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Travel tips for Liskeard
True to its historic roots, Liskeard is the only place in Cornwall to still run a regular livestock market, and there's an agricultural show every year. You can wander through the streets, admiring some of the traditional Victorian shop fronts and even plan your trip in line with the annual summer carnival.
History buffs can spend days discovering all the beautiful old buildings and sights in and around the town. To name just a couple, St. Martins Church dates back to 15th century and is worth a visit, and the Grade II listed Stuart House is a lovely place to explore. This grand building is rumoured to have been built in the 16th century and is now the venue for arts and heritage events.
If you'd like to get out and about, there's no better way than on the historic Looe Valley Railway Line. It's a charming and memorable way to see the area. And among the top picks when it comes to countryside walks, go to Golitha Falls. It's a dramatic woodland gorge cut through by the River Fowey and it has some of the best, magical scenery in Cornwall.
Liskeard hotels and eateries
After a long day trekking in the countryside or wandering the town, there's nothing better than kicking back in a comfy hotel and grabbing a bite to eat in a relaxed setting. And Liskeard won't disappoint.
Popular Liskeard hotels include Pencubitt House, Sportsman Arms and the local Premier Inn, so there's something to suit everyone. And favourite restaurants with locals and tourists alike include Tapenades, serving English food, the charming Café Fleur and the traditional pub, The Crow's Nest Inn.
So for a relaxing break to remember, why not check out Liskeard.