and eggs come from a local farm and we make our own bread. Even our soaps and shower gels are Cornish and are 75% organic. br / br / There is an outdoor decked seating area for guest use which has rural views.
Set in the beautiful village of Braddock Owl Barn is a self catering 2 bedroom property which can sleep up to 4 Adults. Nestled in the flourishing heart of Cornwall area perfectly positioned to take full advantage of Cornwalls vibrant and thriving Beaches. Rooms are luxurious and perfectly located close to Looe. Owl Barn a self catering 2 bedroom property offering high standards to those looking to explore the Jurasic coastline of Cornwall. Sleeping up to 4 adults comfortably exposed beamsvaulted ceilings in both bedrooms. Master bedroom standard double 2nd bedroom 2 x 3 singles.cot available. The Bathroom has shower facilities and comes with basic amenities such as shower gel and towels. Guest will get access to a large open plan living space and decorated to a very high standard Free Wi-Fi is accessible throughout (coming soon) with everything you need for your stay. The spacious lounge offers all the comforts you need being a home away from home. All soft white linen supplied. fully fitted fitted kitchen diner with d/washer w/machine microwave f/freezer cooker/extractor. dining area large farmhouse table and chairs. lounge 2 large comfortable leather sofas flat screen tv and dvd wifi should be available very soon. Parking is convenient free and onsite. There is a large driveway which can be used to park 2 cars making it great for all the family. Guest will get access to garden where they can sit and relax or have breakfast. The downstairs of the house provides large communal areas for socialising in as well as a large conservatory at the back which leads into a secure garden. Large front garden with bbq with sheltered alfresco dining area. Well behaved dogs welcome swings on communal ground for children. close to all attractions Eden project 20 mins Fistral beach and watergate bay 25 mins Looe with its clean sandy beach(no dogs allowed) 15mins Polperro 10 mins.
The Threshing House
The Threshing House is a 400 year old converted barn. Items of old farm machinery are displayed complementing the solid stone walls and arrow slit windows. The house is set in an acre of land mostly grass on a gentle south facing slope. There is a vegetable garden providing fresh produce and a chicken run the source of our fresh eggs. From the bedroom windows and the garden the views are spectacular. Close by is Darley Farm and the former farm buildings all in the same beautiful granite stonework and the famous Darley Oak reputed to be over 1000 years old. Beyond are views of Bodmin Moor Cheesewring Caradon Hill and Kit Hill. In between are the gentle slopes of the Lynher Inny and Tamar Rivers with Dartmoor in the distance. br / br / Breakfast is served in the lounge/dining room where a woodburning stove will be lit on colder mornings. Breakfast is a full Cornish breakfast or Continental. Eggs are from our chickens local bacon and sausages and home-made preserves. br / br / br / br / Dogs are welcome to stay at The Threshing House by prior arrangement at no extra charge (dog sitting service available) br / br / The King ensuite bedroom can accommodate an extra bed and /or cot (see tariff) and a high chair is available. br / br / We aim to be environmentally friendly at The Threshing House by growing our own fruit and vegetables. Our chickens are ex battery birds enjoying a new lease of life. We run a towel and sheet re-use policy to save water and energy consumption and we recycle as much as possible. br / br / br / br / The Threshing House is just over 1 mile from Minions Cornwall s highest village the famous Cheesewring dramatic granite slabs and The Hurlers stone circles. The area is rich in mining history with chimneys engine houses and stone railway tracks still visible - a reminder of Cornwall s long mining tradition. The Threshing House is located in 3 designated areas - Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Area of Great Scientific Value and Area of Great Historic Value. So something for everyone!
Experience heaven on earth at our versatile serviced luxury accommodation with choices from bijou to big. The tranquil location with spectacular uninterrupted countryside views is the perfect holiday getaway for all the family. Arguably set in one of the most stunning locations in the area With spectacular views from all the rooms & no passing traffic noise or pollution just the occasional mooing of a cow. It s so peaceful.