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Crow’s Nest, Darite

Darite, Liskeard, PL14 5JQ

Tel:- 01579 345930

The Crow’s Nest Inn is a beautiful 16th Century white washed building in the hamlet of Crow’s Nest. We are on the Eastern edge of Bodmin Moor, surrounded by old mine engine houses and ancient relics such as Trethevy Quoit, The Cheese Wring and the Hurlers. There are many lovely walks around the village and surrounding moorlands.

We have a large open fire burning throughout the winter months which is a welcome sight to many cold travellers. On sunny days, we have a lovely sun trap garden in front of the pub with lots of seating and shade if you require from umbrellas. We have a large car park and welcome both families and dogs. Horses are also welcome with their riders and we have tie up and step facilities at the side of the car park.

Jamaica Inn

Bolventor, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall, PL15 7TS

Tel:- 01566 86250

CORNWALL'S MOST FAMOUS SMUGGLING INN In 1750 it became a coaching Inn when coaches first started crossing the moor, linking the towns of Launceston and Bodmin. The Inn is exactly halfway and where horses were changed and weary passengers rested and they have been doing this for the 270 years since then. Its fame became worldwide when Daphne du Maurier wrote the best-selling novel ‘Jamaica Inn’ following her enforced stay in November 1930 in Bedroom 3 where she recovered from the ordeal of getting lost until late at night when out horse riding.

Whilst the character and charm of the old parts of the Inn - the olde worlde bars, some restaurant areas and the ‘old rooms’ 3 to 12 - have been carefully preserved, a recently built new wing now provides contrastingly modern bedrooms with breath-taking views over the moor. In total there are now 36 bedrooms and suites. The Inn also has a Smuggling Museum full of artefacts and where tales of Cornish smugglers, wreckers and villains are brought wonderfully to life in a short film. Its Daphne du Maurier Museum has many recently acquired exhibits including the original letters to Daphne and her husband from the Queen, Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Lord Mountbatten and others.

There is also now a Farm Shop stacked with local Cornish produce and a Gift Shop with over 5,000 items to choose from. The Inn is believed to be haunted and many strange sightings happen to this day - especially on the monthly Ghost Hunts if you are brave enough to come to one! Popular Murder Mystery evenings also take place monthly that add to the many things there are to do at Jamaica Inn.

The Inn is easily reached being by the A30 at Bolventor, midway between Launceston and Bodmin. It is also midway between the north and south coasts and near to the Cornwall and Devon border making it the perfect base to explore anywhere in either county and still be back in time for dinner.

Liskeard Tavern – Whitebread Inns

Liskeard Retail Park, Haviland Road, Liskeard, Cornwall, PL14 3FG

Tel:- 01579 341 752

Liskeard Tavern serves up delicious dishes full of seasonal flavour and a variety of drinks including local cask ales, and all of your bottled favourites. So, come along, make yourself at home, and let Ellen and the team look after you

The Manor House, Rilla Mill

Callington, PL17 7NT

Tel:- 01579 362354

Kim, Joss and our team welcome you to our charming village pub in Rilla Mill, near Callington, on the edge of the picturesque Bodmin Moor. A truly wonderful pub offering a warm and friendly welcome to all.

You can enjoy fabulous, home cooked food, which is lovingly prepared by our talented and experienced team of chefs, using only the freshest, West Country fayre and seasonal produce. Please note if you have any special requests or dietary needs just ask our chefs.

To compliment your dining experience, choose from our selection of fine wines or real ales and in the summer months dine al fresco in our beautiful beer garden and relax soaking up the sunshine. Dogs are allowed on leads.We also have a fabulous takeaway menu, including a takeaway beer option, if you do not wish to eat in.

The Hayloft, Menheniot

Lower Clicker Road, Menheniot, Liskeard, PL14 3PJ

Tel: - 01503 240241

Situated outside Menheniot just off the A38, in between Looe & Liskeard, Bodmin & Plymouth in the heart of South East Cornwall; our award-winning team source the freshest of local fish, meat & vegetables seasonally to serve you the best of homemade food with a smile. Families & dogs welcome

The Coddy Shack, Looe

Great Tree Farm, Looe,Cornwall, England,PL13 1NX

Tel:- 01503 263091

The Coddy Shack is whatever you want it to be. That could be a quick stop-off for fish and chips after a day on the beach, or sharing seafood with friends in our restaurant. Add to this a well-stocked bar and live music nights, and you can see how we cater for everyone (dogs included).

We’re the only fully licensed fish and chip restaurant and take-away in Looe. The Coddy Shack is in the pretty countryside just outside town, and we’re lucky to have a large car park for our customers.

The Racehorse Inn

Church View, North Hill, Launceston PL15 7PG

Tel:- 01566 782101

Whether a cider in the beer garden on a warm summer evening or a cosy Ale in front of the log burner on a windy winters day, the charm is always the same. Our restaurant serves good old favourites with some tasty surprises from our Chefs special menu.

All drinks and ingredients are locally sourced from some of the most reputable and traceable suppliers. Offering Bed and Breakfast accommodation with en suite facilities, our rooms are described as some of the most comfortable rooms to be found. Well behaved dogs welcome and also horses and riders. We will make sure you enjoy your stay! From the Howard's team at the Racehorse Inn.

The Market Inn

Well Lane, St Cleer, Liskeard PL14 5DG

Tel:- 01579 347978

This is a friendly traditional moorland village pub, built in 1860 as lodgings for miners. The light and airy bar has a separate area for euchre, darts and pool teams, also a restaurant area, and there is an outside patio with protected area for smokers.


The King Doniert, Barras Street, Liskeard, PL14 6AB

Tel:- 01579 342599

Liskeard is one of Cornwall’s oldest towns, claimed in ancient times to be the seat of King Doniert or Dungarth (also spelled Donyarth). The Doniert Stone, three miles to the north, commemorates the king, who drowned in around AD875. The historic monument is managed and protected by the Cornwall Heritage Trust, which describes Doniert as ‘the last-known independent king of Cornwall’, before the kingdom fell under Saxon control.


14 Dean St, Liskeard PL14 4AA

Tel:- 01579 344844

At Tapenades we offer a selection of Cornish fish, meat and vegetarian dishes from our a la carte menu which changes with each season.Sourcing local produce where possible and preparing each dish fresh allowing the opportunity for our guests to swap the appropriate courses around. Each booking has the luxury of taking their time as only one sitting is taken per night and booking is recommended.

Takeaways and Deliveries

Dominoes Pizza, The Parade, Liskeard, Pl14 6AF

Order on the app or 01579 348989

The Gurka Tandoori, 4 Pondbridge House, Liskeard, PL14 3AB


01579 343666

The Himlayan Spice, 4 Castle Street, Liskeard, PL14 3AU

Nepalese and Indian Restaurant and Takeaway

01579 208040

Order online at www.thehimalayanspice.com

Everest Tandoori, Webbs House, Liskeard, PL14 3HW

Bar and Restaurant, Nepalese and Indian Cusine

01579 342012/343013

New Lai Wan, 23 Church Street, Liskeard, PL14 3AG


01579 343277

Hot Wok, 2 Pondbridge Hill, Liskeard, PL14 3AB


01579 349422

Ian’s Plaice, 59 Higher Lux Street, Liskeard, PL14 3JY

Fish and Chips

01579 343113

Daddios Kebab and Pizza, 18 Pike Street, PL14 8JE

Kebabs and Pizzas

01579 344555